Two feeds provide viewers with sightlines of the peak of Mount Agung. Mount Agung is an active volcano and the highest mountain in Bali. This sacred mountain is part of a chain of volcanoes that form the “backbone” of Bali and is currently a very active seismic and volcanic zone. The mountain has great religious significance for the Balinese people, who believe it to be a replica of Mount Meru, the central axis of the universe. This means that tourists looking to climb Mount Agung need to be sure there is not a religious pilgrimage occurring.
The first cam is a close up feed of the peak of Mount Agung. Available day and night, the mountain is bathed in darkness during the evening hours, which makes the feed mostly unavailable. During daylight hours, you’ll have a clear view of the peak. The camera is located some miles from the volcano, but zooms in regularly to provide an closer view of the peak and side of the volcano.