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Mount Ciremai Set at 3,078 m above sea level, Mt. Ciremai is the tallest volcano in West Java and serves as a popular hiking destination among hikers, nestle in the border between Majalengka – west flank and Kuningan Regency -East flank, 20 km south of Cirebon. According to the data released by Indonesia Forestry and...
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Kawah Ratu  in Halimun Salak National Park, Bogor, West Java is one of the few places In Java Island where we can see the active volcano safely from short distance.  Located at 1,437 meter above sea level, at the southern slope of Mount Salak,  this crater is natural wonder that attracts not just volcano hunters...
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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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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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2020 is indeed a challenging year and although we all wish that this pandemic too shall pass, we should also be prepared that the impact canprolong to next year. Because balance between work and life still need to bemaintained and families still need to have vacations, while travel on flyingdistance is still not the preferred...
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Since traveling to further distance is still not an option, to fulfill your desire for breathing fresh air in the mountains after months of restrictions, you may consider options for hiking destinations without flying from Jakarta. This is time to explore your own backyard and reconnect with the Mother Nature. Hiking adventure does not have...
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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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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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During clear weather, sunrise from the top of Mount Gede is an unforgettable scene which definitely worth hiking for. The blue sky will slowly turn red which then followed by amazing sunrise appeared above the crater.
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Jakarta is certainly a great place to live or visit, but sometimes you just need to get out of town. And if you’re keen to see more outside of Jakarta, Indonesia’s vast transportation network –  planes, trains and buses –  which can take you to a wide variety of getaway destinations, many within just a...
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