Mount Rinjani guide and porter all local with good experience
Most of the porter and trekking guide all of them from Senaru Village because they have always been to Rinjani Mountain for religious purpose (mediates, sacrifice, etc) they have great experience of the area and professional.
Our trek team ( mount Rinjani guide and porter ) is fully operated by a team of young, energetic people who are fanatical about keeping intact, while sharing the natural and cultural environments of the places we visit.
Rinjani Green Trails
Sustainability has always been at the heart of everything we do. We want everyone to trek in a way where they not only leave no trace, but they leave mountains better than they found them. This is the mission of our Green Trails initiative.
The most visible impact of the Green Trails initiative has been the removal of over 1-2 sack each porter of litter from trekking trails. Everyday, even as you read this, our team, including our trekkers, are cleaning up trails we used sack bags. While picking up litter is easy, they further do the most difficult work — they segregate the waste for the right way of disposal.
But Green Trails goes much beyond cleaning up of trails. GREENRINJANI works with sustainability at its core, whether it is in how we source our equipment, what we cook, how we buy provisions, or how we manage human waste at high altitudes..
We deal largely in Eco tourism & adventure travel, but for us adventures are not just the rugged kind. An adventure can take many forms and need involve little that is overly strenuous – to us every trip is a voyage of discovery and hence an adventure. The guiding philosophy behind each is that the trip be environmentally friendly and sustainable.
This means impacting as little as possible on the peoples and places we visit, always respecting the distinctiveness and special qualities of each. The way we do it must be environmentally-friendly as well as economically and physically efficient.
This means we trek, cook, camp and shows you more of the things with care and attentions. We use mechanized transport when we have to cover long distances in limited time; even so, we use local modes of transportation as far as possible to maximize exposure to the local lifestyles and to get close to the people. As a consequence, during the tours there is a lot of opportunity to learn about and from the indigenous peoples.