Rinjani Trekking Package – LTA Tours Lombok

Rinjani Trekking Package, Your travel guide to explore mount Rinjani Lombok plus Inbound travel insurance

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There over 20 villages surrounding Mt. Rinjani and there are many routes up the mountain, but the main access is from Senaru in the north and Sembalun Lawang to the east. The challenging three-day Rinjani Trek route from Senaru to the crater rim (Plawangan), down to the stunning crater lake then on to Sembalun Lawang, is considered one of the best treks in South East Asia. Those heading for the summit usually prefer to start in Sembalun Lawang. A model for ecotourism in Indonesia, the community-based activities are focused on the Rinjani Trek Centre in Senaru, the most popular starting point for the tough trek.

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Trekking via Senaru route

Rinjani volcano on the island of Lombok rises to 3,726 metres (12,224 ft), second in height among Indonesian, attracting thousand of trekkers and climbers annually. The Rinjani caldera forming eruption is thought to have occurred in the 13th century. Eruption rate, eruption sites, eruption type and magma composition have changed during the last 10,000 years before the caldera forming eruption. The eruptions of 1994 and 1995 have presented at Gunung Baru (or ‘New Mountain’ – approximately 2300 meter above sea level) in the center of this caldera and lava flows from subsequent eruptions have entered the lake. This cone has since been renamed Gunung Barujari (or ‘Gunung Baru Jari’ in Indonesia).

Trekking from Sembalun Route

The first historical eruption occurred in September 1847. The most recent eruption of Mount Rinjani was in May 2010 and the most recent significant eruptions occurred during a spate of activity from 1994 to 1995 which resulted in the further development of Gunung Barujari. Historical eruptions at Rinjani dating back to 1847 have been restricted to Barujari cone and the Rombongan dome (in 1944) and consist of moderate explosive activity and occasional lava flows that have entered Segara Anak lake.

What you might see around Rinjani mountain.

Gunung Rinjani surrounded over than 20 villagers and there are many trails to go up the mountain. But there are only two main access to go up to National Park Gunung Rinjani as the legal entrance gate, Senaru Village and Sembalun Lawang Village.

Gunun 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. The Park has a rich variety of plants and animals, although they can be hard to spot due to the terrain and rainforest cover.
Sometimes seen early in the mornings is the rare black Ebony leaf monkey, known locally as Lutung.

The Long tailed grey macaque or Kera is common in Lombok and older males are seen on the crater rim. Rusa deer are forest dwellers and are occasionally seen along the Rinjani trek trail. The smaller Barking deer or Kijang has an alarm call with a distinct dog-like bark. Look for the disturbed ground where the Wild pig or Babi hutan has been foraging. Also found in the forest is the Leopard cat or Bodok alas, Palm civet or Ujat and Porcupine or Landak.

A variety of colorful birds live in the forests of the Park. Perhaps the best-known icon of the Park is the Sulfur, Crested Cockatoo that is not found any further west of Lombok. Many of the forest-dwelling animals, insects, birds, civets and monkeys owe their survival to the wild fig tree or Beringin as a provider of food and shelter. The pine-like Casuarina species, Cemara, are a feature of the grassy higher slopes. Orchids or Anggrek are also a feature of the grassland areas, as is Edelweiss or Bunga Abadi growing above the tree line; it is a beautiful icon of the Park and one of our best-known sub-alpine plants.

Caves

One of the three famous caves (Goa Susu, Goa Payung, dan Goa Manik), Susu Cave is a good place for self reflection and is often used as a place to meditate. The people with unclean and envious mind will have difficulty entering Susu cave which has a narrow entrance, but people with noble and pure mind will easily enter the cave.
Inside the cave water drips from the tip of a stone which looks like a nipple, so people say the water in Goa Susu tastes different. Inside Goa Susu is hot and there is a lot of smoke which looks like cooking steam so people call this Mengukus (hot house) and sometimes people call it Rontgen (X-Ray).

Healing Hot Springs
Aiq Kalak means hot water and it is used to cure various diseases. One of the hot springs is named Pangkereman Jembangan which is meant a place for dipping. The water which spurts out of the spring is very hot. Weapons such as keris, swords, big knives, and lances are dipped in the spring to test their magic power. If the weapon become sticky it means that the weapon is bad and has no magical power. However if the weapon remain unchanged it means that the weapon has supernatural power and the power and the strength will be increased.

People also use the hot spring to make medicine from coconut cream. After dipping a bottle of coconut cream in the hot spring if the liquid becomes clear oily it can be used as medicinal oil. Then the medicinal oil is used for good things and is called Siu Satus Tunggal or in Bayan language Siu Satunggal which means that it can be used to cure a thousand kinds of disease.

Segara Anak Crater Lake

Segara Anak Lake is so wide it appears like the sea with its blue water. The name Segara Anak means child of the sea.
Segara Anak Lake holds various mysteries and invisible power.

People feel content to stay a long time in this place because of the large community of mysterious spirits which live around the lake. The local people believe that if the lake looks wide when seen at a distance it is a sign they will live to an old age; or if the lake seems narrow it is a sign of a short age. So in order not to be pessimistic, people quickly purify themselves by lifting up their spirits and calm soul and look at the lake contentedly.
In the area of the lake it is forbidden to have sexual intercourse, to complain or say dirty things. We must be patient when facing problems.

Local Strawberry
This plant grows along the route to Mt. Rinjani. It has thorns like the rose and the fruit is red like strawberry. It has a sweet and slightly sour taste and is good to eat when trekkers are hungry and thirsty.

Eternal Flower or Edelweiss

The plant or the flowers should not be taken because it grows in the park and in the mysterious world of the spirit kingdom. In the past, someone who wanted this flower must be brave enough to fight and gamble his soul. That is why the flower is called Sandar Nyawa. The flower has never wilted and is as old as the mysterious spirits.

The Peak of Rinjani

The people of Lombok believe that the peak of Mt. Rinjani is where Dewi Anjani, the queen spirit and ruler of Mt. Rinjani lives. To the south-east from the peak in a sea of dust called Segara Muncar is the invisible palace of the queen Dewi Anjani and her followers. They are good spirits. According to a story about the Queen Spirit Dewi Anjani she was the daughter of a King who would not allow her to marry her boyfriend. At a spring called Mandala she disappeared and changed from the real world to the spirit world.

Mount Baru Jari (Gunung Baru)
Gunung Baru is the name of the new volcano which emerged in the center of Segara Anak Lake. People believe that Gunung Baru is the navel of Mt. Rinjani. That is why if Gunung Baru erupted it will not harm the people of Lombok unless the eruption is from the peak of Mt. Rinjani. Some people said that the 1994 Gunung Baru eruption was caused by siprits who were building something because the stones that erupted were arranged in an orderly and attractive way at the foot of Gunung Baru.

RINJANI MULANG PAKELEM CEREMONY

THE annual Hindu ceremony of Mulang Pekelem, a heritage event in Lombok that dates from the 18th century invasion and subsequent settlement of the island by Balinese from the kingdom of Karangasem, always attracts hundreds of celebrants.

Mulang Pekelem is a ceremony in which prayers and offerings are made for the safety and prosperity of the people. It dates from a time shortly after the Hindu settlement in west Lombok in which the population was afflicted by prolonged drought and an epidemic.

According to tradition, the king had an apocalyptic vision and instituted a series of ceremonies in which gifts of gold, silver and copper, in the shape of fish and prawns, were offered to the gods at the lake, one of Indonesian Hinduism’s most sacred places, before each rainy season (December to March). The offerings and prayers request peace and prosperity for all.

This year’s ceremony attracted followers from Bali and Java as well as Lombok.

Booking Mount Rinjani Trekking:

Book your trip to Mt. Rinjani through licensed Rinjani trek organizer or travel agency, its more safe and you will get more maximal service with the money that you spend for it as they expecting any recommendation and good feedback from you. If you buy the trip from street vendor which is offering you cheap price they will give you minimal service too and there is no where you can address your complaining. Most of them are unlicensed too.

“You will get what you pay”

Booking with us at www.triund-trek.com, is licensed travel agent include trek organizer. Send your email of the inquiries to info@triund-trek.com and you will get response within 24 hours. We also can tailor made of customize package trip include accommodation on Lombok island.

Rinjani Trekking Map

The most familiar entrance trekking route up to Gunung Rinjani (Mount Rinjani) is start from Sembalun Lawang Village and finish at Senaru Village or visitor also can decide to start different direction, start from Senaru Village and finish at Sembalun Lawang Village. Both of the these starting point is legal entrance gate for trekkers who would like to do trip to mount Rinjani. If any other visitor trek up through other gate would considered as illegal visitor

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Daily Transfer Fare

We are provide all
transfer service from airport to hotel in Senggigi, Mataram,
Bangsal harbour and Senaru. From Lombok harbour to tourist
destination in West Nusa Tenggara with private car.

How to book?
Send Us your arrival details such arrival date, flight no,
name, pick up area and destination.


No


Pick up area


Destination


Type of
Transportation


Rate / Pax (
USD )

1.

Lombok Airport
( BIL )

Senggigi

Private car

USD$ 25 ( min 2
pax )

2.

Lombok Airport
( BIL )

Mataram

Private car

USD$ 25 ( min 2
pax )

3.

Lombok Airport
( BIL )

Sekotong

Private car

USD$ 25 ( min 2
pax )

4.

Lombok Airport
( BIL )

Bangsal / T.
Nare

Private car

USD$ 35 ( min 2
pax )

5.

Lombok Airport
( BIL )

Senaru

Private car

USD$ 45 ( min 2
pax )

6.

Lombok Airport
( BIL )

Gili Trawangan
/ Meno/ Air

Private car,
speed boat

USD$ 55 ( min 2
pax )

7.

Lombok Airport
( BIL )

Gili Nanggu

Private car,
boat

USD$ 45 ( min 2
pax )

8.

Lembar Harbor

Senggigi /
Mataram

Private car

USD$ 25 ( min 2
pax )

9.

Lembar Harbor

Bangsal / T.
Nare

Private car

USD$ 35 ( min 2
pax )

10.

Lembar Harbor

Senaru

Private car

USD$ 45 ( min 2
pax )


Note:

– This price valid till
March 2014.

How to book?

Please feel free to
email us to
info@triund-trek.com
(
Name, Pick up area, destination, arrival date )

Getting Lombok island

Lombok Island is easy access either by public ferry, fast boat from Padang Bai Bali to Gili Trawangan and Lombok or by flight. Most of domestic airline fly into and out Lombok daily.

International flight, Silk Air fly out and into Lombok 3 in one week.

Air Plane

The most convenient and fastest way to reach Lombok is by air plane direct to Selaparang Airport (AMI) in Lombok. From Bali to Lombok (direct) takes approx 25 minutes, Jakarta to Lombok (direct) approx 2 hours, Surabaya (East Java) to Lombok approx 1 hour, and from Singapore to Lombok (direct) approx 2,5 hours.
Direct flight from and to Singapore three flights a week with Silk Air which makes it easy to combine a Lombok get away with a journey through other areas in Asia.

Flight Information/ Departure and Arrival Timetable

Fast boat

An alternative way to reach Lombok Island is by Fast Boat from Bali, The are numerous fast boats operated between Bali and Gili islands, Lombok, such , Blue Water Express, Gili Cat, Sea Marlin, Eka Jaya and Gili-gili.

These fast boats are faster than the ferry but more expensive.

The Blue Water Express depart daily from Serangan Harbor, near Kuta Bali direct to Teluk Nare and Gili Trawangan of Lombok, while Gili Cat, Sea Marlin, Gili Gili and Eka Jaya depart from Padang Bai.

Fast Boat Schedule, Rate and Reservation

Public FERRY

Large ferries carrying passengers, goods and vehicles operate daily between Padangbai (near Candi Dasa in Bali) and Lembar Harbour. These ferries are quite basic and slow, taking between 4-5 hours for the crossing. While they are cheap, it can cost quite a bit extra to get to Padangbai so its worth comparing all alternatives.
If you travel on a budget, public ferry is the alternative mode of transportation to reach Lombok. It departs from Padang Bai (East Bali) to Lembar (West Lombok). Ferry service departing every 2 hours, operating 24 hours.

Travel tips and useful information

TRAVEL TIPS & USEFUL INFORMATION

Lombok and Bali offers travelers of all ages numerous and various leisure activities to enjoy. There are variety of hotels, resorts and villas to choose from.

FOOD & BEVERAGES

Peel the fruit before eating; avoid raw vegetables except at reputable restaurants. Ice in restaurants is safe. Drink always from bottled water and eat well done cooking food, unless when eating at recommended restaurants/cafes or hotel’s outlet.

SHOPPING

Street or beach vendors are often pushing too hard on selling and most visitors feel inconvenient. Never try to look at any of their item/s even they might be interesting to you, even this could be fun for those who want to learn about bargaining tactic. For most visitors this is hassling.

HEALTH

Protect yourself from the intense equatorial sun. Use sun block and hat.
Sexually transmitted diseases are increasing in Indonesia. Local sex workers have multiple partners from all over the world. Act responsibly and use condoms, available over the counter at pharmacies.

BOOK IN ADVANCED

Due to the limited number of flights to Lombok, during the peak season we highly recommend you to make flight booking far in advanced. Don’t forget to ask your local tour operator to re-confirm your ticket minimum 24 hours in advanced to ensure yourself to get seats.

RAMADHAN (FASTING) BREAK

Most tourist facilities in Lombok (Gili Islands & Senggigi) remain open during Ramadhan. Local Restaurants might close in residential area in Mataram or Cakranegara to respect the majority of Moesleem Fasting. Tourist are suggested to eat and drinks in hotel’s or resort’s area.

CUSTOM REGULATIONS

You must have at least 6 (six) months validity of passport to enter Indonesia.

Visa On Arrival (VOA) can be obtain at the International Airports in major cities of Indonesia.

According to customs regulations, one adult is allowed to bring into Indonesia a maximum of one liter of alcoholic beverages, 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 1000 grams of tobacco, and reasonable amount of perfume.

Photographic, video and filming equipment radios, typewriters, and cars are admitted provide they are recorded in your passport on entry and taken out of the country on departure.

Narcotic, firearm and ammunition, TV set, and Chinese medicine are strictly prohibited. Fresh fruit, plants and animals must be passed by Quarantine Office.

LAND TRANSFERS AND SIGHTSEEING

Visitor can explore the tiny island by using various kind of transportation such as: Chartered/Car Hire, Taxi, Bus, Bemo/Angkot (local’s public transportation) and Motorcycle.

Public Transportation or known locally as “Bemo OR Angkot”, a non-AC minivan are available in major town with quite inexpensive price. They take and drop off local passenger and often load over capacity, without travel insurance coverage. For those who prefer to travel more privately, car-hire option or charter or motorbike rental may be the choice. The prices, however, do not always included insurance. And they vary depending upon the type of vehicle and the duration of hiring. Petrol pomp and service stations are available at every large town. In emergency there are always road side kiosks fuels out of drums at a bit dearer price.

If you rent a car (self drive), you may find the rental fare are much more expensive than in Bali because of limited car available on Lombok. While driving yourself, please take out most care since the traffic rules may be some what different from those observed in your country. Indonesian and any other Asian Countries uses “right side steering system”
An international drivers license is required, but one can apply for temporary permit in Lombok and go for test driver in tourist driving license office in Jalan Langko Mataram Lombok.

It is compulsory to wear a crash helmet while you ere on the road on a motorbike. Helmets are available at motorbike hire outlets. Small horse drawn carts called Cidomo serve as convenient transportation during off hours and off the beaten track.

Things to consider in selecting accommodation for a family group are:

Location

Try to choose a location that is popular and close to family oriented attractions i.e. near the beach, shops, restaurants and amusements.

Facilities

Make sure your accommodation choice is suitable for kids, it has a children’s pool, connecting doors, play ground etc. Some venues are unsuitable for family groups.

Transport

When you travel with a family, it will be much more convenient if you use private transport. Check with your travel agent venue if they provide private transport as part of the holiday package.

Pricing
Does your accommodation choice offer discounts for children under a certain age?

Activities

Just about every attraction are children friendly – which makes Lombok and Bali are ideal destination for parents as well; from surf, sand and beach activities; cultural activities such as dancing, temple visits, and traditional local’s life style experiences; adventure activities such as rafting, cycling, bungee jumping and elephant rides; and theme parks such as Bali Bird Park, Water boom, Butterfly Park, etc.

TRAVELING WITH BABY/INFANTS

Traveling with babies can be a surprisingly delightful experience, as long as our fulfillment of their basic needs is kept pretty much on schedule… their schedule.

Babies aren’t as fragile as parents sometimes fear. It’s most likely that your baby enjoys the trip. Babies often find flying soothing and usually fall asleep listening to the hum of the engines, which by the way, disguises the sound of a baby crying very well.

By three months your baby is a pretty good candidate for flying. It isn’t a good idea to bring your baby for air travel before this age. In the first week, the baby’s heart and respiratory systems couldn’t cope well enough with the reduced level of oxygen during the flight and at the age of two months, your child would still be susceptible to infection and should avoid all crowds, especially in a closed environment, such as the airplane cabin. The best part is that a three month old baby also can’t run around.

There is no evidence that flying is unsafe for babies, if they are healthy. If you fly with your baby on either long or short flights, you should follow these guidelines:

PRE-FLIGHT ADVICE

Pack well in advance and check that you have all necessary documents. Children are sensitive to parental anxiety. Minimize your baby’s stress by reducing yours.

Prepare a bag for your baby for use on the flight and include favorite foods, snacks, toys, diapers, wipes and so forth. Drinks and food, take more than you think you’ll need for emergencies and the inevitable delays.

If you are breastfeeding drink plenty of water whilst flying.

Some of the Airline Companies cater for small children’s needs. You can check this out when you are booking and can pre-order special food for your baby.

IN FLIGHT ADVICE

Feed baby both during take off and upon landing. Swallowing encourages baby’s ears to clear ‘air blocks’. Also make sure your baby takes appropriate feeds and doesn’t become dehydrated.

Keep your baby cool. Remove hats and extra clothing. When you check your baby, if he or she is sweating or the tummy feels hot to the touch, take off some clothing. Don’t worry if the baby’s hands or feet feel cool, this is normal. Place your baby on their back to sleep.

Some experts advise to give baby massages, usually two or three days, before and after flying. Massage before flying helps the baby to be more relaxed, in hope for a smooth flight and massage after flying helps the baby cope with jet lag, or other differences at the destination. Anyway, as long as there’s no contraindication for massaging the baby, such as muscle or bone disorders (fracture, dislocation, or ask your doctor for more information), massages won’t harm your baby if done gently.

Baby Massage Technique

Use natural oil like organic sunflower or olive. Make sure your hands glide easily and for the best results use a firm touch. Pull baby’s leg through your palms and fingers, hand over hand, from the thigh to foot, repeat three or four times.

Give your baby’s leg a gentle shake. Now do the same with the other leg
Then massage both legs together. Place your hands on the inside thighs and pull downwards around the back of the thighs, down the back of the knees, calves and feet. Repeat three or four times.

Now stroke firmly two or three times down the front of the legs.

This will help relax your baby’s legs and feet and stimulate their circulation. The baby’s hands feet and head are the coldest parts of their body until their circulatory system is fully developed.

Lay the weight of your open, relaxed hand on baby’s tummy and, without pressing but rather using the relaxed weight, your hand, massage their tummy clockwise, the same direction as the baby’s digestive system. Now lay your relaxed hand across your baby’s tummy and gently press from side to side (not downwards) between the hips and the ribs. This stimulates the large and small intestine and will help to relieve wind, colic fractiousness, and anxiety.

Place your hands on the centre of your baby’s chest and massage upwards and outwards, over the shoulders. Draw both arms down vertically through the centre of your palms repeat a few times and give the arms a gentle shake. This will relax your baby’s arms and shoulders and stimulate the circulation of their arms and hands. Rest your hands on the front of baby’s shoulders and using their relaxed weight draw them downwards over the chest, hips, legs and feet. Repeat three or four times before turning your baby onto their tummy. Once on their tummy, if they can, help your baby to bring their hands forward so they can rest on their elbows. Now stroke firmly, using lots of oil, hand over hand several times, down your baby’s back. With a relaxed open hand, stroke clockwise several times around the base of the spine and buttocks. Now rest both your hands on the back of your baby’s shoulders and stroke downwards two or three times over the back and down the legs to the feet.

Remember to place your baby on their back to sleep and on their belly to play.

AVOIDING HASSLES DURING YOUR TRIP TO GILI ISLANDS

Local porters at the harbor
Do not let the local porters carry your bags for whatever reason. This guys are usually try to be gentle or act like a boatman crew. They often charge an expensive and unreasonable amount. If you have to pay, a regular porter cost is about Rp. 10,000/bag.

Do not buy any mosquitoes coil from some kids at the harbor, as they are trying to sell things at the highest they can. There are lots of shops on the Islands selling those stuffs with better prices.
Do not try to look at the things that they offers, and do not make any promises to say “maybe later”.
Those guys can recognize your face and ask for the promises.

When you returned from the Islands, many kids brings water to wash your foot. At first you may feel convenient, but at the end they ask some money. Give them some school needs i.e: pens, or writing book. It’s better not to let them do anything to you.

Carry small changes to pay public buses or taxi if you need to be picked up under your own arrangement. If you have to go by private car, try to fix the price first rather than argue at the end of the journey.

Swimming & Snorkeling

Stonefish are found on the coral reefs where they are camouflaged and almost invisible. They are poisonous if stepped on.

Also, be aware of strong currents while swimming or snorkeling. It is best to ask the advice of a dive master before swimming alone.

Jelly Fish is almost invisible on the water. It looks like a crystal/plastic, but very dangerous.

Some kind of jelly fish is making your skin itchy, and some are poisoning.

Use a high protection of Sun Cream. The weather can be very hot on the afternoon.

Do not leave any valuable belongings unattended at the beach while swimming or snorkeling. Ask for a deposit box at the hotel where you stay.

Pondok Senaru Accommodation Lombok
Jl Raya Pariwisata Senaru, Mount Rinjani, Lombok, Indonesia

Sit back and relax in one of the hotel’s 14 guestrooms, all designed with guests’ comfort in mind. To make each guest’s stay comfortable, all rooms feature balcony/terrace, desk, bathtub. To make each guest’s stay more complete, this Lombok hotel offers smoking room, tours. Those looking for first-rate sporting and leisure facilities will find garden. Guests will find this service-oriented hotel with superb facilities and amenities provides excellent value.

Facilities.

1. Fan, Ac

2. Restaurant

3. Car park

4. Smoking room

Price:

Standard room Rp. 300.000/night ( fan )

Superior room Rp. 400.000/night ( hot water, fan )

Deluxe room 700,000/ night ( hot water, AC )

Contact or write to us for advise and suggestion regarding your trekking to Mount Rinjani to info@triund-trek.com text message ( SMS ) for 24 hours to +91 9958308506

Sembalun Accommodation, Lembah Rinjani Home stay and Restaurant
Sembalun Lawang

Lembah Rinjani Home Stay is a friendly place to stay in Rinjani Valley. Surrounded by picturesque traditional village of Sembalun Lawang and it’s lush green mountains with the mighty Rinjani Mountain as the highest peak on the Southern part.

The home stay are set in bungalows in a beautiful vegetable field and garden with two big gazebos and a small one, has 10 comfortable rooms with private veranda and western bathroom in each room.

Moreover, our small pretty restaurant can warm up cool temperature with everyone’s most favorite cuisine chicken curry among many other at all hours. And remember, our staff is there for your every need.

Additionally, Lembah Rinjani is one of the main centers and the closest start for trekkers wishing to climb the peak. If you do not fancy climbing just by sitting in the verandah is relaxing or you can wander around to explore the surrounding area. Our staff is the specialist of the area. We can assist you with all your needs from porters to guides.

Lembah Rinjani is an absolute peaceful gate away.

Room Rates:

Villa Hijau (Room 1-4) Rp. 275,000

Villa Tiga (Room 5-6) Rp. 275,000

Villa Tiga (Room 7) Rp. 275,000

Villa Gazebo (Room 8-10) Rp. 275,000

Extra matras Rp. 100,000

Room 1,2,8,10: queen size bed (180 cm)

Room 4,5,6,7: single bed (120 cm) with sliding bed

Room 3: two single bed (100 cm)

Check out time: 12.00 Noon

Rate may change without a prior notice

All rates include breakfast, service charge, and government tax.

The home stay has 10 double rooms with shower inside
Four rooms at the front row/Villa Hijau, three at the back row/Villa Tiga and another three/Villa Gazebo on the opposite of Villa Hijau.

Facilities

Room 1,2, 3, 4: table n desk, small cupboard, mirror, towel rack, a set of coffee table & chairs in the front terrace.

Room 4, 5, 6: Side table, small cupboard, mirror, towel rack. A set of bamboo chairs & table in the front terrace.

Room 8,9,10: small cupboard, mirror, towel rack. A set of bamboo chairs & table on both front terrace & back terrace.

Shower Room

Shower, tub / bucket, western toilet, wash-basin.

Blanket, towel, soap are available. Please ask if you do not find them in your room.

Dining:

We serve Indonesian, western and Asian cuisine. We also can prepare for group dining. Contact us to make arrangement for group dining.

Contact or write to us for advise and suggestion regarding your trekking to Mount Rinjani to info@triund-trek.com text message ( SMS ) for 24 hours to +91-9958308506

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