Tallest Volcanoes in Indonesia

By  RangerBob , views , updated
Categories: Nature Asia Pacific
Dataset contains 50 data items (see table below).


Tallest volcanoes in Indonesia. At 3,800 meters, Mount Kerinci of Sumatra island, Indonesia, is the tallest volcano both in Indonesia and Asia. Mount Kerinci is a highly active stratovolcano, having last erupted as recently as the year 2020. It is surrounded by the forests of Kerinci Seblat National Park, home to the indigenous Sumatran rhino and Sumatran tiger.

Compare Mount Kerinci with Mount Merapi

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