Plan to Visit Indonesia? Make Sure You Go Through These Extreme Destinations

Mount Rinjani

Does traveling begin to get you bored? Well, if it does, then you must try these extreme places in Indonesia. By visiting these places, your adrenaline challenge is guaranteed. Enjoy!

Mount “Anak Krakatau”

Mount “Anak Krakatau” is in Lampung. The mountain was formed due to the eruption of Krakatoa which occurred in 1883. As many as two-thirds of the island of Krakatoa, where the Krakatau volcano sank into the ocean and the rest is a small island called Anak Krakatau.

Mount Anak Krakatau has a height of 230 meters above sea level and has black volcanic sand. So, when we climb, we will feel a little inconvenience because the footing in the form of volcanic sand is easy to slide and not sturdy. When climbing, we don’t need to worry because it will be accompanied by a nature reserve officer.

However it should be noted, the climbing limit only reaches near the dome for safety reasons. But the view from the slopes is also very beautiful. The blue expanse of the Sunda Strait can be seen stretching with the small islands around it.

Mount Semeru

Mount Semeru Mount Semeru is located in the area of ​​East Java and has a peak called Mahameru.

The highest mountain on the island of Java has a height of 3,676 meters above sea level. At the top of the mountain, we can feel what the land is like on the clouds.

Keep in mind, climbing can be done for 4 days so prepare your stamina and energy to stay strong. The beautiful Lake Ranukumbolo can also be found in Semeru.

The Mysterious Trunyan cemetery

Streets in the Trunyan cemetery. The exact location of the Trunyan cemetery in Bangli, Bali. Or on the side of Lake Batur which is close to Mount Batur. To go to the Trunyan cemetery tourists can take a boat from the pier Kedisan. There are two guards, one of whom plays gamelan.

We are free of charge if we want to explore the Trunyan grave. But it is only necessary to fill in the guest book and make a sincere contribution.

What is extreme about Trunyan’s grave? This grave is not the same as another grave. There are no burial mounds, but we will find skulls here and there.

Rafting on the Alas River

Rafting on the Alas River The location of the Alas River is 165 km southeast of Takengon, which is in the Gunung Leuser National Park. River water is swift with lush forests in the Gunung Leuser National Park, making us challenged to be able to conquer the Alas River.

River with rapids that are full of challenges and winding terrain makes adrenaline racing. Various animals can also be found when we rafting when you visit Indonesia.

Among others: birds, deer, monkeys, and elephants. For beginners, the route starts from Muarasitulan (the city of Kutacane) to the city of the Wave (adjacent to the Indian Ocean). For professional rafting, take the longer route from Agusan, which is close to Blangkejeran.

The Amazing Pindul Caves

Pindul Cave The location of Pindul Cave is in Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta. Tracing this cave we can enjoy the beauty of stalactites and stalagmites.

But before searching, it is necessary to wear safety equipment such as headlamps, buoys, rubber tires that have been prepared by the manager.

Exploring the calm stream in Pindul Cave takes about 45-60 minutes. From the cracks of the cave, you will find the incoming light through the gap, and this is very beautiful.

And the best time to visit is at 09.00 or 10:00.

Lawang Sewu

Lawang-Sewu Sewu is located in the Tugu Muda area, Semarang. This famous ancient building is haunted by tourists, you know.

Because it has a high historical value. Some of those found in Lawang Sewu are former prison buildings, places of mass murder, and bunkers.

Lawang Sewu means a thousand doors. Actually, this building does not have so many doors, but many long and large windows that are considered like doors. This is the reason the building is named Lawang Sewu.

Safari on the Island of Komodo

Komodo Island Komodo Island is located in East Nusa Tenggara. Here we can enjoy the sensation of interacting with ancient animals that still exist and live up to now, the giant lizard that we also know as the Komodo dragon.

Has a body length of 2-3 meters and weighs up to 165 kg. This ancient animal is very sensitive to the smell of blood.

When on the island of Komodo is expected to remain vigilant and continue to be near the guide. It is not recommended for someone who has an open wound or menstruating woman.

Green Canyon Body Rafting

This extreme tourism is in Indonesia. Or to be precise, in the Pangandaran area, West Java.

Here we can do body rafting, rafting with the body! Wow, exciting! Enjoy the Cukang Taneuh river flow, by simply wearing afloat, water shoes, and also a helmet.

River currents are swift and unpredictable. Travelers must jump if blocked by a river wall or a large rock. Need to be careful to avoid accidents, injuries, and torn pants. This river has a flow along 8 km and can be reached in less than 5 hours.

Climb to the top of Rinjani

Climb to the top of Rinjani Mount Rinjani is located in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara. Climbing can be done through four paths. First, the Senaru line (600 meters above sea level), is the most preferred route because it is short and passes through lush tropical forests.

The two Sembalun lanes (1150 meters above sea level) are slower than Senaru and the terrain is heavy, passing through savanna fields.

When passing through this path we will be in the Sembalun valley and can set up a tent there while enjoying the beauty of Lake Segara Anak and Mount Barujari. Torean Line, the delicious route is because there is a porter service that makes it easy for us during the climb. The Timbanuh Track which has water stocks along the ascent to Rinjani.

So, those are some places you must check when you visit Indonesia. Have a nice traveling!

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