Mount Rinjani – The Second Highest Volcano in Indonesia
Mount Rinjani, at a height of 3,726m, is an active volcano and the third highest mountain in Indonesia. On the floor of the volcanos huge caldera is the sickle-shaped crater lake, Segara Anakan, surrounded by steep walls. The mountain is popular with hikers. Visitors can visit the Sasak villages on Sembalun Bumbung and Sembalun Lawang on the volcanos slopes to have an insight into the traditional culture and daily life of this ethnic people.