5D4N – Mount Kerinci

Call for enquiry – Kerinci is located at the Pacific Ring of Fire. Kerinci last erupted in 2004, and continues to spew clouds of sulphurous smoke, with plumes reaching as high as 1,000 m (3,281 ft) above the summit. The mountain has 15 lakes which the biggest are Kerinci Lake and Gunung Tujuh Lake. The 4,200-hectare of Kerinci Lake lies at a height of 650 meters, is the host of annual July Kerinci Lake Festival. While Gunung Tujuh Lake means Seven Mountains Lake which there are 7 peaks surrounding the lake. It is also the highest lake in Southeast Asia at 1,996 meters.

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5D4N – Mount Talamau (A)

Call for enquiry – Talamau (also known as Talakmau or Ophir) is a volcano in West Sumatra, Indonesia. It stands at 2975 m above sea level. It’s located in District Kinali, West Pasaman. The authenticity of its virgin forest is an absolute wonderment which holds beautiful natural attractions and adventure.

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6D5N – Mount Talamau (B)

Call for enquiry – Talamau (also known as Talakmau or Ophir) is a volcano in West Sumatra, Indonesia. It stands at 2975 m above sea level. It’s located in District Kinali, West Pasaman. The authenticity of its virgin forest is an absolute wonderment which holds beautiful natural attractions and adventure.

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5D4N – Mount Merapi (A)

Call for enquiry – Mount Merapi, Gunung Merapi (literally Fire Mountain in Indonesian/Javanese), is an active stratovolcano located on the border between Central Java and Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Trekking on and around Merapi is a popular activity (at least when the volcano isn’t spewing out hot gas and ash).

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