SEMERU MT. (3,676 Masl)
” The Highest Volcano In Java ”
Mount Semeru a stratovolcano in East Java, Indonesia. Mount Semeru the highest mountain in Java, with Mahameru peak 3.676 meters above sea level ( masl ). Mount Semeru is also the third highest volcano in Indonesia after Mount Kerinci in Sumatra and Mount Rinjani in Lombok. The crater at the summit of Mount Semeru known Jonggring Saloko. Mount Semeru is administratively included in the two districts, namely Malang and Lumajang, East Java Province. The mountain is included within the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. Embarking on an expedition to Mt. Semeru can be the epic climbing and most unforgettable moment, also with guidance that CIMARA offers.Your Adventure starts here!.
- Location : Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, Lumajang, Indonesia
- Track : Lumajang gate
- Type : Trekking and tent during the trekking
- Best Season : All year round, best is April-November
- Trip level : Strenuous, physical fitness is required
- All duration : 5 Days 4 Nights
- Trekking duration : 4 Days 3 Nights
- Reservation : Booking trip min 30 days before the trip begin (H-30)
This list is required gear. Some items may be adjusted or changed after you gear check with your CIMARA guide(s) depending on specific route and weather requirements that may change at the time of your climb / trek. An Important note as you pack : we are under weight restrictions with our porters so each item must be considered in light of its functionality and utility. Your bags will be weighed at several points during the trip and excess weight is generally not an option. Consider this carefully as you select your gear. This breakdown is provided as a quick checklist for your convenience. Additional clarification and descriptions of these items will be provided below the checklist.
If you still have questions, the CIMARA ADVENTURE can help.
- Travel documentation (Passport and Visa) copy
- Health certificate
- Trekking poles
- Backpack & Backpack Cover
- Cap/Hat & Balaclava
- Personal snack (Protein bars, chocolate, dried fruits, candies and snack food
- Headlamp/hand torch light & Batteries
- Sun glasses & Sun screen, or any other thing that will protect you from getting sun burnt
- Travel equipment for shower (toothbrush, toothpaste, towel, soap, etc)
- Hiking shoes. Boots are preferable, if not, you can bring the most comfortable sport shoes you have.
- Rain coat and/or Wind and waterproof breaker. You will need to bring it to the summit to break the wind
- Sandals/flip flops
- Enough socks (For sleep and trekking)
- Water bottle/Water bladder
- Drifit t-shirt, Long sleeve shirt, cotton or light weights pants (non-denim or jeans material), warm clothes, Down jackets, Hand gloves (it can be very chilly on the summit), Sweater or all of them if necessary.
- Personal medications. We will provide standard first aid kit tools, but please bring your own prescribed medication. And please let us know if you have and medical conditions
- Dont forget to bring your good mood
Please note that this list is only suggestion. You can add more equipment based on your personal needs.
Meeting point : Juanda Airport – Surabaya city (Foreign Guests)
- Transportation from meeting point to Ranupane village (Full AC+Driver+Petrol)
- Retribution Semeru Mountain ( Permit, all government and local taxes )
- One night at hotel/villa/homestay Ranupane village, breakfast include
- Meals during trekking (indicated in the itinerary)
- Toilet tent
- Camping equipment (Mattress, Summer time tents for 4 person, sleeping bag), Camping chair for deluxe service
- Cooking stove
- Mineral Waters ( 5 litters for 4 days )
- T-shirt from CIMARA ADVENTURE
- Guide(s) from CIMARA ADVENTURE
- Standard first aid kit tools (Plester Hypafix, Betadine, Hidrocortison Ointment, Bioplacenton gel, Paracetamol 500g, loperamid, Domperidon, Antasida, Dexamethason, Spuit 3cc, Oxycan, pocari sweat sachets)
Not Include :
- Personal expenses (Snack, alcoholic beverages, souvenirs, personal medications)
- Items that are not mentioned in “included”
- Airport tax
- Transport from home to meet point
- Tips for guide(s) and porter(s)