The blue fire is ignited sulphuric gas, which emerges from cracks at temperatures up to 600 degrees Celsius (1,112 degrees Fahrenheit). Those gases are directly originated from the magmatic chamber under the volcano. The flames can be up to 5 metres high; some of the gas condenses to liquid and is still ignited. It is the largest blue flame area in the world and one of the purest sulfur mine. Escaping volcanic gases are channelled through a network of ceramic pipes, resulting in condensation of molten sulfur. The sulphur, which is deep red in colour when molten, pours slowly from the ends of these pipes and pools on the ground, turning bright yellow as it cools. The miners break the cooled material into large pieces and carry it away in baskets. Miners carry loads ranging from 75 kilograms to 90 kilograms, up 300 metres to the crater rim, with a gradient of 45 to 60 degrees and Most miners make this journey twice a day.


07.00 pick up service
07.00-11.00 pm drive to gilmanuk harbor
11.00-12.00 am go to java by fery
12.00-01.00 am drive to ijen parking area
01.00-02.30 am hiking to ijen crater rim
02.30-03.00 am down the crater for blue fire
03.00-04.00 am experience the blue fires
04.00-05.00 am back to the crater rim
05.00-06.00 am enjoy the view over the acidic lake and sunrise
06.00-07.00 am back to parking area
07.00-08.00 am breakfast
08.00-02.00 pm back to bali ( ubud )
2.00 PM finish the program


  • 1 pax : idr. 3.000.000
  • 2 pax : idr. 1.687.000/pax
  • 3 pax : idr. 1.343.000/pax
  • 4 pax : idr. 1.253.000/pax
  • 5 pax : idr. 1.224.000/pax
  • 6 pax : idr. 1.200.000/pax
  • 7 pax : idr. 1.142.000/pax
  • 8 pax : idr. 1.020.000/pax
  • 9 pax : idr. 933.000/pax
  • 10 pax : idr. 848.000/pax



  • Transfortation from Bali to Java
  • Fery
  • Entrance fee
  • Trakking guide
  • gas mask
  • local breakfast


  • Lunch and dinner
  • tiping guide and driver




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