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Trekking Mount Rinjani Summit, Lake And Hot Spring

Rim,Summit,Lake,Hot spring
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Duration

4Days-3Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

15 people

Languages

English

Overview

Mount Rinjani Trekking Package 4 days 3 night if you wish to spend more time in the mountains with your friends after the summit.You would like to swim in the lake or soak in the hot spring at your own leisure.There are less budget or time constraints for your trip.

Highlights

  • Explore the gorgeous Sembalun Crater Rim
  • Trek through scenic trails to the summit of Mount Rinjani
  • Visit the Segara Anak Lake & indulge in lakeside activities
  • Marvel at the stunning views of Gunung Baru, Mount Agung & Gili Islands

Bulk discount (by percent)

Bulk discount adult
# Discount group From adult To adult Value
1 Group 5 adult 5 5
2 Group 10 adult 10 10
Bulk discount children
# Discount group From adult To adult Value
1 Group 5 adult 5 5

Itinerary

DAY 1
DAY 1

Senaru village (601M) – Sembalun village (1100M) – Sembalun crater rim (2639M)

After an early breakfast we depart Senaru and travel by 4WD vehicle to Sembalun. We register at the Rinjani Trekking Information in Sembalun (1,156 m) before commencing our trek. The trail initially passes through undulating open grasslands as it winds up the mountain. We stop at Pos 1 and Pos 2, pausing for rest breaks and snacks. At Pos 3 (1,800 m) we stop for a longer break for lunch. After lunch we commence the steep climb up the crater rim. We camp the night at Sembalun Crater Rim (2,639 m) with amazing views of the sunset, Lake Segara Anak, the summit of Mount Rinjani and northern Lombok.

DAY 2
DAY 2

Sembalun crater rim(2639M)-Summit(3726M)- Segara anak lake and hot spring (2000M)

We wake at 3am for a light breakfast before commencing the challenging three hour trek to the summit (3,726 m). We arrive in time for sunrise, the best time to enjoy the spectacular views. Returning to our campsite on the crater rim we pause for a hot breakfast and a rest before continuing our descent into the crater. We stop for lunch on the shore of Lake Segara Anak (2,000 m) and set up camp. The afternoon can be spent swimming in the hot springs, fishing, exploring the lakeshore or simply relaxing.

DAY 3
DAY 3

Rinjani trek, Segara anak lake and hot spring (2000M) – Senaru crater rim (2641M)

After breakfast we continue our trek around the shore of Lake Segara Anak before commencing our climb out of the crater. The trail is steep and rocky and passes through dense forest. At the Senaru Crater Rim (2,641 m) we pause for lunch and a rest. The crater rim offers views across the lake back toward the summit and a good vantage point of Gunung Baru, the small volcanic cone within the crater of Mount Rinjani. Mount Agung in Bali and the Gili Islands can also be seen from here. We can camp here for the night, or if the wind is cold and we still feel energetic we can continue down the mountain and spend the night at a more sheltered campsite in the forest.

DAY 4
DAY 4

Rinjani trek, Senaru crater rim (2641M) – senaru village (601M)

After breakfast we continue our descent of the mountain, utilising the rest spots of Pos 3, Pos 2 and Pos 1 and stopping for a longer break for lunch along the way. As we descend the mountain the forest becomes thicker and increasingly lush. We arrive in Senaru (601 m) at approximately 1 pm, from where you will be transported to your next destination.

Included/Excluded

  • Pick up before and transfers after the trek.
  • A night accommodation in Senaru before the trek
  • Trekking guide and porters who will carry the cooking gear and camping equipment
  • An experienced English speaking guide and professional porters
  • Entrance fee to the national park
  • Food and drinking water on the trek (3 litre mineral water a day/person)
  • Tent, toilet tent and paper, sleeping bags and mattress, pillow
  • Head lamp/hand torch
  • Small bag/daily pack
  • Trekking shoes, rainjacket, long pants, gloves
  • Airline ticket
  • Extra porter for own luggage
  • Tips for guide and porters

Durations

4Days-3Nights

Tour's Location

Rim,Summit,Lake,Hot spring

FAQs

WHAT IS THE DIFFICULTY LEVEL OF THE TREK?
Climbing Rinjani is tough; but anyone in reasonable shape should be able to manage. Porters will be provided throughout the climb but you are expected to carry your own personal daypack of less than 8 kilograms. Normal trekking throughout except for some scrambling towards the summit. No rock climbing or technical climbing skills are needed. Summit sunrise climb is entirely optional, climbers who would like to conserve their energy instead could choose to have a longer rest and wait for their teammates at the crater rim..
WHEN IS THE BEST SEASON FOR TREKKING MOUNT RINJANI?
Any time during the dry months from April to November. The mountain is closed for hiking during the rainy season from December to March.
HOW LONG IS THE TREK AND HOW MANY HOURS DO WE TREK EACH DAYS?
The typical route which covers the crater rims, summit and lake takes 3D2N to cover. The trekking durations are: Day 01 ~ 8 hrs; Day 02 ~ 11 hrs; Day 03 ~ 10 hrs. (Timings are estimated and depends on the individual trekker’s physical stamina and conditions
WHEN IS THE SUMMIT DAY AND HOW IS IT LIKE?
The summit day is on Day 02 of the trek. You will wake up around 2-3am for the summit climb. It takes about 3-4 hrs to reach the summit (for sunrise if you can reach on time) and another 3 hours to descend back to the camp site. If you do not wish to attempt the summit climb, you may stay at the camp site to wait for the summiteers to return.
WHAT IS THE TEMPERATURE LIKE IN THE MOUNTAINS?
The temperature in the day is around 15 – 25 degree Celsius at and below the rims. At night, the temperature at the Rim is usually below 10 degree Celsius. At times, it can be near freezing especially towards the summit.
WHAT CLOTHES SHOULD L WEAR FOR THE TREK?
A quick dry synthetic material shirt (can be either short or long sleeve) as the base layer, a good quality fleece jacket/woollen pull-over as the middle later and a thick wind proof jacket as the outer layer. A waterproof and windproof trekking pants is desirable and a pair of woollen gloves, beanie and scarf for additional cold protection.
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