Mount Agung Trekking



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Mount Agung is the highest mountain in Bali which has 3.142 meters high above sea level. At the bottom of Mount Agung, there are two large temples are called Besakih Temple, which is the largest temple in Bali and Pasar Agung Temple.

We can climb Mount Agung from various directions. The two shortest and most popular routes are from Pura Besakih (Besakih Temple), on the southwest side of the mountain and from Pura Pasar Agung (Pasar Agung Temple), on the southern slopes.

The easiest most common route to Mount Agung starts from Pura Pasar Agung, a 30 minutes drive from Selat village. It takes around 3-4 hours of ascension will arrive at the crater rim (2880 m). On clear day we can see the sun to rise behind the Rinjani in nearby Lombok with great views south and east. If you want to see the sun rise you can start at 2 AM.


You can enjoy the sunrise while having your breakfast that has been prepared on the spot. You are also able to take pictures around it.You will be able to see the oval-shaped crater by looking straight down into it which is about 500 meters deep. In addition, you can see on your south the Mount Rinjani on the neighboring island of Lombok. After you enjoy the beautiful scenery, you only have to spend 3 hours to go back to Pasar Agung Temple.


Estimated pick up time based on area :
- Nusa Dua / Jimbaran :11.00 PM  & return at 03.00 PM
- Kuta / Legian / Seminyak area : 11.30 PM & return at 02.45 PM
- Sanur : 11.00 PM & return at 02.00 PM
- Tabanan : 10.30 PM & return at 04.00 PM
- Amed : 11.00 PM & return at 01.00 PM
- Padang Bai : 12.00 AM & return at 01.00 PM
- Ubud area : 11.30 PM & return at 02.00 PM

The rates are including of : hotel transfers, entrance fees, experienced English speaking guide, hot coffee or tea, souvenir, sandwich and mineral water.

Notes :

- During the ceremony days in Besakih Temple, Pasar Agung Temple and its surroundings, the trekking activities to Mount Agung are not allowed.
- Trekking to Mount Agung start from Besakih Temple especially for experience trekkers, due to the route is extreme and for beginner trekkers we suggest you start from Pasar Agung Temple.

The mentioned days are :

- Purnama Kelima (during the 5th full moon night) for 11 days
- Purnama Kedasa (during the 10th full moon night) for 11 days
- Buda Wage Kulantir for 5 days

If you would like to know the details of mentioned days in Gregorian calender or the weather conditions, please contact us.

The trekking will be guided by Mr. Gung Bawa who has been climbing Mount Agung since 1996.
He will arrange your trip more than just a trekking..

If you will go in a group or students, please contact us for a special deal.

What you should bring to trek Mount Agung :

- Hiking shoes
- Long pants
- Jacket

We will provide the other equipments such as : flash light, tend, walking sticks, etc

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