Price includes:

Pick up before and transfer after the trek.
A night accommodation in Senaru before the trek
Trekking guide and porters who will carry the cooking gear and camping equipment
An experienced English speaking guide and professional porters
Entrance fee to the national park
Food and drinking water on the trek (3-liter mineral water a day/person)
Tent, toilet tent and paper, sleeping bags and mattress, pillow

Price Excludes:

Headlamp/hand torch
Small bag/daily pack
Trekking shoes, rain jacket, long pants, gloves
Airline ticket
Extra porter for own luggage
Tips for guide and porters
Trek itinerary

Day 1: Senaru Village (601M) – Sembalun village(1100M) – Sembalun crater rim (2639M)

After an early breakfast, we depart Senaru and travel by 4WD vehicle to Sembalun for Rinjani trekking. We register at the Rinjani Trek Centre in Sembalun (1,156 m) before commencing our trek. The trail initially passes through undulating open grasslands as it winds up the mountain. We stop at Pos 1 and Pos 2, pausing for rest breaks and snacks. At Pos 3 (1,800 m) we stop for a longer break for lunch. After lunch, we commence the steep climb up the crater rim. We camp the night at Sembalun Crater Rim (2,639 m) with amazing views of the sunset, Lake Segara Anak, the summit of Mount Rinjani, and northern Lombok.

Day 2: Sembalun crater rim (2639)- Segara Anak lake and hot spring (2000)

We wake at 3 am for a light breakfast before commencing the challenging three-hour trek to the summit (3,726 m). We arrive in time for sunrise, the best time to enjoy the spectacular views. Returning to our campsite on the crater rim we pause for a hot breakfast and a rest before continuing our descent into the Segara Anak / lake. We stop at lunch and we come on the shore of Lake Segara Anak (2,000 m)The afternoon can be spent swimming in the hot springs, fishing, exploring the lakeshore, or simply relaxing.

Day 3: segara anak lake(2000) torean village (700)

After breakfast we continue our descent of the mountain, utilizing the rest spots of Jaran Kurus, Birisan Nangka, and waterfall Penimbungan and stopping for a longer break for lunch along the way. As we descend the mountain the forest becomes thicker and increasingly lush. We arrive in Torean (601 m) at approximately 1 pm, from where you will be transported to your next destination.


The Mount Rinjani Torean route is an anti-mainstream route, the path has many branches and the path is not very clear but has a close distance to Segara Anak with a million views along the way, namely many waterfalls or water sources. It’s just that on this Torean route the terrain can be said to be very steep because it passes through several cliffs and rivers of Belerang water.

Torean has never been as popular as Sembalun and Senaru which already have the prestige of being the official entrance to TNGR, but Torean is also not at the level of other “minor” Rinjani routes, such as Jeruk Manis, Benang Stokel, or the newest official route Timbanuh. Torean has long been used by local people as a “short route” to go directly to Segara Anak Lake, usually for fishing purposes or for medicinal purposes by bathing in hot springs located at several points on this route.

One of the views of climbing Mount Rinjani through the Torean route, Lombok. many climbers try to pass  this new route and will pass Woodbridge to continue the trip to Torean village



travel in the valley flanked by the ridge of mount Rinjani and mount Sangkareang, towards lake Segara Anak, on the Torean route of mount Rinjani Lombok and  in this  place need very be careful on every your step because really tall  cliff down on this part

on the way down to Torean village you get to enjoy the Penimbungan waterfall, 100 meters high, is one of the most beautiful views when climbing Mount Rinjani from Torean village

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