Indonesian Language Blog

Tag Archives: backpacking

Mt. Rinjani Video (Part Two) Posted by on Sep 6, 2016

An early wake up call is well worth it for the incredible view of sunrise over Mt. Rinjani. The rest of the day is spent hiking down to the crater lake, soaking in hot springs, and planting trees on the mountain. See highlights from Days 2 & 3 of our epic Mt. Rinjani trek with…

Continue Reading

Trekking at Mt. Rinjani (Part Two) Posted by on Aug 25, 2016

Most Common Indonesian Words

After an intense first day of uphill hiking – much of it in the rain – we camped under the stars on the first night of our Mt. Rinjani trek. Having gone to bed at just 8 o’clock, we rose from our tents bright and early to take in the sunrise over the mountain. Here…

Continue Reading

Mt. Rinjani Video (Part One) Posted by on Aug 22, 2016

Towering at 3,726 meters, Mt. Rinjani is the 2nd highest volcano in all of Indonesia. Trekking here is one of the most popular adventures in the country, with multi-day trips taking you to waterfalls, the crater lake, natural hot springs, and the summit if you can make it. Check out the highlights of a 3-day Mt…

Continue Reading

Trekking at Mt. Rinjani (Part One) Posted by on Aug 18, 2016

One of the highlights of traveling in Indonesia is a multi-day trek up Gunung Rinjani on the island of Lombok. Towering at 3,726 meters (12,224 ft), this active volcano is the 2nd tallest in all of Indonesia. Trekking trips range from 2-5 days and go all the way to the summit or just to the crater rim…

Continue Reading

Ruteng Video Tour Posted by on Aug 10, 2016

When traveling across Flores, a stop in the town of Ruteng is a must. From here, you can easily check out the famed Hobbit Cave, as well as the stunning spider web rice fields. Explore these sights and more in this short video tour of Ruteng. Along the way, stop to admire the amazing Flores…

Continue Reading

Exploring Ende (Video) Posted by on Jun 27, 2016

Ende is one of the biggest towns in Flores, but it still feels like a sleepy fishing village. Check it out in this short video, showing the blue stone beach, a night market, and more.

Maumere Snorkeling Trip Posted by on May 19, 2016

Maumere was once a top diving destination, but the earthquake and ensuing tsunami of 1992 destroyed most of the coral in the area and the tourism industry along with it. Thankfully, the coral has started to regrow, and tourists are slowly but surely coming back as well. Check out some highlights from a great day…

Continue Reading

Older posts
Newer posts