How Long Does it to Climb Rinjani
How long does it take to take Rinjani?
The first time I heard the word Trekking Rinjani or Rinjani climb, it was certainly the first thing that occurred to each of us to ask, How does it to take Climb Rinjani ? This question is very commonly asked by most people, because in planning a trip to Rinjani for trekking or climbing Rinjani or when you first time reach Lombok In International Airport, of course we have to plan it in a steady manner especially we have to adjust to the estimated time we have planned for a vacation in Lombok, especially Mount Rinjani.
To answer the question, How long does it take to take Climb Rinjani, of course, depends on your main destination in Rinjani climbing, whether it is Puncak Rinjani, or crater rim, or to Segara Anak lake, and Cave and warm water baths around Segara Anak Lake .
Usually the estimated time needed by climbers in Rinjani climb is 2 to 4 days, and that depends on the fitness conditions of each person and depends on how he will enjoy the ride in Rinjani climbing.
For climbers from Europe, America or generally large and strong, they prefer rinjani trekking for only 2 days. Namely starting on the first day calculated after 1 day from the day of arrival (more interested in staying one night in the homestay) and in the morning at 7:00 AM start the climb which will spend the night on the second night at the Crater rim and on the second morning continue to Rinjani Summit 7326 MASL and return to Senaru or Sembalun Village on the second day after from Puncak, generally they will arrive at Senaru Village or Sembalun at 12:30 or 13:00.
Unlike the case with climbers from around Asia such as Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, or China who are generally smaller than Europeans in general, they prefer an alternative time, for example 3 days or 4 days 3 nights so that the condition of the body is not too impressed to be forced into climbing. Same is the case with climbing 2 days 1 night. On the first day of arrival, they prefer to spend the night in the village of Senaru or Sembalun so that the body condition at the start of the climb becomes more fit in the morning. The climb starts at 7:00 a.m. after receiving breakfast from the hotel or homestay where they stay (usually include the price of the climbing package) and ends on the 3rd or 4th day at 12:30 to 15:00 depending on the fitness conditions of each climber.