Climbing Mount Rinjani is a tourist attraction in the area of Mount Rinjani National Park. The mountain is an active volcano which is still the second largest in Indonesia. The top of Mount Rinjani is the goal of most adventurers and nature lovers who visit this area because if it has reached its peak is a pride of its own that is not paid by anything. Nature lovers throughout Indonesia and even from all over the world in climbing activities are quite large, as evidenced by the number of visitors is increasing every year.
One featured the charm of Mount Rinjani National Park is a very popular lake Segara Anak. This location can be reached from two official channels, namely Senaru hiking trail and hiking paths Sembalun. To visit the lake Segara Anak usually takes time approximately 8 to 11 hours from the gate Senaru hiking paths. Whereas if the climbing lane Sembalun could take travel time for 7 to 10 hours. Segara Anak Lake is located at an altitude of 2,010 meters above sea level and has a shape similar to a crescent moon when seen from the sky. In the area around the lake Segara Anak there is enough land and flat, so it can be used as an appropriate location to set up a tent, camping, fishing and the climbers can relax your body with soaking in hot spring water containing sulfur.
Other places that are not less interesting is the headwaters Kokoq Puteq within approximately 150 meters of the lake Segara Anak. In addition there is also Goa Susu, Goa Manik, and Goa Payung. Goa Payung believed to be used as a medium to reflect themselves and often used as a place for meditation. While in the lake Segara Anak there are hot springs Aik Kalak Pengkereman, place that is used for test the traditional Lombok weapon.