Trekking Tour Package to Volcano East Java Island, Indonesia

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Trekking Tour Package to Volcano East Java Island, Indonesia

Trekking Tour Package to Volcano East Java Island is the most request tour package in East Java Island, Indonesia. More professinal hikers request trekking tour package in each season, especially foreigner tourist. These mountain not only suitable for trekking but also good for camping, photography, and also relax.

The nearest route to reach Semeru volcano, Mount Bromo, Ijen Crater, and Welirang Arjuno mountain is from Surabaya International Airport and Malang City. Another picking up location is from Bali Island, and Yogyakarta when You have explored Bali Island and Yogyakarta tourism.

The best time to visit the volcano in Java Island, Indonesia is on April - November. During these months all volcanos in East Java will be clear, seldom get rain and the mountain grass grows with bees, making the landscape look green and amazing.

Best volcano in Java Island, Indonesia for trekking tour :

01. Mount Semeru, Lumajang
Located in Bromo Semeru tengger national park, exactly in the middle between Pasuruan, Lumajang and Malang regency. Semeru volcano has an altitude 3,676 meters above sea level, it is the most popular mountain for hiking package.

To enjoy Semeru volcano trekking package, You can choose the flight arrival to Surabaya, Malang or Banyuwangi in the morning, then flight departure at evening around 08.00 pm. Semeru volcano trekking has 4 days 3 nights duration including 2 nights camping on Kumbolo Lake and Kalimati village.

02. Welirang Arjuno Mountain
Mount Arjuna Welirang have an altitude of 3,339 m above sea level, This mountain also known as the Twin Mountains, because they have the same shape and stands close together. It is a mountain in East Java, Indonesia which is located in Tretes Village, on the border of Batu City, Malang and Pasuruan.

This is the third highest mountain in East Java after the peaks of Semeru and Raung volcano, and is the fifth highest mountain on the island of Java.

03. Mount Bromo Tengger National Park
Bromo volcano has 2,329 meters high above sea level. Mt Bromo also known as one of an active volcano in Java Island, Indonesia. This volcano is the most popular tourism in East Java Island. most toruist doing trekking on Bromo volcano to see the Milky Way, Sunrise and Crater.

The nearest route to enjoy Mount Bromo trekking package is from Cemoro Lawang, then head to Seruni Point peak, Kingkong peak, then return to Cemoro Lawang again to continue the trekking to Bromo mountain crater.

Another high peaks on Mount Bromo are Pananjakan peak, this summit mostly reached by 4 WD jeep, because trekking to Pananjakan peak is very steep and need long time. 

04. Ijen Crater, located in Banyuwangi
Ijen Crater also called as Kawah Ijen, it is located in the middle of Banyuwangi and Bondowoso regency. This is one of an active volcano with a diameter of 722 metres, the altitude is 2,369 meters high above sea level.

Ijen Volcano produces huge sulfur with the surface area 0.41 square kilometres (0.16 sq mi). the crater lake is 200 metres 660 feet deep and has a volume of 36 cubic hectometres (29,000 acre ft). The nearest route to reach Ijen Crater is from Banyuwangi Ketapang Ferry Port, the trip from Banyuwangi is 2 hours . Ijen Crater volcano has a stunning crater known as Blue Flame Ijen Crater. Most visitors usually visit Ijen Crater after finish enjoy Mount Bromo tour package.

05. Mount Raung Volcano, Banyuwangi
Mount Raung Located in the middle between Bondowoso and Banyuwangi regency, it has an altitude 3,332 meters above sea level. Raung volcano location is closed to the Ijen Crater. To enjoy Mount Raung trekking tour, You can begin your trip from Surabaya or the nearer route is from Banyuwangi.

A trekking guided is also ideal for someone who may have not been on a walking holiday before or feels a bit nervous about tackling a particular route, especially if they do not know the local area well. Guides will have expert knowledge about the local flora and fauna as well as any dangers that may be encountered along the route. A guide can impart local facts along the way, which you might not have discovered if you had travelled independently.