Mount Bromo Tour From Surabaya 2D/1N
Tour itinerary of Surabaya Mount Bromo Tour 2 days 1 night are:
Day 01: Surabaya Cemoro Lawang Probolinggo | Mount Bromo Tour
Day 02: Bromo Hotel | Mount Bromo Tour
price list | Mount Bromo Tour
1 person IDR 3.800.000/pax
2 person IDR 2.050.000/pax
3 person IDR 1.550.000/pax
4 person IDR 1.350.000/pax
5 person IDR 1.200.000/pax
6 person IDR 1.100.000/pax
- Private Transportation Full AC
- 1 nite hotel Bromo at Bromo Permai Hotel, Cafe Lava Hostel or Cemara Indah Hotel, Yoshi Hotel, Nadia Hotels or similar hotel/homestay ( standard room with breakfast, cool & hot shower )
- Extra charge update to Lava View Lodge, Bromo Terrace, SM Hotel, Jiwa Jawa Resort, Whiz Capsule, Bromo Ecolodge, and Plataran Bromo
- Entrance fee visit Mt Bromo
- English speaking Guide
- Lunch, dinner, beer
- Travel Insurance
- Personal Expenses
- Horse Riding
Best time to visit Mount Bromo
Mount Bromo is one of the famous sunrise and volcano in east java Indonesia. It in order occurs to be surrounded by way of numerous other volcanoes in one of the most magnificent landscapes you’ll ever set eyes on. Jeep excursions to mount Bromo are one of the maximum popular sports in east java
When is the best time to visit Mount Bromo?
In terms of weather, the best time to visit Mount Bromo volcano is during the dry season from April until October.
Rainfall will be high from November to March, and in the morning it will be foggy so that we cannot see the beauty of the sunrise. but the Bromo Tengger National park is still open to visitors during this period.
Where is Mount Bromo located and what does the landscape look like?
Mount bromo is positioned inside the massive tengger caldera in bromo-tengger-semeru country wide park in east java. The nearest essential city serving worldwide flights could be Surabaya, which is about four-five hrs’ of power away. There are five volcanoes within the caldera; mount Bromo (2,329 m), mount Batok (2,470 m), mount Kursi (2,581 m), mount Watangan (2,661 m), and mount Widodaren (2,650 m).
The 5 volcanoes in the caldera are surrounded by an enormous location of sand called the lautan pasir, which in turn is covered by using the steep crater wall of the caldera.
Mount Pananjakan placed at the caldera’s rim is one of the first-rate locations to watch the entire volcanic complicated. From mount Pananjakan, one also can see the majestic fuming mount Semeru (tallest mountain in java) positioned in the south at the back of the caldera.
How long does it take to climb Mount Bromo?
The trail to the top of Mount Bromo Summit is free. It takes about 20-30 minutes depending on how quickly you can haul yourself up the sandy slope. Many tourists decide it is a good idea to have a horse haul them up the hill.
How to climb Mount Bromo? | Mount Bromo Tour
Mount Bromo is an easy climb and is more about exploring the expansive crater. Generally, people start from the Mount Penanjakan viewpoint (technically, Mount Bromo is the small volcanic dome in the middle of the crater) at sunrise.
Then you descend into the caldera, and either walk, ride a horse or take a motorbike to the base of Bromo in the middle of the caldera.
If it’s safe, guides will help you scramble to the top of the volcanic dome, otherwise, you can explore other parts of the caldera. An entrance ticket must be bought at the Park entrance. Getting to the first viewpoint can be done by jeep.
Time to climb |Mount Bromo Tour
Most tourists spend the night at the nearby village of Cemero Lawang and opt for a jeep ride up the viewing points on Mount Penanjakan and down to the Sea of Sand before arriving at the base of Mount Bromo, from where everyone walks up the stairs to the edge of the crater.
If you are opting for jeep and horse rides to Mount Bromo and back and only scaling the stairs on foot, the entire trip will take you less than half a day.
Start the walk up the stairs to the summit of Mount Bromo. There are 240 of them, with a few rests stops along the way if you would like to take a break. The stairs are equipped with handrails to ease the difficulty of the steep incline. But the constant ash spewing from the crater and the swirling sand can make it slippery in certain parts.
Entrance fee Mount Bromo tour
Entrance fee Price to Mount Bromo East Java or entrance fee to Mt Bromo is always in talking by foreign tourists, therefore we will give info about the latest Bromo ticket prices. For those who are tourists both domestic and foreign tourists.
the province of East Java is one of the provinces in Indonesia that has many beautiful attractions. Which makes a lot of tourists want to spend their vacation by a visit to this province.
How Much is the Entrance Fee info to Mount Bromo East Java
The price of admission to Mount Bromo turned out to be different, almost the same as the entrance fee to Mount Semeru. For domestic tourists, the admission price increased in May 2015 to
IDR. 27,500,- IDR. 29.000,– rupiah, from the original price of IDR. 10,000,- rupiah. Price IDR. 217.000,- Idr. 220.000,- rupiah must be paid by tourists from abroad in May 2015 if you want to go to Mount Bromo. Experienced an increase from the initial price of IDR. 57,000 rupiah.
Prices are only valid on weekdays. And it will be different again if it comes at a weekend or holiday. Domestic tourists must pay an entrance fee of
IDR. 32,500 Idr. 34.000,- rupiah, and while for tourists from abroad will cost IDR. 317,500,- Idr. 320.000,- rupiah. So, Below for the updated entrance fee 2020 to Bromo:
|FOREIGNER (WNA)||Rp. 220.000,- /Day||Rp. 320.000,-/Day|
|LOCAL VISITOR||Rp, 29.000,- /Day||Rp. 34.000,- /Day|
Finally, the Entrance fee to Bromo, there is a very drastic increase, but the price will not be heavy anymore and will not be felt if later we will be treated to an amazing natural panorama charming.
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Mount Bromo | Mount Bromo Tour
This national park is named after its two mountains, Mount Semeru (the highest in Java at 3,676m), Mount Bromo (the most popular) and the Tengger people who inhabit the area.
Mount Semeru also known as Mahameru (“Great Mountain”), is one of Indonesia’s most active volcanoes. What stands out most about this mountain is the fact that it erupts periodically (and very reliably). Every 20min or so, the volcano belches out a huge cloud of steam and smoke, sometimes interspersed with ash and stones.
Climbing Mount Semeru requires some planning and a permit from the national park authority. The mountain is often closed due to its highly active nature.
Mount Bromo (2,329m) is easily recognized as the entire top has been blown off and the crater inside constantly belches white sulfurous smoke. It sits inside the massive Tengger caldera. with a diameter of approximately 10km, surrounded by the Laut Pasir (Sea of Sand) of fine volcanic sand. The overall effect is unsettlingly unearthly, especially when compared to the lush green valleys all around the caldera.
The major access point is Cemoro Lawang (also Cemara Lawang or Cemora Lawang – blame the East Javanese accent!) at the northeastern edge of the caldera, but there are also trails from Tosari (northwest) and Ngadas (southwest).
The village of Ngadisari, on the road from Probolinggo about 5.5km before Cemoro Lawang, marks the entrance to the national park. Both Cemoro Lawang and Ngadisari are rather picturesque, with brightly-painted houses and flower beds outside.
Get around | Mount Bromo Tour
From the village of Cemoro Lawang, you can easily hike up Mount Bromo and Mount Penanjakan and the best time to do this is pre-dawn or later in the afternoon if you wish to avoid the hundreds of people on pre-arranged tours. Villagers offer horseback rides to the top of Mount Bromo and you can also hire a jeep to take you around the area (about Rp 350,000 for one jeep ride in the caldera).
Walking to the Bromo crater from Cemoro Lawang takes only 45 minutes: a path immediately to the right of Cemoro Indah Hotel will lead down to the Sea of Sand. There is no ticket checkpoint.
Temperatures on Mount Bromo are refreshingly cool during the day (although sunburn is still a real danger), but outright cold at night, as temperatures can drop to zero in the dry season and are rarely much above 5°C in the wet season. Some of the cheaper places to stay may not provide adequate blankets or heating, so come prepared.
If needed, you can rent jackets and hats at Cemoro Lawang and at the Penanjakan viewpoint for about IDR20,000. Hats and gloves are important if you wish to survive in the cold especially early in the morning, face masks would keep the dust away if the crowd gets big around the crater.
There are cases of malaria each year in the lower foothills of the park and any visitor planning a long stay or to camp in this area should take necessary precautions. This is not though a problem for those visiting Mount Bromo or the high plateau only.
The “path” at the top of the steps up to Mount Bromo is only about 1 meter wide and in places, the drop into the crater is sheer and considerable. Be careful, make sure you have a flashlight for any pre-dawn climb, and always have your wits about you. The steps can be covered with crater dust and it’s possible to slip while climbing. Be wary.
Bromo is an active volcano, and Semeru is a very active volcano. In June 2004, two tourists were killed at Bromo by rocks flung from a sudden explosion. The Smithsonian Institute’s Volcanic Activity Report keeps an eye on both and is worth checking.
It gets very cold up on the high tops at night, probably colder than anywhere in Indonesia outside of the glacial highlands of Papua. Be suitably prepared for nighttime temperatures not far above zero.
Mount Bromo Tour Package
Bromo ijen tour 3 Day 2 Night From Surabaya
3 Day 2 Night Bromo Ijen Tour is a chance to see the natural highlights of East Java. Over three days you visit Bromo, and Ijen crater. You will watch the sunrise from the viewpoint overlooking the Bromo crater, and taking a midnight tour of Ijen to see the electric blue flames and the turquoise crater lake.
Day 01: Arrival |Bromo Ijen Tour
Our driver will pick you up from Juanda International Airport Surabaya or your hotel in Surabaya, then drive you to the Mount Bromo area around 3-4 hours. Afterward, you will stay there for one night and for free leisure.
Day 02 : Bromo Sunrise Penanjakan | Bromo ijen tour
At 3:00 AM the 4WD (JEEP) will bring you to the world’s most famous viewpoint 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.
Afterwards, the adventure is continued to an active Mount Bromo volcano. Then will take you back to the hotel for breakfast, take shower, packing, loading bags, to the vehicle then we will drive you
to Banyuwangi regency and it takes around 6 hours drive including stops on the way to having lunch at the Local Restaurant. You’re your arrival in Banyuwang Regency, you will stay at the hotel.
Day 03: Ijen Crater Blue Fire & Departure
At 12.30 AM, We will pick you up and take you to the slope of Mount Ijen, passing through plantations and rainforest. This is one of the few remaining on the island of Java with giant ferns and plants, and big trees, this journey takes approximately 1,5 hours from the hotel. Arriving at the parking area of Mount Ijen.
Approximately 1 to 1.5 hours will be required to ascend the slope of mount Ijen to reach the peak of Ijen Crater along the path, You will enjoy the stunning natural scenery with fresh air & shade.
Rest on the edge of the crater at an altitude of 2883 meters and enjoy the best panorama of the lake of sulfate which reflects the spectacular view of the surrounding walls to give the impression of doom.
After You enjoyed the natural scenery at Crater of Ijen, and then descend the slope of Mount Ijen until to the vehicle parking area where our vehicle is waiting to escort you back to the Hotel for Breakfast and check out. And then we will drive you to Surabaya.
– Tax and service
– Stay at whiz hotel 1 night
– Stay at Ijen view Bondowoso Hotel / Hotel grand harvest Banyuwangi for 1 night
– Daily breakfast
– Private full AC transport
– 4WD Jeep to Bromo– Driver speaking English
– Gas masks & headlamps (Ijen trekking)
– Mineral water
– Petrol, fee parking, & donation
All entrance fee tickets on the program
EXCLUDE PACKAGE :
– Tip for driver or guide
– Meals (Lunch & Dinner)
– Personal Expenses