17th Aug 2014

Fact About Mount Rinjani National Park – Lombok Island

At 3,726 m, Rinjani is the second highest volcano in Indonesia, second only to Mount Kerinci on Sumatra, and it dominates the landscape of the relatively small island of Lombok....

17th Aug 2014

What You Might See in The Rinjani National Park

Gunung Rinjani National Park lies within the major transition zone(Wallaceae) where the flora and fauna of South East Asia makes a dramatic transition into that which is typical of Australasia....

17th Jul 2014

Trekking to Mount Rinjani National Park – Lombok Island

This is a very active volcano. Always be aware of the current assessment of eruptive activity. Sources worth keeping an eye on include local media and The Smithsonian Institute’s weekly...

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