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"warm clothes"
in 19 reviews
"besakih temple"
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"hiking shoes"
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"tree line"
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"highest peak"
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"coming down"
in 10 reviews
"wind breaker"
in 5 reviews
"head torch"
in 6 reviews
"energy bars"
in 4 reviews
"clear sky"
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"sun rising"
in 5 reviews
"amazing sunrise"
in 9 reviews
"takes hours"
in 6 reviews
"loose gravel"
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"tough hike"
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"steep incline"
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"easy climb"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Experienced driving on an unknown road with our driver and all of a sudden came around a corner looked back and saw the best view of Mt Agung it was smoking as well . Even our driver was so exited to see it so close...More

1  Thank GHerbert1960
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

After erupted in May 2018, no one allowed to do a hike, but I and a mate had a chance to visit this mountain through Pura Pasar Agung. It took 4 hours to the top, not a real top, but from this side, we can...More

1  Thank Meyly A
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Reviewed 9 June 2018

Moutn Agung Bali... The to of Mount Agung reach sub-alpine altitude, Mount Agung has been in eruption status last year, it is still not widely allowed for climber officially but in individual or personal eager there are some climbers to this Bali highest top of...More

3  Thank baturglobalin4mation
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Reviewed 8 May 2018

When the Mount Agung erupted in November 2017 it disrupted a lot of lives, including the local Balinese as well as tourist. Now in May 2018 it is possible to go to see Mount Agung once again

7  Thank Tvler8
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Reviewed 10 March 2018

Imagine...you are so close to a live/sleeping volcano! Getting so close to feel the cool hard rock-form of lava that this mountain erupt! It was a great moment looking at the top part from a top and safe side. Thanks to Bali tourism authority for...More

7  Thank Dedar1
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Reviewed 17 February 2018 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.

2  Thank hafiz25890
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Reviewed 13 February 2018

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 6 February 2018

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 StiffleEverywhere
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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

9  Thank Scott K
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Zilvinas G
6 June 2018|
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Response from StiffleEverywhere | Reviewed this property |
You need to go there and ask the locals - they will know day by day the possibilities of trekking, but I doubt it.
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