Mt. Tambora, stands at 2,722 m, is an active stratovolcano on the island of Sumbawa, West Nusa Tenggara. Tambora’s 1815 outburst was the largest volcanic eruption in recorded history that caused global climate anomalies to a devastating effect across America and Europe throughout 1816. Upon the eruption, Tambora’s height was almost cut in half and formed one of the largest volcanic craters in the world. As one of the majestic destinations in Indonesia, Tambora offers adventurous treks, vast nature view of Indonesia’s eastern hemisphere, and an unforgettable experience.