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Lake Gunung Tujuh Trekking & Mt. Kerinci – Private Trip - 5 Days

Lake Gunung Tujuh

Lake Gunung Tujuh Trekking  – (Lake Mount Tujuh / Mt. Tujuh) is located in the crater of Mt. Tujuh, near the Village Pelompek, Kerinci regency, Jambi province, Indonesia. The lake is the pride for the Kerinci community because Mount Tujuh is the lake at the highest altitude in Southeast Asia and at the same time the second largest lake after Lake Toba, Sumatra.

In addition to a view of the beautiful lake you can also have a view of one of the six mountains around namely:

1. Mount Hulu Tebo with a height of 2.525 meters above sea level;

2. Mount Hulu Sangir with a height of 2.330;

3. Mount Madura Besi with an altitude of 2.418;

4. Mount Selasih with an altitude of 2.230;

5. Mount Jar Panggang with a height of 2.469;

6. Mount Tujuh with the highest peak at 2.732.

Also nearby is the Mount Tujuh waterfall originating from Mt. Tujuh itself. To reach the waterfall you can follow the path which is not far from the checkpoint.

Besides the natural beauty, the clean air and magnificent scenery this area offers some unique flora and fauna including: tigers, bears, warthogs, many kinds of tropical birds and butterflies. The flora includes many types of orchid flowers and tropical pitcher plants or Monkee cups (a carnivorous plant).

Near the lake are a few places to stay for the night which can be booked before you start the climb. In the weekends the lake can be bit crowded by other climbers and researchers, so to fully enjoy the lake better go up on a weekday.

Mount Kerinci

Mt. Kerinci and Lake Gunung Tujuh are favorite outdoor activity for mountaineer. Mount Kerinci is an active volcano with an altitude of 3805 Masl and it is the highest volcano in Southeast Asia. The trek to reach the peak is around 7 Km and takes at least 2 days and 1 night to reach the summit and back down. The temperature in the campsite to the peak reaches a minimum of 4 – 50C  in summer, and the average temperature reaches 10 – 150C.

Day 1
Airport to Kerinci (Homestay) By Mini Van

Arrive at Minang Kabau International Airport in the morning at 9.00 am, Padang, you are welcomed by the team or driver and then you will be transferred to your homestay in Kerinci. Normally,it take about 8 hours to Kerinci.

Day 2
Trek To Mount Kerinci (Campsite/Shelter III)

In the morning after breakfast we begin to trek. It take about 6 – 8 hours depend on your level fitness to Campsite/Shelter III. We must stay and camping for a night at Campsite/shelter III.

Day 3
Summit Attack, Back to Homestay

Early morning at 04.00 Am, then we will start summit attack of Mount Kerinci(3.805M) for enjoying the spectacular sunrise, The beautiful landscape, taking picture on the top of the highest volcano of Sumatra. after that we back to campsite and get ready go down back to homestay.

Day 4
Hiking Lake Gunung Tujuh and Drop Out Airport

In the morning after breakfast we begin to trek. It take about 40 minutes with local transport and then hike take about 3 hours to the lake for enjoy Lake Gunung Tujuh landscape, swim, taking the picture and then get ready back to homestay.

Arrived at the homestay we get a rest for a while and take shower,refresh and have meals before night driving to Padang airport. Arrive at Padang airport on the following morning.

Day 5
Arrived at Padang

Arrive at Padang airport on the following morning, catch up with early flight to your onwards flight. End Trip

*recommended for extra 1 days for sight seeing tour in Padang , will be change follow your flight schedule, also possible to island Hopping or city tour in Padang

Trek Include

  • Transportation & Pick up service at Padang airport return
  • All transportation to destination
  • Homestay base share (twin/triple) bed
  • Meals as indicated on the itinerary
  • Mineral water
  • Snack/fruite
  • Coffee & Tea
  • Camping Equipment (tent max 3 person, cooking set, matress)
  • Mountain Porter(brings camping equipment)
  • Sleeping bag By request
  • First Aid
  • Mountain Guide
  • National Park entrance permit
  • Sertificate (summiter)
  • Insurance During Trip
  • Documentation (Photos and Cinematic Video)

Trek Exclude

  • Flight Ticket
  • All meals not indicated
  • Tips for guide and porters
  • All expenses of a personal nature
  • Personal Porter

Term & Condition

  • We must have good physical condition when climbing Mt. Kerinci.
  • The departure schedule is determined by your own.
  • For those who have special diseases such as asthma, hypertension, diabetes, Epilepsy we recommend consulting a doctor first and show medical check to us.
  • You must bring 2 copies of ID (KTP / SIM / Passport).

Our Responsible :

Kerinci Paradise will provide best services for our client, but as a trekking organizer and all agents are not responsible and cannot be prosecuted if :

  • Something happened beyond our control both subjectively (ourselves) and objectively (From Nature)
  • Kerinci Paradise if cancel your trip because of due to unavoidable circumstance such as govt. restriction, landslide, road blockage, flood, Political unrest, eruption. we will provide alternative trip. If would not interest to do alternative trip we will make a refund as cancellation of the trek behalf of the client.
  • Personal items such as money, jewelry, electronics for any reason.

You Must Bring :

Equipment:

Required :

  • Carrier/Backpack + Rain Cover
  • Mountain Jacket (waterproof/windproof)
  • Raincoat
  • Headlamp
  • Trekking shoes (Recommend hiking boot)
  • Extra clothes (T-Shirt, stocking, pants)
  • Glove
  • Cap Gear
  • Water blader
  • personal medicine
  • Wipes Tissue

Optional :

  • Buff
  • Trass bag
  • Trekking pole
  • Spectacles

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Frequently asked Questions

How fit do I need to be to do this trek?

Mount Kerinci is a Chalengging or a moderately difficult trekking route. So any fit person can do this trek, even if you do not have any previous experience. You should be aware of what to expect and mentally prepare for it. Then, as long as you will to, you can.

When was the eruption of Mount Kerinci?

Kerinci volcano eruptions: 1838, 1842, 1874(?), 1878, 1908-09, 1921, 1923, 1936, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1952, 1960, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969-70, 1971(?), 1990, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2001-02, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2016Sumber :https://www.volcanodiscovery.com

Trip Reviews
5 stars
- based on1 reviews
  1. “The best view comes after the hardest climb.”
    Cynthiaherin Migin Duai2nd August, 2019

    Hai, my name is Cynthia from Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. ( East Malaysia). This is my first time to climb Mt kerinci, the tallest volcano in Indonesia and the highest peak in Sumatra (3805m) . Mount Kerinci's charm lies in its serenity and natural beauty. There were 10 of us in a group. Thanks to our guide Mr Jet Herwanto and porters. His team was extremely thoughtful. While Mr Jet led the way, another porter would look out for us at the back. The climb was tough as it required a lot of climbing on fours, swinging from branches to rock to trunk. The porters even followed us to the summit in case any of us wanted to give up. The team also took care of our meals on the mountain and pitched our tents long before we reached the campsite. I highly recommend him. He (our guide) picked us from Padang Airport and took care of us all the way - arranging for homestay, hot meals & drinks during the trek, porter and transport back to Padang Airport. A very professional guide and experienced trekker. He can be reach at https://www.kerinciparadise.com & Whatsapp +6281279653805.We climbed Mt. Kerinci on July 25th 2019. It was a fantastic experience and it's very beautiful mountain. There are 3 posts and after post 3 you will see 3 shelters in sequence. The climbing terrain is composed of 5 distinct sections. From the start of the climb at Kersik Tuo village to the peak of Mt Kerinci, there is much variation in the terrain – from tea plantations to thick rain forest and subalpine vegetation to cracks carved into the rocks by molten lava.The 20 minute drive from Kersik Tuo village to the Kerinci Seblat National Park Entrance takes us through tea plantations, rice fields and the villages of the farming population. The more adventurous climbers may choose to walk this distance. The stretch from Kerinci Seblat National Park Entrance to Shelter 1 takes approximately 3.5 hours to cover over a distance of about 7km. It passes through typical lowland rainforest vegetation, and is generally not very challenging except for fallen trees along the way, and 1-2ft high natural steps made from roots that you will need to negotiate. From Shelter 1 onwards, the trail grows steeper and the climb gets a bit arduous. The rainforest here borders with tundra vegetation. We find ourselves stepping over moss covered tree trunks and stones. Shelter 2 – Shelter 3 of the trail is steep and shaped like a culvert. It is covered in subalpine vegetation and need to rely on the thick gnarly roots for support to climb. The soil is loose and slippery especially if it is wet and the best negotiating points are the intertwined roots that reach down into the culvert and provide a surer footrest. The final stretch of the climb, generally attempted in the morning on the second day, is a rocky terrain with high altitude winds and no vegetation. It takes about 1.5 hours to climb. The soil is loose and there are shallow screes to negotiate. Good climbing gloves and a headlamp are very essential to tackle this stretch. At the end of the day, this place is worthwhile, and unforgetable! Absolutely memorable experience, Kerinci was a tough but rewarding climb. Danau gunung tujuh was beautiful as well. I would recommend Kerinci Paradise tour as we enjoyed it. That’s all from me.

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Price From IDR Rp 2,800,000/person
Group Discount Available
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Cost Per Adult Traveler:
Rp 2800000 IDR
2800000
Total Rp 2,800,000 IDR

Trip Facts

  • Chalenging
  • 3805 Meter Above Sea Level
  • Padang, West Sumatra/Padang, West Sumatra
  • During the dry months from March to September
  • October to February
  • Get special cost for up 6 participant