Mt. Agung Trekking

A symmetrical mountain is partly covered by clouds encompassed by greeneries and sea. Mount Batur Trekking | Bespoke Indonesia Holiday.
Mount Agung, soaring to a peak of 3,142 meters above sea level | Bespoke Indonesia Holiday
Additional Information:

While Mt. Batur can be challenging for some people, Mt. Agung is another level. To climb Mt. Agung, you need to be regularly active and have a great fitness level.

Pasar Agung Temple offers a shorter route and does not involve camping. This trek takes approximately 4-5 hours to reach the summit; however, trekking is prohibited during ceremonies at the temple.

For a safer trekking experience, it’s advisable to climb Mount Agung during the dry season between April and September. In contrast, the rainy season can make the paths slippery, increasing the risk of accidents.

Climbing the Agung Volcano is prohibited during ceremonies at Besakih and Pasar Agung Temple.

In addition to the above, women who are experiencing their menstrual cycle are not permitted to climb the sacred mountain. According to Balinese tradition, disregarding these restrictions will bring unfortunate events for the climbers.


Price: USD150 per person based on a minimum two participants.



Return transfers in an air-conditioned vehicle
English speaking trekking guide
Entrance fee and trekking permit
Trekking equipment (head torch, walking stick, and jacket if needed)
Proper picnic breakfast
Mineral water, Coffee or tea
Lunch at a local eatery



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