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It was a hot afternoon, the last day of March 2019, in a small village of Nagari Surian, on our way to Kersik Tuo village, the entry point of Mount Kerinci. Normally it takes around eight hours to drive from Padang, the capital of West Sumatra province. Our smooth journey suddenly slowed down. The driver...
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Yes summer is coming. Summer holidays don’t have to mean sea and sand. We pick the beautiful campsites amid mountains, rainforest and by tranquil lakes to suit outdoor enthusiast, hikers, or just dreamy upland vistas. With days characterized by blue skies, sunshine and less rainfall, indeed, summer is the most pleasant and most popular time...
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Halimun Salak National Park, situated about 2 hours South West of Jakarta. It is the largest remaining highland tropical rainforest in Java, with total area of 87,669 hectares of protection forest. Yes it’s bigger than Singapore or Jakarta. Indeed, this National Park is the most accessible rainforest in Indonesia, especially from Jakarta, but that doesn’t...
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After several months of closure due to increasing volcanic activity and unfavorable weather, our all-time favorite volcano in Java, Mount Semeru in East Java will be reopened for hiking activities for both Indonesia and foreign hiker who owns stay permit in Indonesia or KITAS. The hiking trail up Mount Semeru is set to be opened...
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Sebagai Adventure Provider, Climb Indonesia banyak mendapat pertanyaan dari banyak  pelanggan, terutama dari mereka yang baru saja memulai kegiatan pendakian gunung, “Dimana kami bisa membeli perlengkapan pendakian untuk pemula yang bagus dan harganya tidak terlampau mahal?” Ada banyak pilihan toko perlengkapan outdoor di Jakarta dan sekitarnya. Produk yang ditawarkan juga beragam,  dengan variasi harga serta...
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Sometimes you need a change of scenery, especially after months of self-quarantine. 2020 is indeed a challenging year and suddenly we are now in the month of August. So what to do with your remaining unused vacation days? When multi-days’ adventure and travelling by air are still not the preferred options and most of national...
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Mount Merbabu (3.145m) is a dormant stratovolcano which is the second most popular mountain in Central Java, after Mount Merapi. With its not particularly rough terrain and the presence of a clear, well-marked path up to top, trekking Mount Merbabu with your kids and family should be on your to-do list when visiting Yogyakarta or...
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When the time comes, when our National Parks and mountains are reopened for hiking activities, Climb Indonesia will implement the guidelines for conducting hiking activities under the new normal, which are adopted from UIAA –International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation while maintaining compliance to health protocol as issued by Government of Indonesia or local government where...
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Mount Prau located at Dieng Plateau is a popular spot among hikers. It has a scenic viewpoint that overlooks the neighboring mountains in Central Java and is also known as the peak of the golden sunrise. Due to the stunning beauty of its sunrise, peak of Mount Prau has become popular among social media users...
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The wind had blown up from the opposite direction that morning as we started a boat ride from Carita village towards Sunda Strait. This will be two hours boat ride to our destination Child of Krakatoa Volcano. Sea weathered into a high wave, making the two outboard engines in our boat was roaring hard a...
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