Pulau Satonda is a volcanic crater island located off the northern tip of Sumbawa and was formed by the eruption of Mt. Satonda 10,000 years ago. We ventured to Sumbawa in late 2020 to explore the region in the midst of the pandemic. As we set off across the Flores Sea, we watched the sunrise reveal the contours of the surrounding landscape, including neighbouring Mt. Tambora. It’s said that when Tambora erupted in 1815 (the most powerful volcanic eruption in recorded history), a colossal wave washed over the edge of Satonda’s crater rim, resulting in the salt-water lake we see today.
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