Helicopter Tour above Mount Rinjani (2 Hours)

Discover Lombok’s Mt. Rinjani, Indonesia’s second highest volcano. At 3,726 meters, it towers over Lombok, and boasts a – 10 kilometer wide crater – a place with deep gorges, towering walls, hot springs, waterfalls, and a perfectly shaped volcanic cone. This strato- volcano’s oval-shaped Segara Anak caldera also contains a 230-m-deep lake. The hike up the volcano takes several nights to conquer on foot. Your flight also includes panoramic vistas of rainforests, deep and meandering valleys only visible from the sky.

Duration : Approx. 120 minutes

Highlights :

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Aerial view of Lombok Coast

Lombok Coast ‣ Lombok island is surrounded by an amazing mix of coastline, from tall mountains plunging into the ocean to stunning white sand beaches. Due to the presence of Mount Rinjani to the north of the island and coral reefs to the south, the sand color on the beaches changes from a stark white (coral sand) in the south to an almost black colour in the north (volcanic sand).

Mount Rinjani National Park

Mount Rinjani ‣ This is an active volcano located on Lombok Island. This is the second highest volcano in Indonesia with an altitude of 3,726 m above sea level and is a favorite mountain for Indonesian climbers because of the beauty of the scenery seen from its peak. This mountain is part of Mount Rinjani National Park which has an area of about 41,330 ha. In the cosmology of the local community, Mount Rinjani is the center of the spatial universe. There are still sacrificial ceremony tradition done by the local communities for this volcano.

Segara Anak Lake

Segara Anak Caldera ‣ Segara Anak is a volcanic lake formed in the caldera of Mount Rinjani on over 2,000 meters above sea level. The lake spans across an area of 11 square kilometers, and reaches depths up to 230 meters. Danau Segara Anak is located on the west side of Mount Rinjani in the village of Lawang Sembalun in Lombok, East Indonesia. The mystifyingly blue colour of the lake gives Segara Anak its name: small ocean.