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Mount Agung Hiking Tour
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A must climb even if you can't summit. It has many life lessons to teach if you listen to nature and the elements around you.

Thank hafiz25890
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Reviewed 1 week ago

During our stay at Candidassa we went on a boat tour offshore, The view of the volcano was superb as we could see the smoke rising from the top. Not possible to get any closer as the exclusion zone was active.

Thank Brian D
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were not allowed close tot he volcano as it had been identified as 'about to blow', however we were close enough to feel the change int he air and see the steam.

Thank stiffle2017
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Reviewed 11 January 2018 via mobile

This volcano has been rumbling and puffing for quite some time. Some websites exaggerate the conditions and the warnings caused many tourists to change their travel plans. We took the advise of the resort and came anyway as the airport was reopened. The volcano has...More

1  Thank JUSTINE-JESSE
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Reviewed 28 November 2017 via mobile

Hired a driver, not with the intention of climbing Mt Agung but just of seeing the active volcano, he was game enough to take us into the exclusion zone and right to the Temple complex within 1km of the action. The temple complex which is...More

6  Thank Scott K
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Reviewed 24 November 2017 via mobile

It was much harder than expected. Make sure you got proper shoes and clothes for the climb. It was rather dirty at the top. we realised we climbed the wrong way so make sure you look out when coming near the top so you’re on...More

1  Thank 12345HMN
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Reviewed 8 November 2017

It was lovely to see the mountain and learned that the last time the volcano erupted from there was back in 1963. The areas has wonderful views and great restaurants nearby which serve as great picture post cards....Restaurant offers buffet and the food wasn't disappointing...More

Thank UH M
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Reviewed 29 September 2017

Exhausting night trekking from 2AM to 6AM – worth every effort though. Impressive views, spiritual recharging. I did this – in my current view rather extreme – trekking with Yoko from Sidemen. He owns a warung (Dwi Mertha) and organises tours – either trekking in...More

3  Thank Octavian D
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Reviewed 13 September 2017

I always enjoy hiking here especially the night hiking. Just love the view along the way although the trail is not easy. But there are few route options that we can choose from. The easiest one would be via Pasar Agung while tougher one will...More

Thank Tracy C
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Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

Challenging climb towards the top, took 4h and camped to have coffee while waiting for the sun to rise. The trek was worth it! Awesome feeling at the top. :)

Thank shuhoohui
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faarnaz
23 December 2017|
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Response from Scott K | Reviewed this property |
Hi Franz, we just decided to go to Mt Agung on the spur of the moment and hired a driver through the hotel we were staying at (Canggu Beach Apartments) which I can also thoroughly recommend, see review if interested). But... More
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leanne m
29 November 2017|
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Response from BennoAisha |
Dont even dream of getting close to Mt Agung. Volcanos are imprevisible, and although the wind has turned (on November 28) which made it possible to re-open the airport, you should keep a minimum distance of 20 km from the... More
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Richard F
22 September 2017|
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Response from Fernando G |
Hi richard I am in padang bai till tomorrow 26.09.17. maybe 25km from the vulcano. You notice noting. They have still many tourist. Ouer hotel is full, no free rooms. They have only evacuating people who lives next to... More
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