06 Days Mt Rinjani Trek (3726m)

Apr - Dec

Meals during trek

 

6 Days Mt Rinjani Trek

The trek up Mt Rinjani is not to be taken lightly; it’s the third highest mountain in Indonesia standing at around 4,000 meters and takes a full day to reach the rim of the Crater Lake just below the summit. Lenticular clouds hang over Rinjani, shaped as a flying saucer they form in really high wind speeds above peaks and create a spectacular drape on the mean volcano. Mount Rinjani was created from a volcano, the crater being filled by a lake which has bred it’s own mini baby volcano, only 10 years old.

This trip will bring you to the beach at Sengigi to stay in the hotel before embarking a 4D3N trek to the top of Rinjani. The mountains are populated with packs of apes so climber should be cautious.

It is recommended that all climbers should have themselves medically checked before attempting any mountain climb. If you have a history of suffering from the following ailments, it is highly recommend that you should refrain from climbing: Hypertension, Diabetes, Palpitation, Arthritis, Heart disease, severe anemia, Peptic ulcers, Epileptic fits, Obesity (overweight), Chronic asthma, Muscular cramps, Hepatitis (jaundice); or any other disease which may hamper the climber.

Grade: Strenuous

Opens only: April- December

 

 

Day 1  Arrival Lombok. Transfer to Senggigi. Overnight Choice of Hotel

Day 2  Senggigi – Sembalun Village – Crater Rim II (2900m, trek 6-8 hrs). Overnight tent (BLD)

Day 3  Crater Rim II – Summit (3726m) – Crater Rim II – Lake (2000m, 6-8 hrs) Overnight tent (BLD)

Day 4  Lake – Crater Rim I (2600m, 2-3 hrs) Overnight tent (BLD)

Day 5  Crater Rim I – Senaru – Senggigi. Overnight Choice of Hotel (BL)

Day 6  Transfer to airport (B)

 

6-Day Mt Rinjani  

Tour Code: AINDO-RIN_06 (4D3N summit trek)

Itinerary subject to changes

Day 1   Lombok (Senggigi) – Hotel
Arrive in Lombok and transfer to hotel in Senggigi.

Day 2   Crater RIM II– 2900m – Camp (BLD)
After early breakfast, transfer to Sembalun village. Start trek to Crater Rim II (about 6-8 hours), through pristine rainforest, with tremendous opportunities for viewing wildlife.

Day 3   Summit – Lake (2000m) Camp (BLD)
0300   Summit hike over several ridges for 3 hours
0700   Descend to campsite for breakfast before continue to lake for lunch and enjoying the spectacular panorama.

Day 4   Crater Rim (Plawangan) (2600m) – Camp (BLD)
Relax in the nearby hotspring then sauna before explore Steaming Milk Cave. Head up to the volcano rim of Senaru where sunset view is magnificent.

Day 5   Senaru – Senggigi – Kuta Hotel (BL)
Enjoy sunrise then trek back to Senaru Village.
1200   Arrive village and drive to Senggigi to collect your luggage before continue drive to Kuta
1700   Check in Novotel Hotel and rest

Day 6   Depart Lombok (B)
Rest & relax before transfer to airport for flight home

LAND Price per person in SGD

(Price valid from 01 April 2017 – 31 Dec 2017)

Tour Code: AINDO-RIN_06

HotelSGL2-5 pax6-9 pax10 pax or more
MascotADD $ 100$ 488$ 458$ 438
SantosaADD $ 150$ 548$ 508$ 498
SheratonADD $ 250$ 678$ 638$ 628

Price is subjected to changes without prior notice

Airfare:  From $380 by SilkAir (Singapore – Lombok – Singapore)


LAND Price includes

  • Private group
  • Pick Up / Transfer service from / to Airport
  • All Transfer in Lombok as the program
  • 2 nights at Choice of hotel in Sengigi
  • Experience and license local guide and Porter “Educated from search and rescue”
  • Educational & good cook & porter
  • All camping equipment (big Lafuma tent 210cm x 210cm, Warm sleeping bag, 6cm sponge mattress, pillow, camping chair, cooking gear, toilet tent) & camping table for size more than 4 pax
  • Meals during trek (Indonesian & Western food) with fruits & snacks and drink (Aqua water, coffee, tea, milk)
  • Accident Donation
  • Briefing prior departure
  • 15% for gears from X-Boundaries

Price excludes

  • All airfares, Airport taxes and fuel surcharge
  • Gunung Rinjani National Park Entrance fee (IDR 150,000- / pax) – price subject to changes
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Tips to porters, guides
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Personal Climbing gears
  • Personal porter (Rp 150000 per day per porter, max 20kg + transfer RP50,000)
  • Travel Insurance (Compulsory)
  • Other tours not mentioned

 

 

Meals during trek

 

  • Fruits : Apple, orange, banana, pineapple
  • Drink : Drinking water, Pulpy Orange, Soft Drink, hot milk, coffee, tea and cereal.
  • Snack : Wafer, biscuit, Tim Tam, Gabin.
  • Corn flake + Milk before your summit hike
  • Breakfast: Toast + scrambles Egg + sosis, Pancake, Egg sandwich, Fried Banana, Fruits Salad
  • Lunch : Beef Sandwich + fried potatoes, Spaghetti, Soup or fried noodle + boiled egg, Fruits Salad
  • Dinner :  Steam Rice with chicken Curry, Rice with Gado – Gado + Tofu + Boiled Egg + boiled potatoes, Rice with vegetable + mushroom soup + Fried Chicken, Steam rice with Cap Cay + Fried Chicken and Eggs, Fruits salad

Guest’s reviews

Getting to the top is the best moment of the trip! And the last 400m to the top is the moment we least enjoyed. A  Fulfilling trip. This is nothing to do with X-trekkers but the amount of litter on the mountain was a disgrace and completely at odds with the natural beauty of the place. The Indonesian Park authority should provide adequate facilities to allow porters and guides to dispose of litter properly.

Alpa was excellent. she set my expectations appropriately and answered all my questions…

John Thomson (3-7 July 2014)

While there was hiccups in the arrangement on the ground in Rinjani, I am nevertheless very pleased with the customer service and support rendered. The due diligence put in to resolve the issue and rectify it cements my faith in this company and I will definitely come back to this company for future trek arrangements. Many thanks to Ms Alpa for the excellent service rendered despite calling from a different country and late at night to resolve the issues. I am grateful.

Tackling Rinjani requires many hours of training, and proper planning. It is advisable to utilize the porters instead of carrying your own kit/gear. Lest one suffers from massive cramps and aches which will plague the overall progress of the journey.

Rinjani is relatively dangerous, with the summit bid being the one to watch out for. The rumors hold true that with every 3 steps you take, you slide back 2. One key issue with Rinjani is never to rush through it as the trails are relatively precarious. An issue people may face is with the guide as they tend to simply lead the way ahead and wait, and not point out the pitfalls or potential danger zones of the area, so it is wise to be cautious.

Getting back to the foot of the mountain in one piece is the best moment of the trip. Rinjani is relatively dangerous, on hindsight it would’ve been wise to utilize porters to carry our packs. We personally felt it would’ve been a better achievement to have carry our own gear, and it was a bad decision, as carrying 14 kilos up sure did wear us out pretty fast. Nevertheless it was a humbling but empowering experience!

Moment least enjoyed: Carrying my 14kg pack up a hill and realizing that there is yet another one, and another, and another, and another. Mental note to pack lighter in future.

The logistics was planned out very well, except for the slight miscommunication on the ground in Rinjani with the local trekking company. The issue was resolved very smoothly and efficiently in spite of the regional difference and late night. Many kudos to Ms Alpa for the excellent service!

The service rendered and support in spite of being overseas is EXCELLENT. I would highly recommend this company. In fact I’d expect to arrange more trips with you guys in the near future.

Joshua Lim (2-9 Nov 13)