Lampung province is located at the southern tip of Sumatra island. The provincial capital, Bandar Lampung, is easily accessible from Jakarta, by aeroplane or by DAMRI bus (via ferry across the Sunda Strait) from Gambir station. Anak Krakatau, Rakata and Sebesi are all islands in the Sunda Strait. The first of these is, of course, the new volcano which rose from the ocean three decades after the original Krakatau erupted in 1883 and continues to grow by approximately 5 metres a year.
Rajabasa, Pesawaran (Ratai) and Tanggamus are forest peaks all within easy reach of Bandar Lampung. Pesagi and Tebak are slightly harder to reach, lying in West Lampung, yet both have certainly been hiked in recent years.
A Selection of Photos of Lampung’s Ribus
Map of Lampung’s Ribus
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Statistics and Links to Lampung’s Ribus
|Pesagi||2,230 m||1,373 m||Tinggi Sedang||Sumatra|
|Tebak||2,115 m||1,150 m||Tinggi Sedang||Sumatra|
|Tanggamus||2,102 m||1,382 m||Tinggi Sedang||Sumatra|
|Pugung||1,964 m||990 m||Spesial||Sumatra|
|Seminung||1,881 m||958 m||Spesial||Sumatra|
|Pesawaran (Ratai)||1,682 m||1,265 m||Kurang Tinggi||Sumatra|
|Rajabasa||1,281 m||1,259 m||Kurang Tinggi||Sumatra|
|Sebesi||844 m||844 m||Spesial||Sebesi|
|Rakata||813 m||813 m||Spesial||Rakata|
|Anak Krakatau||157 m||157 m||Spesial||Anak Krakatau|