Rinjani Packing List and Some points to note: If you plan to summit or plan on going on a longer trip then you need to adjust accordingly by bringing more layers, thicker jacket, etc. The Essential, Must-have Gears A good backpack is a must, so you don’t hurt your back. I used a 35L North Face backpack with lumbar pad and support. With all the items listed below the bag weighed around 6kg. Add two 1.5L water bottles and it ended up being about 7-8kg.
Trekking Walking Pole / Stick – This is important, do NOT underestimate the power of a walking stick. Socks – Well fitting socks are so essential.
Clothes for the climb – It’s going to be hot and humid so I recommend wearing something thin. I wore a loose tank top, a light sports bra, and leggings. Any additional layers got too hot during the climb.
Clothes for night/sleeping time – I packed a fleece pajama similar to this and a basic cotton shirt to sleep in.
A very light, water-resistant jacket to fend off the cold mist once you’ve reached higher altitude. You have to remember that Rinjani is located in Indonesia, which a tropical country not far below the equator and this means it will be humid and hot. I recommend not to bring a thick jacket. You can just bring a thinner jacket and layer as needed.
So there is Rinjani Packing List If you plan to summit or plan on going on a longer trip then you need to adjust accordingly by bringing more layers, thicker jacket, etc.