Mount Rinjani National Park
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Mount Rinjani National Park

Mount Rinjani National Park is dominated by the volcano of the same name, which reaches a height of 3,726 meters (12,224 feet) and is considered sacred by the indigenous Sasak people. Ambitious visitors aspire to climb to the summit or at least to the rim of Segara Anak, a sulfur lake that is also considered sacred, at 2,700 meters (8,858 feet). Even if you have less time and want only to wander the trails for a short distance, you can see some of the butterflies, birds and monkeys that are common here as well as take in stunning views of the island.

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