Mount Rinjani 2019 Update – Now Fully Open
Nearly 10 months after Mount Rinjani, an active volcano on the Indonesian of Lombok, was closed for trekking, the trails are being reopened. In July 2018an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.4 on the scale of Richter heaved havoc on the island and killed 17.
The earthquake led to a closing of all hiking trails on the volcano, which is a popular tourist attraction and famous for its hiking and trekking options. The trail to the Crater Rim of Mount Rinjani has been open for a few months already and the trekking industry is slowly recovering from the effects of the earthquake.
Both of the trekking options to the summit of Mount Rinjani are now open for bookings and can be operated as per normal. This means that you can hike to the summit of Mount Rinjani from both Senaru and from Sembalun.
If you are still doubting whether or not you should summit Mount Rinjani, you can get in touch a Bookatrekking.com trekking expert. Bookatrekking.com is fully updated on the actual situation and is available to support you.