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Benang Stokel and Benang Kelambu Waterfalls Panorama Trekking

Benang Stokel and Benang Kelambu Waterfalls Panorama Trekking

BENANG STOKEL WATERFALL Benang Stokel,-Meaning Literally, a Ball of thread, located in Aik Berik Village, Batukliang Utara Sub-district, 22 km north of Praya. Fresh and cool water falls from 20 meter high trough the steep rock face, covered by the variety of vegetations; the moss, forming lush green wall till the raft where lies small […]

May 16 2010 | Posted in Benang Stokel Gate, Benang Stokel Waterfalls Hiking, Rinjani Trails | Read More »

Sajang Village and Waterfall Walking Trip

Sajang Village and Waterfall Walking Trip

Sajang Village & Waterfall Walk The walk is led by friendly guides who will welcome you to the village of Sajang near the border of Gunung Rinjani National Park. The village people explain their customs and traditions of village life and how they support their daily livelihood by growing coffee, chocolate and vanilla and, depending […]

May 16 2010 | Posted in Rinjani Trails, Sajang Village & Waterfall Walk, Sembalun Gate | Read More »

Senaru Panorama Walk and Hiking

Senaru Panorama Walk and Hiking

Led by local women guides, this easy half-day walk explores the foothills of spectacular Rinjani volcano in Lombok’s northern district of Bayan. Starting near the border of Gunung Rinjani National Park, your route follows old pathways amongst shady bamboo groves and village gardens before entering a wide, open landscape of rice terraces and palms. Following […]

May 16 2010 | Posted in Rinjani Trails, Senaru Gate, Senaru Panorama Walk | Read More »

Benang Stokel Gate : South Central Lombok Trail to Mount Rinjani Lombok

Benang Stokel Gate : South Central Lombok Trail to Mount Rinjani Lombok

Benang Stokel, meaning Literally, a Bali of thread, located in Air Berik Village, Batukliang Utara Sub-district, 22 Km north of Praya. resh and cool water falls from 20 meter high through the steep rock face, covered by variety of vegetations; the moss, forming lush green wall till the raft where lies small valley for bathing. […]

May 15 2010 | Posted in Rinjani Trails, Senaru Gate | Read More »

Rinjani Trek Via Benang Stokel Rim & Lake of Rinjani 04 Days 03 Nights

Rinjani Trek Via Benang Stokel Rim & Lake of Rinjani 04 Days 03 Nights

CURRENTLY CLOSED TOUR DESCRIPTION Benang Stokel in the village of Aik Berik in Central Lombok is about 27km east of Mataram, a little less than an hour’s drive. Locally Benang Stokel is well-known for its 2 waterfalls, the Benang Kelambu waterfall and the likewise named Benang Stokel waterfall from which the trekking up to Rinjani […]

May 14 2010 | Posted in Benang Stokel Gate, Rinjani National Park, Rinjani Trails, Rinjani Trek Via Benang Stokel Trail, Rinjani Trekking Packages | Read More »

Sembalun Lawang Trails – East Gate to Mount Rinjani Lombok

Sembalun Lawang Trails – East Gate to Mount Rinjani Lombok

Sembalun Lawang : Rinjani National Park East Gate SEMBALUN LAWANG Sembalun Lawang is set in an ancient and fertile caldera to the east of Mt. Rinjani, the preferred access route for summiteers. The rich soil produces high quality market garden crops, including the famous garlic and rice, staple of local farmers. Seismic activity is monitored […]

May 14 2010 | Posted in Rinjani Trails, Sembalun Gate | Read More »

Senaru Village : West Gate to Mount Rinjani National Park and Lake Segara Anak Lombok

Senaru Village : West Gate to Mount Rinjani National Park and Lake Segara Anak Lombok

The village of Senaru, an easy 2.5 hours drive from Mataram or Senggigi, is the main access to the National Park. As a non-trekking destination it is also popular – a cool, flower-filled mountain village stretching along a hillside spur above Bayan. Senaru has a range of accommodation in simple home stays (losmen), and a […]

May 14 2010 | Posted in Rinjani Trails, Senaru Gate | Read More »


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