IJEN CRATER BLUE FIRE

IJEN CRATER BLUE FIRE   Blue flames and the largest highly acidic lake in the world. Kawah Ijen (2386 m) is a composite volcano located within the Pleistocene Ijen Caldera, at the easternmost part of Java island, in Indonesia (Fig. 1). The visible superficial manifestations of the hydrothermal system of Kawah Ijen’s activity consist of the … Continue reading IJEN CRATER BLUE FIRE

KAWAH IJEN BLUE FIRE TOUR FROM BALI 2 Day

Introduction Kawah Ijen (2386 m) is an active composite volcano located within the Pleistocene Ijen Caldera (old volcanic crater), at the easternmost part of Java island. The visible superficial manifestations of the hydrothermal system of Kawah Ijen’s activity consist of the world’s largest hyperacidic lake on Earth, a few thermal discharges and crater fumaroles which produce significant amounts of native sulfur.
The Ijen caldera … Continue reading KAWAH IJEN BLUE FIRE TOUR FROM BALI 2 Day