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Indonesia Seven Summit

As a country which is part of the Pacific Ring of Fire, Indonesia has around 400 volcanoes spreading in its archipelago of 5,000 km span. Indonesia leads the world in many volcano statistics, the country which has about 100 active volcanoes which represents 75% of all active volcanoes on the world, has the 1st and 2nd deadliest eruption, the most powerful eruptions history based on Volcano Eruption Index and 2nd rank of total eruptions (1,171 to date) after Japan.

Above the volcano statistic, Indonesia is one of the world most beautiful places for the tropical mountain and volcano trip. The fertile volcanic soil and rainfall, produce great tropical forests that cover the volcanoes. After the forest, the scenery become spectacular peaks, steaming craters and the appearance of the morning sun coming out of the contest on the eastern horizon. Beautiful mountain lakes are exist in some volcanoes.

If the world has its 7 Summits, then Indonesia has also its 7 Summits

The Indonesia 7 Summits concept has been introduced few years back by a mountaineer named Hendri Agustin. This concept refers to or based on the highest mountains on the seven islands in Indonesia, not the difficulty or else. However, these 7 mounts has their own characteristics of track, difficulty, scenery, history, surrounding culture and myths.

No matter why people climb the Seven Summits, they all have at least one goal in common: adventure..! And Dody Adventure, as The 1st Hiking & Expedition Operator for Indonesia 7 Summits, takes its satisfaction in supporting mountaineers of their desire for adventure, experiencing climbing challenging the Indonesia 7 Summits.



Mount Kerinci

Mount Kerinci (3,805 masl) in Sumatera Island
Mount Kerinci is located in the border of Jambi Province and West Sumatera. It is about 130 km south of Padang, the capital of West Sumatera Province. It is surrounded by the lush forest of Kerinci Seblat National Park, home to the endangered species of Sumatran tiger. At the summit there is a deep 600 m wide crater, often partially filled by a small crater lake on the northeast side of the crater floor. As the highest active volcano in Indonesia, Kerinci continues to spew clouds of sulphurous smoke, with plumes reaching as high as 1,000 m above the summit.


Mount Semeru

Mount Semeru (3,676 masl) in Java Island
Mount Semeru is a stratovolcano located in East Java, in the border of of administration area of Malang Regency and Lumajang. As part of Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, Semeru lies at the south end of the Tengger Volcanic Complex. It has been in a state of near-constant eruption from 1967 to the present. The erupting volcano, the mountain savannah, and the lake, the sceneries around here are awesome sight to behold. The volcano itself belches out a huge cloud of steam and smoke every 20 minutes or so.


Mount Rinjani

Mount Rinjani (3,726 masl) in Nusa Tenggara Islands
Mount Rinjani is on the island of Lombok at the Gunung Rinjani National Parh of North Lombok Regency. It is the second highest active volcano in Indonesia which has a steep-sided conical profile when viewed from the east. The view from peak are the volcano itself, and its sacred, a spectacular oval shaped caldera called Segara Anak crater lake. On the edge of Segara Anak, there is a small volcanic cone, named Baru Jari. The highlands part are forest clad and mostly undeveloped and the lowlands are highly cultivated.


Mount Bukit Raya

Mount Bukit Raya (2,278 masl) in Kalimantan Island
Bukit Raya is a mountain located in Katingan Regency, Central Kalimantan province, as part of Bukit Baka-Bukit Raya National Park. It needs combined transportation modes, public bus, river boat and trekking, from the nearest airport to the mountain foot. The existence of these mountains is representative of the type of tropical mountain rain forest ecosystem with high relative humidity (86%). The trees grew close, creating a dense forest, and leech are the challenges to the summit. It is common to have cultural ceremony before the hiking, praying for the safety of the summiters.


Mount Latimojong

Rantemario Peak (3,430 masl) at Latimojong mountains in Sulawesi Island
Latimojong mountains is located on northern part of South Sulawesi, stretched across South Sulawesi until Middle Sulawesi. It has several peaks and the highest peak is Rantemario. Unlike most other Indonesian mountains, it is not a volcano. The ascent is a steep walk-up through mountain rain forest and best clear view on the top is at sunrise, later the view might soon be blocked by clouds coming up from the rain forest.


Mount Binaiya

Mount Binaiya (3,027 masl) in Maluku Islands
Binaiya Peak is a highest spot on the Seram island, located on Taman Nasional Manusela on the Maluku province. It is unique because of the towering height of 0 meters to 3027 meters above sea level, one of the one hundred most topographically prominent peaks on Earth. At the foot of the mountain, there are many rivers that stretches an area of 6-8 meters. Mount Binaiya is mountainous, sparsely populated, and almost completely covered with dense forests. It is best known for its large number of endemic bird species.


Mount Carstensz

Carstensz Pyramid (4,884 masl) in Papua Island
Carstensz Pyramid is the highest peak in Jaya Wijaya mountains at West Papua, one of the World 7 Summits. It is a mountain rock (limestone) and there is perpetual snow in some places. Rising from the high dense tropical forest, it is the most elusive of the 7 Summits. The views from the summit across the jungle of Irian Jaya are quite spectacular, including the mountain lake. An appropriate rope work skills and rock climbing experience is necessary. A combination of remote area, government restrictions, local political instability and frequent tribal warring would request a high degree of flexibility, as it is normal for dates and itineraries to change.


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