The Rinjani Hiking Trail is Back Open

Rinjani Tour is Back Open

Good news for those of you who miss Rinjani, because Rinjani tourism is open again during this pandemic. Mount Rinjani is one of the interesting mountains for climbers.

Mount Rinjani The location is on the island of Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara. What are the tourist attractions that are opened on Mount Rinjani, the following is a review.

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Closing of Mount Rinjani National Park

There are many things that have changed due to the emergence of Covid 19. One of them is the number of tourist attractions that are closed. Mount Rinjani National Park is no exception. Rinjani tourism was closed for several months due to pandemic This Covid 19.

This follows government recommendations regarding the closure of tourist attractions in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, Mount Rinjani National Park officially reopened on April 1, 2021 ago. However, only 8 tourist attractions are open.

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Rinjani Tourist Places Are Back Open

As previously mentioned, not all tourist attractions in Mount Rinjani National Park will open on April 1, 2021. Some of the tourist attractions that are opened are non-climbing tourist attractions. This means that you cannot climb in this Mount Rinjani National Park.

So, what are the tourist attractions from Mount Rinjani National Park that have reopened? Some of these tourist attractions include:

  • Joben Eco Park
  • Blue Lake
  • Sweet Orange Waterfall
  • Steamed Mountain
  • Timbanuh Village
  • Mayung Polak Waterfall
  • Savanna Propok
  • Magic Waterfall

These 8 tourist attractions are of course opened with many things in mind.

Rinjani reopens
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Important Things To Pay Attention To

Like other tourist attractions, to travel in Mount Rinjani National Park you must comply with several rules. Some of these rules include:

Limitation on the number of visitors.

To be able to travel in this tourist destination of Mount Rinjani National Park, of course you must comply with the rules for the maximum number of visitors in each tourist area. The maximum number of visitors at each tourist spot include:

  • Joben Eco Park maximum up to 227 people
  • Blue lake maximum 84 people
  • Jeruk Manis Waterfall maximum 180 people
  • Mount Kukus maximum 90 people
  • Timbanuh Village maximum 60 people
  • Mayung Polak Waterfall maximum 60 people
  • Savana Propok maximum up to 150 people
  • Sakti Waterfall maximum 90 people

This visitor restriction is 30% of the total number of visitors. The capacity above is the maximum capacity of visitors to tourist attractions every day. Therefore, it would be better for you to visit these places while on leave or during week days.

Visiting these places on the weekend may make you unable to visit tourist attractions because there are too many visitors.

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Health protocol compliance

In addition to being required to follow the maximum quota to travel at previous tourist attractions. Another thing that is no less important to pay attention to is compliance with health protocols. Like other tourist attractions, when traveling in non-climbing tourist attractions in Mount Rinjani National Park, you must use health protocols.

These health protocols include the use of masks, bringing hand sanitiser and also having to bring crackles. This crackle is to ensure that the garbage you make can be taken with you directly.

Entry time restrictions

Furthermore, another important thing to pay attention to when visiting this tourist spot is the restriction of entry hours.

You must observe and comply with the restrictions on entry hours. This entry restriction applies from 9 a.m. WITA to 3 p.m. WITA.

This means that visitors are not allowed to stay overnight while visiting the Mount Rinjani National Park area. This is also one of the reasons why the tourist attractions of Mount Rinjani National Park do not open hiking trails, namely to avoid lodging.

Monitoring in Mount Rinjani National Park 

There are lots of rules, rules and protocols that you must pay attention to when visiting Mount Rinjani National Park. However, there are many possibilities that this rule will not be implemented when visitors come to Mount Rinjani National Park.

To ensure that visitors comply with this health protocol, you can form a team for monitoring and controlling the implementation of the phased reactivation.

With this surveillance team, tourists who do not comply with this protocol will receive a warning. If they still do not comply with the protocol, these tourists will be penalized.

This reactivation issue will apply gradually and will continue to be updated and evaluated periodically. If there are no problems, the hiking trail will reopen in the next stage of reactivation II.

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For those of you climbers who can't wait to visit Mount Rinjani National Park. We look forward to the reactivation II of the Mount Rinjani National Park. May be useful.

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