Experience the thrill of standing atop Mount Rinjani’s highest peak and revel in the beauty of Lake Segara Anak by joining our 3-day, 2-night Rinjani Trekking Program. This adventure promises not only an exhilarating ascent but also the chance to immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes of this iconic Indonesian mountain


Rinjani Trekking

Rinjani Trekking Program Summit and Lake




3 Days



Group Size

4 Guest


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Start Trek From Sembalun Down to Senaru

Sembalun trek route offers grand views of the grass savanna over the eastern entrance Spectacular Sunset views of Lake Segara Anak within the volcano’s crater Best sunrise over the summit Unique Lake of Segara Anak and hot spring water Amazing view from crater RIM Senaru over Segara Anak view ( Sunset and Sunrise ) Incredible view of grand tropical forest and Gili’s


  1. Picturesque Grass Savanna: The journey begins with sweeping views of the lush grass savanna that sprawls across the eastern entrance. This unique landscape offers a striking contrast to the typical greenery found in other parts of the region.

  2. Spectacular Sunset at Lake Segara Anak: As the day draws to a close, you’ll be treated to a breathtaking spectacle – a sunset view of Lake Segara Anak, nestled within the volcanic crater. The interplay of colors and reflections on the tranquil waters creates a mesmerizing experience that you won’t soon forget.

  3. Unforgettable Sunrise from the Summit: The trek offers the opportunity to witness the best sunrise atop the summit of Mount Rinjani. As the first rays of sunlight gently illuminate the landscape, you’ll be rewarded with a panoramic vista that stretches as far as the eye can see.

  4. Unique Lake of Segara Anak and Hot Springs: Lake Segara Anak, surrounded by the volcano’s crater walls, provides a unique and serene setting. You can even indulge in the therapeutic hot spring waters found in the vicinity, making for a truly rejuvenating experience.

  5. Breathtaking Crater Rim Views: From the crater rim in Senaru, you’ll be treated to unparalleled views of Segara Anak. This includes both the captivating sunsets and sunrises, each painting the sky with vibrant colors, creating a visual masterpiece.

  6. Incredible Tropical Forest and Gili Islands: The trek also takes you through the grandeur of tropical forests, with lush greenery and diverse flora and fauna. Additionally, you’ll have the opportunity to gaze upon the stunning Gili Islands, a group of paradise isles, adding to the enchantment of the journey.

Savana Sembalun


Price Included

  • Pick up and transfers
  • Night accommodation in Senaru before the trek,
  • Trekking guide Porters
  • Food and drinking,
  • Tent, toilet tent, sleeping bags, and mattress
  • The entrance fee for the national park is IDR 450,000/trekker/trip ( IDR150,000/person/day )
  • First aid kits
  • Inbound travel insurance
  • Luggage storage available at Green Rinjani office

Price Excluded

  • Price excluding:

    • Head lamp /hand torch
    • Small bag pack/daily pack
    • Trekking shoes
    • Trekking jacket
    • Ticket airplane
    • Extra porter for own luggage
    • Long pants/trousers
    • Tips for guides and porters

Prepare your self before doing Rinjani Trekking

Preparing for a Rinjani trekking adventure requires careful planning and attention to detail to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Here’s a list of essential preparations:

  1. Physical Fitness: Ensure you are in good physical condition. Rinjani can be physically demanding, so it’s essential to be physically fit. Regular cardiovascular exercise and strength training will help prepare your body for the trek.

  2. Booking a Trekking Package: Choose a reputable trekking company that offers guided tours, porters, and necessary equipment. Booking in advance is crucial, especially during peak trekking seasons.

  3. Permits and Entrance Fees: Check and arrange for the required permits and entrance fees. You’ll need to pay an entrance fee to the Rinjani National Park.

  4. Travel Insurance: Purchase comprehensive travel insurance that covers trekking, including high-altitude trekking. This should include medical coverage and evacuation in case of emergencies.

  5. Vaccinations and Health Precautions: Consult your doctor for necessary vaccinations and medications. Be prepared for altitude sickness, motion sickness, and common ailments such as colds.

  6. Packing Essentials: Pack appropriate clothing for both warm and cold conditions, including moisture-wicking base layers, insulating layers, a waterproof jacket, comfortable trekking pants, and sturdy hiking boots. Don’t forget a wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen.

  7. Sleeping Gear: You’ll need a sleeping bag suitable for cold weather conditions. Most tour companies provide sleeping bags, but it’s a good idea to bring your own if you have one.

  8. Backpack: A comfortable and adjustable backpack is essential. Ensure it’s large enough to carry your essentials, but not too bulky. A rain cover for your backpack is also a good idea.

  9. Hydration and Nutrition: Bring a reusable water bottle and purification tablets or a filter. Pack high-energy snacks like energy bars, nuts, and dried fruits. The tour company will provide meals, but it’s wise to have extra snacks.

  10. Toiletries and Personal Items: Bring toiletries, including soap, a toothbrush, and toothpaste. Biodegradable soap is recommended to minimize environmental impact. Don’t forget essentials like wet wipes and toilet paper.

  11. First Aid Kit: Assemble a basic first aid kit with essentials like bandages, antiseptic wipes, pain relievers, and any personal medications you may need.

  12. Headlamp/Flashlight: A good quality headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries is essential, especially for early morning summit hikes.

  13. Cash: Carry enough local currency (Indonesian Rupiah) for any additional expenses, tips, or unforeseen circumstances.

  14. Cash Tips: It’s customary to tip your guides and porters. Prepare some cash for this purpose.

  15. Travel Documents: Ensure you have all your travel documents, including your passport, trekking permits, and any required visas.

  16. Map and Compass/GPS: While guides are essential, having a basic understanding of your trekking route can be useful. Carry a map and a compass or GPS device.

  17. Communication: While mobile phone coverage can be limited in some areas, it’s a good idea to carry a charged phone for emergencies.

  18. Environmental Responsibility: Practice Leave No Trace principles. Respect the environment and local customs, and be mindful of your impact on the ecosystem.

Remember that Rinjani trekking can be physically challenging, so it’s essential to prepare both physically and mentally. Following these preparations will help ensure a safe and enjoyable adventure in this stunning natural environment.

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