The world’s largest archipelago Indonesia consists of 18,037 islands spanning between the Pacific and Indian ocean. It is home to around 800 mountains, both volcanic and non-volcanic mountains, which make the country as one of the hottest spots on the planet for adventure seekers all around the world, who are looking for mountain climbing adventure along the one of the earth’s most biologically and culturally rich landscape.
The mountains are spread through the entire country, from Sumatera, Java to Sumbawa, Sulawesi, Moluccas and Papua. Despite of all the challenges, those mountains have successfully attracted millions of climbers to summit them.
The Seven Summits of Indonesia is seven highest mountains which towering tall at the main Islands of Indonesia. Those mountains are:
- Mount Kerinci – 3,805m. The active stratovolcano of Mt Kerinci is the highest peak in Sumatera Island which located in the border of West Sumatera and Jambi.
- Mount Semeru – 3,676m is the highest peak in Java Island. It is one of the most active volcanoes in Indonesia.
- Mount Rinjani – 3,726m, is the highest peak in West Nusa Tenggara, which part of Lesser Sunda Islands
- Mount Bukit Raya – 2,278m, Located in the heart of West Kalimantan, the Mountain is the highest peak on Kalimantan Island, In Indonesian territory.
- Mount Rante Mario Latimojong – 3,430m. Rantemario peak at Mt Latimojong mountain range is the highest peak in Sulawesi Island.
- Mount Binaiya – 3,027m, is the highest peak in Banda Archipelago.
- Carstenz Pyramid – 4,484m is the highest mountain in Papua and in Indonesia as well.
Let’s explore the natural beauties of this country, experience cultures, meet people with different stories from all over Indonesia through the The Seven Summits of Indonesia mountain climbing expedition. The opportunity to experience the unique mountain culture over these seven mountains is truly stunning! Prepare for an epic adventure you won’t forget!