Gunung Rinjani is not only the second highest peak in Indonesia, but a deeply sacred volcano to the Hindus and the Sasaks who often make pilgrimages there. The mountain is unique due to its lake in the crater that hosts another smaller volcano that is still active. It offers amazing adventurous hike that promises breathtaking view at the peak.
Standing at 3,726 m, Mount Rinjani is one of the most active volcano in Indonesia, similarly to Mount Bromo in Java. It bears a caldera of 50 km square that holds a crater lake called Segara Anak (Child of Sea), which has a natural hot spring. The demanding trek that requires two days to conquer the mountain will make it all worthwhile when greeted by the view at the summit.