Mount Rinjani Trekking belongs to a volcano that is still active in Indonesia although classified as an active volcano but there are many tourists who climb this mountain every year especially towards the middle of the year. Climbing to the top of Rinjani can not use any mode of transportation so that every climber is required to walk through the posts that have been determined. Climbers will begin soon when they have registered at the entrance of Gunung Rinjani National Park (TNGR). There are several climbing routes that can be chosen by the climbers according to taste, if tourists want a little relax can choose the path Sembalun and if tourists want to feel the challenge then they can choose the Senaru route.
Whichever path any climmer chooses, climbers will still need to be careful along the way as each path has its own terrain and characteristics. Actually the biggest problem facing the tourists is a matter of time and cost to be incurred. Therefore you must be careful in choosing travel packages, available some travel packages that can be selected the climbers ranging from the fastest time 2 days 1 night, 3 days 2 nights and the longest time up to 5 days 4 nights. If you want to enjoy all the natural atmosphere that is there including the lake Segara Anak then you are encouraged to choose the longest travel package or at least take the package 3 days 2 nights.
But the longer the trip you spend the more logistics supplies you have to carry. But you do not have to worry because in climbing Mount Rinjani available porter service that will help you bring the necessary items during the climb. The best time to climb Mount Rinjani is from June to August as the sunny and summer weather will support you during the journey to get the best views. In addition there are also many communities, students and other tourists from various circles who make the climb in August to celebrate the independence day of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia which falls on August 17th.