Rinjani Travel Blog: A Story of Climbers Real Life Experiences
Traveling means leaving your home, leaving family, and leaving your friends to a new place where you will be a stranger and help is far away from you. Your home is where your bag is. Sorry!! just quoted these inspiring words from the famous bloggers Tobi and Marcel.
Many travelers get worried of how their trip will be. Is it safe? Is it tough? Is it worthy? …… and many more questions raised. Doubting the plan will not run as it should to.
Having worries is a normal thing. We will fly far from home where family and friends are also too far to ask for help.
One of the smartest way overcome that case is by searching stories, reviews, or blog written by past traveler on internet. This is the cheapest and the easiest way.
Our Past Client Story
Hajar Trekking is very happy to have a honor to assist Catherine with 2 of her colleagues. She is a traveler and a new blogger who just started blogging as soon as she completed her Rinjani climb.
Take time to visit her following blogs to have inspiration:
I first read about Mount Rinjani when my bestie, MJ (get used to this name, she’ll definitely be making lotsa appearance in this blog, shall I keep blogging) climbed it, back in June 2014. After reading her post on Facebook, I did some googling on this mountain and that fact that it’s an active volcano had me sold. Although it lies 3,726m above sea level which is actually lower than Mount Kinabalu (4,096m), hikers who have scaled both mountains will assure you that Rinjani, despite being lower than Kinabalu is a much tougher hike (after doing both, I strongly agree with this claim), and is not to be taken lightly. Many attempted the summit, only to fail to do so, reaching only the crater rims.
She also tells how she got to know us as following….
The easiest way is definitely to fly into Lombok. Alternatively, you can also get to Lombok by taking a boat/ferry/domestic flight from Bali. AirAsia Malaysia was having flight promo somewhere end of last year and after psycho-ing a friend of mine, Yee Lu to tag along, I proceed to contact Hajar from Rinjani Trekking Planner (which was introduced to me by MJ) to arrange our hiking package. Once a specified date is agreed upon, I proceed to book flight return tickets from Kuala Lumpur to Lombok and from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (yes, it was way much cheaper than flying direct from Singapore and better flight time too)
Following is Rinjani trip gallery which is also posted by our best client, Jueying. She is a Singaporean traveler who used our Rinjani Trekking Service. Let’s see how she documented her trip on EXPOSURE