Pergasingan Hill Sembalun 2 Days 1Night

Pergasingan Hill Sembalun 2 Days
Hiking and trekking two days-one night, incredible experience over Pergasingan Hill Sembalun, bamboo garden, traditional house of Sembalun, Gunung Selong and end in Sembalun village east Lombok.

Itinerary Hiking Pergasingan Hill Sembalun:
Arrival day : Pick You up at your arrival in Lombok Island, then transfer to Sembalun drive 2-3 hours by private car. Check in Hotel in Sembalun, then meet your guide to get briefing about your trip and walk to Sembalun Village to see Weaver making hand weaving and climb Gunung Selong for warming up then back to Hotel and time for your own leisure.

Day 1. We welcome you to join our two–day stroll through the rice fields, to talk with the ranchers and delight in the landscape from the high slope called Pergasingan.

The perspective from 637 m over the towns and fields of Sembalun Lawang and Sembalun Bumbung is of the superb display of the old caldera of Mt. Rinjani.

Hiking and camping Pergasingan hill Sembalun 2 days 1 night
The project for the walk incorporates; a clarification of the neighborhood tree species that develop at different elevations and how these are utilized by the nearby individuals for customary solutions, likewise how we can aid the neighborhood preservation gather by planting a few trees and types of orchids.

We visit the area where, as indicated by legend, it was utilized by the lord to play diversions of turning tops. Your aide and watchmen will demonstrate to us generally accepted methods to play the turning top. The overnight camp territory is called Urat Batua where quite a while prior the villagers used to supplicate before beginning to chase wild deer.

A profound pioneer will supplicate and offer endowments to all the parts of the gathering before the watchmen and aide introduce the tents. This is an extraordinary spot to watch the nightfall and day break likewise see the summit inclines of Mt Rinjani and inaccessible heap of Agung on Bali.

After dim we see the lights of Sembelia town and the far off port town of Labuhan Lombok. After supper we are entertained by our aide or doormen playing a resonant woodwind other than appreciating the ethereal tropical night sky from around 1,773 m above ocean level.

Make sure you bring your camera – the views are spectacular!

Day 2. After breakfast trek down through the downpour woodland to Karya sub-town, the town of Sajang for around 3 hours then see seven wells (Sumur Tujuh), go into the woods again to notice the Black Monkey (Ebony Leaf Monkey) other than heard the uproarious of a mixed bag of winged creatures furthermore different vegetation incorporates the plant for pharmaceutical for neighborhood individuals. Lunch in the backwoods and after that the walk proceeds for around 1.5 hours to the waterfall where, as indicated by legend, the lord used to bathe his stallions. There will be time to investigate and appreciate the stay at the waterfall.

On the route back stroll through the group’s arrangement, the aide will clarify their traditions and customs of town life and how they help their day by day work by developing espresso, chocolate and vanilla and, contingent upon the season, you will have the chance to work along them. At that point a simple stroll to investigate the foothills of the well of lava, Gunung (Mt) Rinjani where the group have their fields that are still cultivated generally as their precursors did.

Pergasingan Hill Sembalun Hike Price includes :
– Guide and Porter
– Camping equipment ( tent, sleeping bag, matrass, toilet tent ).
– 3 meals a day during the trekking day.
– Transport pick up and return.
– Visit waterfall Sendang Gile on arrival day
– Accommodation 1 night before the trek in Senaru.
– Drink and fruits.

For more information Pergasingan Hill Sembalun tour package and price please contact us via email

Mount Tambora Trekking 8 Days

Tambora Trekking 8 Days
Tambora Trekking and Tour Sumbawa island 8 days 7 nights trip
Mount Tambora trekking is an active stratovolcano located on the island of Sumbawa, Indonesia. The mountain is located in the two districts, namely Dompu (mostly feet south to the west side of the sea, and the Bima district (south side of the slope to the northwest, and the feet to the east side of the peak to the north), West Nusa Tenggara Province.
Green Rinjani Trekking organize Mount Tambora Trekking and explore Moyo Island, Satonda Island and Sumbawa for 8 days and can be modified to suit your needs.


Arrival Day:
We will pick you up at the Airport or anywhere on the island of Lombok with our personal vehicles, travel about 2 hours to reach the hotel in Sembalun. Then talk about your Tambora trek program to Mount Tambora Sumbawa and the price you pay here for all the programs to Tambora Sumbawa. Overnight at Hotel in Senaru village

Day 1 Tambora Trek:
Mount Tambora trekking program begin from Senaru village to the port of Labuan Lombok, travel by private vehicle about 2 hours. Then by ship to the island of Sumbawa, approximately 2 hours drive to the island of Sumbawa in Poto Tanu. Of Poto Tanu then proceed to travel to Sumbawa Besar City approximately 2 hours and stay at Hotel Kencana Sumbawa Besar.

Day 2 Tambora Trek:
At 8 am in the morning we will go to the Moyo Island with a 1.5 hour boat trip on the sea and the island of Moyo go to the waterfall and see the natural beauty of the island of Moyo. After lunch we proceed to Satonda Island for 2 hours to see Danau Satonda ( Lake ) then to calabai by boat about 2 hours of sea travel. Of calabai continue the journey by private vehicle to the Pancasila Village.
Pancasila Village is located at the feet of Mount Tambora. This hamlet is a small village quite crowded. Its inhabitants are mostly farmers and Farmers Rice Coffee. Dinner and spend the night here in tents.

Day 3 Tambora Trek:
After breakfast at we started the Mount Tambora trekking to posts 3 which will takes about 6 hours. After an hour walk, we will begin the walk in forests. and continues to the post 2 normal walk within 2 hours from this place, through the rise with a slope length being on a ridge of the hill until the passing lane down to Pos 2. This place is located on the edge of the river that flows, and the rest here for lunch.
Having finished lunch and adequate rest to the next trip Post 3 passed up and down the path to forest type open, reeds and shrubs. The path of the open and in the middle of the trip to post 3, we can see the area of the crater rim of Mount Tambora in the distance. After a 3 hour walk we arrived at Post 3 which is a very public place and in this place there is a water source and stay over night here in the tent.

Day 4 Tambora Trek:
After a cup of coffee or hot tea with toast at 02.00 am in the morning start the Tambora trekking program bring enough supplies while other equipment left in post 3. must be careful because in addition to the path climbs too much through the roots of plants growing brambles along the path post 3 to 5. we past post 4 within 2 hours from post 3, trekking up continue to post 5 and short break for 2nd breakfast with some biscuits, coffee or tea here. after breakfast continue to trekking up to Tambora summit with a very open terrain and begin to climb in the hardened sand, 1.5 hours we will reach the top of Tambora 2,850 m above sea level.
Having An hour in the peak Tambora enjoy the view and take pictures, the crater of Mount Tambora is famous all over the world due to the crater of Mount Tambora eruption formed a very wide with a circumference of 30 km, diameter of 7 km and a depth of 1.2 km, and is also the craters widest, and deepest in the world, a trip back down to the post 3 continued overnight in post 3.

Day 5 Tambora Trek:
8.00 am we walk down for 5 hours to Pancasila Village , from here to Kadindi by Car about an hour and spend night at Hotel Wisma Kadindi.

Day 6 Tambora Trek:
After breakfast at the hotel proceed to travel in Bima town, travel about 6 hours by private vehicle. In the Bima city we are going to Bima Traditional Houses and Museum Bima. Then stay at Hotel Lambitu Bima.

Day 7 Tambora Trek:
For those of you who want to continue the journey to the island of Komodo, Flores island or want to return by plane then our trip ends here. For those of you who will return to Lombok we continue the journey to the Port of Poto Tanu with private vehicles continued to ride a ship to Labuan Lombok. Then a trip to the hotel and stay over night here.

Day 8 Tambora Trek:
Having finished breakfast we will take you to your next destination on Lombok island with a private vehicle and Tambora trekking program we ended up here. Thank you for your confidence in us as a guide and make your travel organizer on Lombok and Sumbawa. Thanks and have a nice holiday for you.


PRICE LIST  Tambora Trekking 8 Days



4\6 PAX USD $527 PER PAX

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– Hotel in Lombok and Sumbawa Island
– Private car on Lombok and Sumbawa Island
– Boat on the Tambora Trekking program
– Porter and guide
– Entrance ticket
– Equipment (tent, sleeping bag, toilet tent, pillow, cook gear, mattress and emergency lamp),
– Food and beverages full board on the trip (Indonesian foods), Mineral water 3 liter a day per person

– Flight ticket international and domestic
– Tips and personal expenses

What you need to bring for Tambora trek program?
– Trekking shoes
– walking shoes
– Raincoat
– Trek poles
– Clothes easy to dry when it wet (top and trouser for walking),
– Personal medicine
– Snack or personal food for nibble
– Camera or documentation stuff
– Head lamp

Mount Rinjani

Mount Rinjani in Lombok is the second highest volcano in Indonesia right after Mount Kerinci in Sumatra and one of the most popular trekking spots in Indonesia. For inexperienced trekkers, the hike will come as a surprise, with uneven terrain and steep inclines. Even experienced hikers have said the hike was challenging. To begin the journey, a 1,500-metre climb across 8 kilometres will be a great warm-up. With little trail maintenance, this makes the walk slippery, steep and hard to grip. Prepare to push yourself to the limit and endure the struggle, as the views from the summit will be worth it. After you have overcome the first day, the second day brings an early start to watch the sunrise. Another 1,000-metre of elevation on a narrow trail is to come, all to reward you with the finish line! Bring your warm clothes as the height brings chilly temperatures, dropping all the way down to freezing. One of the best rewards is being able to swim in Lake Segara Anak, showcasing views across the island as its backdrop. The incredible blue colour of the water will keep you in awe. The lake is a mix of four natural hot springs with a natural waterfall falling into the lake. Stretching out over 11 kilometres and reaching up to 230 metres in depth. Many travellers climb Mount Rinjani purely to experience these “healing waters”. Once you have reached the top and rejoiced, the descent is just as steep and can be quite harsh on your knees and hamstrings.

If you are still convinced and fearless, the next thing to know is that there are two entrances to Rinjani National Park. One from Sembalun and the other from Senaru. Longer hikes will start in one village and take you to the other.

Will I need to train for the hike?

While the hike across Mount Rinjani is tough, if you are fit, then you will not need to train for the hike specifically. However, if you have not exercised for months, then preparing for the hike might be a good idea. With treks stretching out for 6 to 8 hours and an intense incline, it will be a rewarding challenge.

What about the time of year?

Timing is also essential when it comes to hiking Mount Rinjani. Organise your trip over the dry season from April to November, as when the rainy season begins the trails close. Hiking up the mountain can only be completed with a local guide, and many tours also offer porters to carry certain items. You will still be required to carry your own daypack with your personal belongings.

If you are ready for the adventure, then begin by planning your holiday around this incredible hike. Ask yourself: are you prepared to endure steep and challenging heights? The reward of swimming in Lake Segara Anak—azure hot springs overlooking the island

Lake Segara Anak

The walk up Mount Rinjani will take you past the scenic crater lake Segara Anak (Lake Segara). Formed in 1257, this blue lake is made up of volcanic water with hot thermal pools sitting within it. To reach the lake, you’ll need to join in on one of the many hiking tours up to Mount Rinjani, with an accompanying guide.

Lake Segara sits cradled between the rugged peaks like a refreshing retreat tucked away from the elements. This crescent-shaped lake is set 600 metres below the crater rim of Mount Rinjani.

The hike up to the lake takes about two days and one night, and it will bring you past a diverse range of landscapes; from lush rainforest to rocky terrains and dare dropping cliffs. Waterfalls run directly from Segara Anak, and there are four natural hot springs within the lake. These healing properties are enough to encourage locals to climb up the mountain solely to experience these waters. While high altitude brings colder temperatures, the lake’s water isn’t as cold as expected. The water temperature sits at between 20 to 22 degrees Celsius, which is much higher than the mountain’s average of 14 to 15 degrees. Researchers have found the warmer temperatures are linked to leaks from the magma chamber seeping into the water of Segara Anak. The water is composed of sulphate, potassium, chloride and sodium, which is then thinned by rainwater entering the lake.

Each year, the Balinese visit Segara Anak, which is considered to be a very spiritual place and a ceremony is performed.

Rinjani Volcano Eruption

2015 Eruption
Rinjani volcano on Lombok, Indonesia erupted on 25th October 2015. The eruption occurred at Barujari cone. Ash emissions reached an altitude of 10,000 ft and extended 40 nautical miles southwest of the volcano. The alert status at Rinjani volcano has been increased to level 2 (waspada). A 3-km radius exclusion was placed around the Rinjani caldera.

2013 Closure to Climbers
Rinjani volcano, was declared closed to climbers for 3 months from 10 Jan 10 to 31 March due to bad weather. Heavy rain had made the track dangerous for trekkers. Closing the volcano to visitors was also designed to let the ecosystem recover.

2009 Eruption
An increase in seismic activity was reported at Rinjani volcano in Indonesia on 2nd May 2009. There were three explosion earthquakes, and a white plume was emitted 1000 m above the eruption point. The alert level at the volcano was raised from Normal (Level I) to Waspada (Level II). The summit was closed to climbers. Residents were warned of possible lahars. On 4th May 2009 ash emissions rose 700 m above the cone. During June 2009 ash emissions reach a height of 3 km above sea level and drifted 55 km from the volcano.

2004 Eruption
Hikers were banned from climbing Mount Rinjani in October 2004 after the volcano after renewed volcanic activity. The volcano is a popular destination for mountain climbers from all over the world. Despite the warning for the hikers, it was not necessary to evacuate villagers living near the volcano. Between 1-5 October eruptions ejected ash columns 800 m above the summit.

1994 Eruption
On 3rd June 1994, Barujari cone erupted and sent ash 500 m high. Between 3rd and 10th June, up to 172 explosions were be heard each day from Sembalun Lawang volcano observatory, located 15 km NE of the volcano. On 3rd November 1994, a cold lahar from the summit area of Rinjani Volcano travelled down the Kokok Jenggak River. Thirty people from the village of Aikmel who were collecting water from the river were killed.

1944 Eruption
A lave dome formed in the crater lake at Rinjani volcano in the second half of 1944. Two islets appeared above the lake surface in its northeastern part, where formerly a depth of 160 meters had been measured.

Great 1257 Eruption of Samalas volcano
Ice core samples of sulphate and tephra recorded an eruption of Samalas volcano between May and October 1257 AD. The eruption produced the largest release of sulphur to the stratosphere in the past 7000 years. This was one of the largest holocene eruptions with 40 cubic km of dense rock equivalent erupted.