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Even if you’re in decent shape, after miles of hiking, you may feel extremely sore, worn out and the burning sensation on your legs is still there. That means you’re building muscle and growing stronger, but it also means you need time to recover after hiking. When you’ve finished your hike, it’s crucial to take...
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Indonesia decided to reduce the mandatory quarantine period from five to three days, starting today – February 17th. This regulation applied to foreign travelers and Indonesian returnees who had received a COVID-19 booster vaccine and the PCR testing requirement will remain in place for those arriving travelers.  The government is also considering lifting all quarantine requirements...
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Mount Tambora is the spectacular natural attraction in Sumbawa Island, an island just 75 minutes flying from Bali. It is the second highest volcano in the province of West Nusa Tenggara. The largest recorded volcanic eruption On April 10, 1815, Mount Tambora erupted for the first time 10,000 years, with a series of large explosions...
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We believe outdoor adventure and comfort could go hand in hand, and exploring the wilderness doesn’t have to mean discomfort. In a trip with Climb Indonesia, we’re offering trekking vacation adventure which combine luxury and ultimate comfort.
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Between lockdowns and travel restrictions, most of us have had little opportunity for real adventure out in the wilderness over the past two years. Many of us desperately miss the freedom and excitement of adventure. With the authorities relaxing the travel restriction and better testing protocols, traveling and adventure will start becoming easier again. Travel...
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More people are being vaccinated every day and travel is already top of mind. Suddenly, the whole world feels in reach again, even if travel restrictions haven’t quite been lifted yet. True, leaving the house for the first time in months is bringing about some extra stress. It is better to take some extra precautions...
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Indonesia lies on the so-called Pacific Rim of Fire, where the meeting of continental plates causes frequent seismic and volcanic activities. The nation is a home to more than 130 active volcanoes. Here are the top 10 volcano adventures in random order Top 10 volcano adventure in Indonesia 1. Mount Tambora 2,850 m – is...
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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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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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