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RINJANI TREK FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION'S

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What time is the trek start?

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What time is the pick up time if I stay in Senggigi or Mataram area?

3. Where can I leave my extra luggage during the trek programme?
4. I am coming from Singapore by Silk Air, arrival time is late, which programme should I take as I need 1 night accommodation before I started the trek?
5. What is Volcanology Trek?
6. How many guide and porter prepared for each programme?
7. Where can I get the update information on weather condition of Rinjani national park?
8. Are we traveling in a big group sharing or individual group?
9. Do the guide and porters speaks English?
10. When is the peak season of the climb and when is the time when it is not possible to do the trek?

Q: What time is the trek start?

A: As early as possible. The weather and views are better in the morning. Usually before 10:00AM

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Q: What time is the pick up time if I stay in Senggigi or Mataram area?

A: Pick up point at the hotel's lobby is at 06:00AM, anywhere in Senggigi or Mataram. For those who stay in Gili Islands, the pick up point would be at Bangsal Harbor at 07:00, please arrange yourself boat transport from the Gilis to the harbor.

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Q: Where can I leave my extra luggage during the trek programme?

A: You can leave them in our office or in our base in Senaru. You can have all your lugage back after the trek ends. The Car who pick you up will come with all your belongings.

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Q: I am coming from Singapore by Silk Air, arrival time is late, which programme should I take as I need 1 night accommodation before I started the trek?

A: You can take the 5D/4N Lake and Summit 1 or Lake and Summit 2. This package includes 1 night accommodation at 3-4 stars hotel in Senggigi area.

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Q: What is Volcanology Trek?

A: Volcanology Trek is our new product which separate from other trek package. This programme visiting the Gunung Baru (baby volcano) and started from different trek trail (Torean). This trek designed for those who have advanced experiences. Not recommended for beginners. 

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Q: How many guide and porter prepared for each programme?

A: For participant/s of 2 persons, we provide 1 mountain guide + 2 porters. Guests only carry their personal daypack. The rest of equipment, logistics and tools are carried by our porters. If needed under circumstances, we can provide extra porters with extra cost of US $ 20/day.

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Q: Where can I get the update information on weather condition of Rinjani national park?

A: You can get the most update weather conditions for Mt. Rinjani at our website: http://www.lombok-rinjanitrek.com/dailyweatherforecast.htm. We have been keep in touch with our base in Senaru to get updated with the current information up in the mountain.

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Q: Are we traveling in a big group sharing or individual group?

A: Upon request, you can be handled separately from our groups that departing on the same date. If you travel in family group, or just among friends or colleagues we can adjust our programme to meet your needs.

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Q: Do the guide and porters speaks English?

A: Yes, all our mountain guide and porters speak English.

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Q: When is the peak season of the climb and when is the time when it is not possible to do the trek?

A: Peak Season of the climbing is June, July and August. The lowest season is mid-January to February due to the heavy rain. Due to the tropical climate that Lombok has, almost all year round it is possible to do trek unless the activity of the volcano raised. Usually we will get an official fax notification from the Meteorology & Geofisika Department and National Park Management about the current activity of the volcano.

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Lombok Intro
Monday, July 24 2006

LOMBOK  is a series of small islands in the Indonesian archipelago. It stretches for some 5000 km between Malaysia and Australia. Lombok spans 90 km from North to South and 80 km from East to West. Although this beautiful area is not as well-known as its' popular neighbor, Bali, it boasts untouched, pristine beaches, a bigger Volcano and a huge variety of different landscapes and sceneries...........

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Rinjani Stories
Monday, July 24 2006

At 3.726 m, Mt. Rinjani is the second highest Volcanic peak in Indonesia and is a part of celebrate "Ring of Fire". Forested slopes rising directly from the sea create their own weather pattern and act is the main water-catchments for the island of Lombok. Gunung Rinjani National Park lies within a major bio-geographical transition zone (Wallaceae), where the flora and fauna of South East Asia ................

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Senaru & Beyond
Monday, July 24 2006

The village of Senaru, an easy 2.5 hours drives from Mataram or Senggigi, is the main access to the national park. As a non trekking destination it is also popular a cool, flower filled mountain village stretching along a hill side spur above Bayan. Senaru has range of accommodations in simple home stays (Losmen), and a number of cafes serving delicious local specialties..................

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Rinjani Trek Information's
Monday, July 24 2006

The Rinjani trek is a challenging mountain walk and you must be prepared with good equipment, warm and windproof clothing. Rinjani can attract severe storms, lightening and strong winds. When the weather is settled, the sun is intense and the nights frosty. Parts of the trail are steep and slippery. Beware of bad weather and risks of exposure to the wet and cold (hypothermia)..................

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GIli Islands
Monday, July 24 2006

Around the three Gili Islands in the North-West of Lombok (Gili Air, Gili Meno, Gili Trawangan) are more than 15 different dive spots and there are new reefs being explored all the time. Some of our spots are more suitable for advanced divers, but many are also suitable for beginners.  Our experienced dive masters will always find the right spot for you........................... ...........................................................

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Scuba Diving
Monday, July 24 2006

Did you know that 25 percent of all reefs are in Indonesia? With over 3,500 species living in the Indonesian underwater world, we have one of the richest diversities of marine life in the Indo-Pacific region. In comparison, the Great Barrier Reef has just 1,500 species and the Red Sea has only 600 species. Our drop-offs, plateaus and slopes reflect a good cross-section of what Indonesia has to offer............

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Cultural Tips
Monday, July 24 2006

The Rinjani trek is a challenging mountain walk and you must be prepared with good equipment, warm and windproof clothing. Rinjani can attract severe storms, lightening and strong winds, but when the weather is settled, the sun is intense and the nights frosty. Visitors are attracted to the stunning view, panorama and wildlife. Our trek programmes are sets to minimize the impact on the environment,..............

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Villages & Watefall
Monday, July 24 2006

The village of Senaru is the main entrance to Gunung Rinjani National Park, the most popular start point for the trek to Indonesia’s second highest peak (3,726 m). Within the spectacular crater, the lake Segara Anak is the destination of  many pilgrims who place offerings in the water and bathe away disease in the nearby hot springs. The cool, flower – filled mountain village of Senaru on the slopes of Mt. Rinjani..............

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John's Adventures - Trekking Specialist

Senaru - Lombok - Indonesia (83354)

Mobile : +62 81 757 88 018

E-mail : johnrinjanimaster@gmail.com

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