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Adventure which started in the nighttime and proceeded as described by the host, even better for experiencing in real life. Everything from collection at our hotel in Canggu by our driver to meeting the guide at the lake and being met by breakfast at the top of the climb made by a local person worked out seamlessly. We were the only group on the climb, and it felt special to be shown these less walked paths. The climb is not long, 40-45 minutes, but it is constantly steep. We have already recommended to our friends.
It was well organised and the transport from ubud was on time. The guide was very friendly and made it an enjoyable trek. Sunset is not guaranteed but it was a good feeling to reach the summit and the views are worth it alone
James Mead
Soooo cool trip! No one but our group and the locals! Totally recommend if you wish for a less traveled view.
Anton Malling

Helpful Questions

What are some popular hiking destinations in Indonesia?
Some popular hiking destinations in Indonesia include Mount Rinjani in Lombok, Mount Bromo in Java, Mount Agung in Bali, Mount Papandayan in West Java, and Mount Semeru in East Java.
What is the best time of year to go hiking in Indonesia?
The best time to go hiking in Indonesia is during the dry season, which typically falls between May and September. This is when you can expect clear skies and pleasant weather for hiking.
Are there any trekking permits required for hiking in Indonesia?
Yes, for certain hiking destinations in Indonesia, such as Mount Rinjani, hikers are required to obtain a trekking permit. It is recommended to check the specific requirements for the hiking destination you plan to visit.
What are some important items to pack for a hiking trip in Indonesia?
Some important items to pack for a hiking trip in Indonesia include sturdy hiking boots, lightweight and breathable clothing, a hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, a first aid kit, plenty of water, and snacks for energy.
What are some safety tips to keep in mind when hiking in Indonesia?
Some safety tips to keep in mind when hiking in Indonesia include staying on marked trails, informing someone of your hiking plans, being aware of the local wildlife, staying hydrated, and respecting the natural environment by leaving no trace behind.
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