Mount Sibayak96 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Gunung Sibayak, Sempajaya, Berastagi, Karo Regency, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Lawang
Mount Sibayak is a stratovolcano where the last eruption happened over a century ago. However, geothermal activity in the form of hot springs and steam vents are a frequent occurrence in and around the volcano. The place has been a tourist attraction since the colonial times and by hiking here, you would be rewarded with spectacular views of the surrounding. A lot of people hike up early morning so as to catch the impressive sunrise while you can also choose to camp there at night. There are several routes that you can take depending on your hiking skills. If you feel tired after your hike at Mount Sibayak, there’s a hot spring somewhere down the volcano where you can relax.
How to Reach Mount Sibayak
- Get there on foot