BALI-IJEN-BROMO-JOGJAKARTA 4N/5D

Day 01 : Pick up from Bali

Start from your hotel in Bali (Denpasar, Sanur, Kuta or Ubud area), Our staff will take you to the most western tip of Bali to reach Gilimanuk ferry port for about 3 hours by a private car with AC then from Gilimanuk Harbor, We will take a ferry to cross Bali strait for about 1 hour to reach Ketapang ferry port of Banyuwangi in the most eastern tip of Java Island. On this trip, We will pass through the rural landscapes of West Bali. Lunch will be served at local restaurant on the way. Upon arrival in Ketapang ferry port then proceed for a short city tour in Banyuwangi. End of the afternoon drive up to Hotel for stay over night and having dinner before we can enjoy Ijen Crater Tours on next morning.

Day 02 : Ijen Blue Flames

Early wake-up call and having Breakfast, our Ijen Discovery vehicle will carry you to Ijen Crater. Lush vegetations, clove and coffee plantation precede the rainforest where humidity, wildlife, giant ferns and big trees cover this 2468 ha nature reserve. From the Park Ranger post starts the 90-minutes hike to Ijen Crater. The stunning unveils at 2383 meters altitude. The lake eerie color and smoke wafting from bright yellow sulfur deposits create the landscape desolate, barren and vibrantly alive. Sulfur miners emerge carrying up to 80 kilograms of ores in bamboo basket on their shoulders, climbing up along the treacherous path. After exploring Ijen Crater, We will drive down back to Banyuwangi Town, then directly drive to Mount Bromo area for about 4-5hours including stop on the way for having lunch at local restaurant. upon your arrival in Mt. Bromo area, you will stay at the Lava View Lodge or Bromo Cottages or Cemara Indah or Java Banana Hotel Bromo or similar where overlooking to the actives volcano of Mount Bromo, Batok and Mount Kursi around Tengger region for your enjoyable stay.

Day 03 : Bromo Sunrise Penanjakan

At 3 AM early morning the 4WD (JEEP) will bring you to the world’s most famous view point at Mount pananjakan on the rim of the Tengger caldera to see sunrise with its young volcanic including Mount Bromo and an active Mount Semeru in the back ground is breathtaking the play light shadow with sunrise reach Mountain succession from the top to the bottom and the usual fog of the caldera. Afterwards, the adventure be continued to an active Mount Bromo volcano. Then will take you back to the hotel for breakfast, take shower, packing, load the bags to the car and then transfer out to Yogyakarta. It will take about 10-11 hours including stop on the way for having lunch at local restaurant. You will be in Yogyakarta area in the evening then stay overnight at Yogyakarta hotel and having dinner.

Day 04 : Borobudur & Prambanan Temple

Morning earlier at 06.00 – 06.30 AM depart 42 km to the NW of Yogyakarta to visit Borobudur. A UNESCO world heritage site. 8th century Buddhist monument, the world’s largest. 7 terraces

About 300,000 years ago, volcanic activity in this area began building a large stratovolcano that is called “Old Ijen” today. Over thousands of years and repeated eruptions, it grew to an elevation of about 10,000 feet. Lava flows and pyroclastic deposits from Old Ijen disconformably overly the Miocene limestone.

Then, about 50,000 years ago, a series of enormous explosive eruptions produced a caldera about ten miles in diameter. About twenty cubic miles of material was ejected and covered the surrounding landscape up to 300 to 500 feet deep in ejecta and volcanic ash.

In the past 50,000 years, many small stratovolcanoes have formed within Old Ijen’s caldera and covered its southern and eastern margins. Kawah Ijen covers part of the eastern margin. Thousands of years of weathering have converted the pyroclastic deposits into rich, fertile soils which now support coffee plantations.

The volcano remains active. The last magmatic eruption occurred in 1817. Phreatic eruptions occurred in 1796, 1917, 1936, 1950, 1952, 1993, 1994, 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2002. These have caused very little damage but present a danger to anyone mining sulfur or visiting the caldera.

About 300,000 years ago, volcanic activity in this area began building a large stratovolcano that is called “Old Ijen” today. Over thousands of years and repeated eruptions, it grew to an elevation of about 10,000 feet. Lava flows and pyroclastic deposits from Old Ijen disconformably overly the Miocene limestone.

Then, about 50,000 years ago, a series of enormous explosive eruptions produced a caldera about ten miles in diameter. About twenty cubic miles of material was ejected and covered the surrounding landscape up to 300 to 500 feet deep in ejecta and volcanic ash.

In the past 50,000 years, many small stratovolcanoes have formed within Old Ijen’s caldera and covered its southern and eastern margins. Kawah Ijen covers part of the eastern margin. Thousands of years of weathering have converted the pyroclastic deposits into rich, fertile soils which now support coffee plantations.

The volcano remains active. The last magmatic eruption occurred in 1817. Phreatic eruptions occurred in 1796, 1917, 1936, 1950, 1952, 1993, 1994, 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2002. These have caused very little damage but present a danger to anyone mining sulfur or visiting the caldera.

About 300,000 years ago, volcanic activity in this area began building a large stratovolcano that is called “Old Ijen” today. Over thousands of years and repeated eruptions, it grew to an elevation of about 10,000 feet. Lava flows and pyroclastic deposits from Old Ijen disconformably overly the Miocene limestone.

Then, about 50,000 years ago, a series of enormous explosive eruptions produced a caldera about ten miles in diameter. About twenty cubic miles of material was ejected and covered the surrounding landscape up to 300 to 500 feet deep in ejecta and volcanic ash.

In the past 50,000 years, many small stratovolcanoes have formed within Old Ijen’s caldera and covered its southern and eastern margins. Kawah Ijen covers part of the eastern margin. Thousands of years of weathering have converted the pyroclastic deposits into rich, fertile soils which now support coffee plantations.

The volcano remains active. The last magmatic eruption occurred in 1817. Phreatic eruptions occurred in 1796, 1917, 1936, 1950, 1952, 1993, 1994, 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2002. These have caused very little damage but present a danger to anyone mining sulfur or visiting the caldera.

to the top represent the steps from earthly realm to Nirvana. Reliefs depicting the birth, enlightenment and the death of the Buddha. Extra visit to Pawon and Mendut tempe located near by and are believed to have been built on one straight line with the Borobudur. The journey then continued to beautiful Hindhu Temple of Prambanan and Sewu Temples. Afterwards back to the hotel.

Day 05 : Departure

Breakfast at hotel. Free program until check out and departure to Yogyakarta airport for flight home (According to your flight schedule). End of service.

INCLUDE PACKAGE :

– Tax and Service
– Accommodation for 4 Nights
– Breakfast at Hotel
– Private Full AC Transport
– English Speaking Driver
– Entrance Fee Ticket
– Petrol, Fee Parking, & Donation

EXCLUDE PACKAGE :
– Meals (Lunch & Dinner)

– Personal Expenses