GB 3 Days on Java: Yogyakarta - Bromo - Kawah Ijen - Bali

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You are at Yogyakarta, and you want to visit active volcanoes Bromo and Kawah Ijen and finish your trip at Bali: This trip is for you!

Overview

The journey starts at Yogyakarta by train (option by car also available) to Probolinggo and then up to an altitude of 2,300 meters. During this trip, you will climb stunning active volcanoes, dance at the edge of the calderas and descend into the Kawah Ijen crater to witness its magical “blue flames”, a unique phenomenon, as well as the largest sulfur acid lake in the world. You will also be able to observe the daily lives of the sulfur mine workers within the crater. You will get to visit two of the top ten most fascinating volcanoes in the world during this tour.

You may miss a lot if you travel to Java on your own. Read more here.

Tour Features

No prepayment required

3 days 2 nights

Solo travellers are welcome

Start at Yogyakarta, finish at Bali

Language - English

Private trip available on request

Vegetarian meal on request

Tourist insurance included

WHY VISIT BROMO AND KAWAH IJEN?

To witness an epic sunrise from the grandiose caldera of the Tenger-Bromo super volcano

 To hear the roar of the Earth while balancing on the edge of an active volcano crater

To start from Yogyakarta and to finish it in Bali by a long but very interesting journey all over Java and so visit the most amazing places in East Java.

Short description

Day 1: Departure from Yogyakarta by train* at 7 am; arrival to Probolinggo at 4.10 pm. Arriving at Bromo village around 6 pm

Day 2:Bromo visit and hike, transfer and night on the way to Kawah Ijen.

Day 3:Kawah Ijen hike, way to Bali (Pemuteran, Munduk, Ubud or Seminyak)

*Option transfer from Yogyakarta to Bromo by car available: Additional cost + 100$ or +90euro or +1 500 000rp (1 to 5 participants)

Please feel free to ask to know more!

 

Day 1 – Train to Probolinggo and Shuttle to Bromo

Train at train station Yogyakarta at 7 am to train station Probolinggo at 4.10 pm and then, transfer by a comfortable or van car to Bromo’s village, situated 2300 meters above sea level. There we will have dinner in a traditional Indonesian restaurant — warung, — and spend the night in a cozy little guesthouse.

Day 2 – Bromo

Our journey begins with a 3:30 a.m. wake-up call and departure aboard an off-road 4x4 jeep. We will climb to the top of the Tenger-Bromo caldera to reach the “King-Kong” viewpoint (altitude of 2,650 m.)

At the viewpoint platform, we will witness a stunning sunrise over the following volcanoes:

Bromo (active, altitude of 2,300 m)

Batok (dormant, altitude of 2,400 m)

Semeru (active and erupting, altitude of 3,677 m, the tallest volcano in Java) 

After enjoying the beautiful view (and depending on the weather conditions), we will cross the “sea of sand” (mostly made up of the volcanic ashes and debris of prior eruptions) and head to the sacred Hindu temples at the foot of the spectacular Bromo and Batok volcanoes.

Making our way around the temples dedicated to the gods living inside the crater, we will go up a steep and narrow path and climb 250 steps to reach the top of the Bromo. Only then, stunned by the sounds coming from the entrails of the Earth, and in the cold of the night, will we be able to experience the beauty of the smoking crater, its sulfur vapors emanating from the depths of the volcano. A truly unforgettable moment!

After exploring this extraordinary volcanic site, we will continue on our adventure, witnessing magnificent landscapes, traditional villages, various plantations (coffee, tobacco, rice, etc.), and authentic moments of the Javanese lifestyle in this beautiful volcanic region. We will enjoy a meal of local delicacies before making our way to the hotel.

Day 3 – Conquering the Kawah Ijen

Departure at +/- 11 p.m. (Day 2) for a 2 hours transfer to the Kawah Ijen base camp. After receiving instructions on safety and following the allocation of the necessary equipment (lamps, gas masks, etc.), we will start the climb at around 1 a.m. Our experienced and professional guides will lead you along a beautiful mountain path under the starry sky in order to reach the top of the crater (altitude of 2,300 m). It will take us between 1:30 and 2 hours to reach the top.

Once at the top of the crater, the most exciting part begins: we will descend, in complete darkness, into the crater of the active volcano to witness the unique phenomenon of the “blue flames”.

Our guides principally made up of former sulfur miners and porters and therefore very knowledgeable about the crater, will help you descend safely. They will exercise constant vigilance and make sure you are using the protective masks appropriately, providing you with constant help and guidance within this extremely spectacular environment.

At +/- 5 a.m., watching the sunrise above the largest acid lake in the world will complete this extraordinary adventure. We will take the time to appreciate the surreal scene surrounding us, enjoying the sunrise above the stunning turquoise lake while watching the brave workers carry huge sulfur blocks on their shoulders up to the crater rim!

Around 6-7 a.m., we will descend from this incredible location and head back to the base camp (altitude of 1,900 m). In the light of the day, you will be able to appreciate the beautiful trail that led to the caldera of the stratovolcano. Filled with its energy and the morning’s unique impressions, we will gently make our way down the slopes of the volcano and enjoy a breakfast specially prepared by a local Javanese family. Following a ferry ride from Java to Bali, we will follow the North road at Bali (Pemuteran and Munduk), then Ubud and our final destination in the South of Bali (arrival at +/- 6 p.m.)

Upon returning, we can guarantee that you will feel physically tired, but that this feeling will quickly pass and give way to the joy of the new memories you will cherish for the rest of your life.

Tour rates: 3 days to Java

To take part in this adventure, all you need to do is check the dates and the rates, and register for the tour as quickly as possible before spots run out.

As the number of seats is limited, it is recommended that you reserve your spot as early as possible.

1 participant US$ 320; €290; RP 4 490 000

 

The tour package includes

Transportation comfortable car or minibus

Insurance for tourist activity

 Ferry two-way ticket

Entrances fees Bromo & Kawah Ijen

Jeep and driver at Bromo

Free provision of necessary equipment (lamps, masks, respirators, gloves, and warm clothes)

Professional guide service

Accommodation at Bromo and Kawah Ijen. 
Based on 2 people maximum sharing (local standard (for solo travelers, 1 pax per room), hot water only at Bromo, towels, and soap are not provided).

Meals and drinks: оrganic, local.
Pre-ordered according to our experience and cant be changed. A vegetarian option is available, please advise at the time of booking if required.
First day – lunch and dinner.
The Second day – breakfast, lunch, and dinner (picnic).
Third day – “All you can eat”-style breakfast prepared by a traditional Javanese family.

The tour package excludes

Your own insurance

Food and drinks outside of meals

Personal expenses

Tips for guides and drivers.

 

Private trips, special requests & other questions

Whether you are planning a non-standard trip (in terms of the date, place of pick up or drop off, specific needs or preferences, etc.), you prefer to travel independently and not within a group, or your budget doesn’t allow you to take part in our extraordinary tour, contact us so that we may find an alternative option for you.

Private trip

Included:

pick up and drop off at your place* private comfortable car & private driver
ability to bring your luggage during the trip private professional guides at volcanoes

*Drop off possible at Denpasar, Kuta, Seminyak, Canggu, Ubud, Munduk and Pemuteran. For other places, on request.

Package for:

1 or 2 persons: 10 990 000rp or  720€  or 790$ 3 persons: 15 990 000 rp or 990€ or 1140$
4 persons: 19 990 000 rp or 1290€ or 1430$ for more than 4 persons, please send a request

Option transfer from Yogyakarta to Bromo by car available: additional cost + 110$ or +100€ or +1 590 000rp (1 to 5 participants)

Special Request

Important information

Altitude temperatures at the top of the volcanoes (2,300 m) can range from +2 to +25 degrees. We therefore highly recommend that you come adequately equipped.

  • You will need a pair of sports or hiking shoes and warm clothes (jacket, rainwear, sweatshirt, fleece, beanie, etc.) You will also need to bring some toiletries with you (tissues and toilet paper).
  • There will be a variety of local winter hats on sale at the Bromo base camp, available at very low prices.
  • Additional items will be provided for free upon request: jackets, lamps, protective masks, scarves, gloves, hats and rainwear.
  • Even though you are covered by our tourism insurance, we strongly advise that you be individually insured under personal travel insurance.
  • No additional costs; you only need to cover your own personal expenses, food, and drinks outside of meals, and tips for drivers and guides.
  • Our company is guided by safety and prevention objectives, and we reserve the right to act at our discretion and in an appropriate manner in the event of unforeseen situations that may arise during the trip. The amounts already paid for the trip cannot be returned.
  • In the event of an eruption or risk of eruption, or of any natural reason "outside our control", the decisions taken by the members or the management of the company will not be able in any case to generate a refund of the sums committed, the company cannot be responsible for these events.
  • All routing information is given as an indication and can be modified without notice depending on the circumstances, weather conditions, local availability and any needs for change.

The consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited during the trip.

By signing up for this tour, you are accepting (or even seeking) to be taken out of your “comfort zone”, an inevitable part of any trip to Java.

For children under the age of 14, our guides will decide, depending on volcanic and weather conditions, whether they are allowed to descend into the crater. (However, the access to the top of the volcano is unregulated.)

Meeting point and departure

Departure from Yogyakarta by train at 7 am at Trains Station Yogyakarta

By car at your hotel at 6 am (additional cost +100$ or +90€ or + 1 500 000rp 1-5 people)

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