These guidelines help to minimize the impact of your visit on the natural environment and also on other visitors. Please help to keep the park unspoiled for future visitors.
Remove the rubbish :
Littering will make the place become unattractive and harmful to wildlife. Plan your trip to minimize the rubbish by not bringing bottles and cans. Mount Rinjani has a “pack it in –pack it out” policy, so please be sure to carry out the pack for whatever you carry in.
Keep to the track :
By keeping to the track, you will avoid trampling undergrowth and get the risk of getting lost in the forest.
Camp with care :
When camping, please do not leave any trace for your visit.
Keep streams and lake clean :
Take good care of the clean water source by talking water in a container. Please do not use soap or detergent as it is harmful to the creatures that live in the streams. Please drain the used water into the ground.
Bury toilet waste :
In areas without toilet facilities, bury your toilet waste in a shallow hole well away from waterways, tracks, campsites and shelter. Take care with fires. Portable fuel stoves are less harmful to the environment and are more efficient than fires. If it is a must for you to use the fire, keep it small and make sure that the fire is extinguished before leave by dousing it with water and remember to check on the ashes.
Respect culture and natural heritage :
Help to protect the spiritual and historical significance of Mt. Rinjani by respecting our local culture. Conserve wildlife and plants of the National Park by not removing anything.
Consider other visitors :
Walk quietly trough the forest to make sure you do not disturb the wildlife that you and others have the chance to see.
Enjoy your visit :
Enjoy your visit and before leaving the area take one last look – will the next visitor know that you have been here?