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Tourists Admiring the View on the Trek Up Mount Rinjani, Lombok, Indonesia. After 6 hours walking uphill through jungle scenery, the views over the slopes of Mount Rinjani are a welcome sight. Mount Rinjani, (Gunung Rinjani in Indonesian) is an active volcano on Lombok island, Indonesia. Its summit of 3726m, makes it Indonesia's second highest volcano and provides impressive views over the entirety of the island of Lombok, and as far as to the west a Mount Agung and Mount Batur volcano on Bali, and as far the east as the island of Sumbawa. The trek to the 3726m summit of Mount RInjani volcano takes three days, and generally starts at Sembalun and ends at Senaru.
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Tourists Admiring the View on the Trek Up Mount Rinjani, Lombok, Indonesia. After 6 hours walking uphill through jungle scenery, the views over the slopes of Mount Rinjani are a welcome sight. Mount Rinjani, (Gunung Rinjani in Indonesian) is an active volcano on Lombok island, Indonesia. Its summit of 3726m, makes it Indonesia's second highest volcano and provides impressive views over the entirety of the island of Lombok, and as far as to the west a Mount Agung and Mount Batur volcano on...
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