It is said that Mount Rinjani was created when monkeys playing with the moon, broke three pieces off and dropped them to Earth. One piece became Mount Merapi in Java, one became Bali's Mount Agung and one became Mount Rinjani. Believed to be the home of the Goddess Anjani, for the island’s indigenous Sasak people this mountain is a sacred link between Lombok and the heavens. An active volcano, trails up to the summit offer spectacular vistas of the ocean and the surrounding countryside.
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