BROMO SUNRISE TRAKING

SUNRISE TREKKING BROMO IS TO ENJOY THE PANORAMA OF GREATES CRATER NATIONAL PARK FROM THE VIEW POIN OF PENANJAKAN YOU CAN SEE CRATER OF BROMO BATOK AND MAHAMERU THE HIGEST MOUNT IN JAVA

ABOUT BROMO
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.

THE TENGGERE (origin people)
The area in and around the park is inhabited by the Tenggerese, one of the few significant Hindu communities left on the island of Java. The local religion is a remnant from the Majapahit era and therefore quite similar to that on Bali but with even more animist elements. The Tenggerese are believed to be descendants of the Majapahit princes and were driven into the hills after mass arrivals in the area of devoutly Muslim Madurese in the 19th century. These Madurese immigrants were labourers working for Dutch coffee plantation owners and the native Hindu people of the region soon found themselves outnumbered and either converted to Islam or fled to the inhospitable high mountain tops where they remain today.

The religion is quite low key though (certainly when compared to Bali) with the most visible manifestation of faith being the rather austere Poten temple in the sea of sand. The Tenggerese number about 600,000 and they reside in 30 villages scattered in and around the park with smaller communities elsewhere in East Java.

For many visitors, the sight of the angular-faced, sunburned, mustachioed Tenggerese wrapped in poncho-like blankets, trotting about on ponies with craggy mountains as the backdrop, more resembles Peru than Indonesia!

LANDSCAPE
If a landscape was ever needed to demonstrate the meaning of the phrasedesolate beauty, then this is surely it. Rugged, barren volcanic peaks, gravel plains and that sea of sand. Truly unworldly.
The park also includes large areas which are very lush and green fed by rivers from the high tops. The medium elevations are clad with much thinner forest before this gives way to the barren plateau and peaks.

THE HIKING PROGRAM
The first surrounding excursions by local transport Jeep to see the amazing sunrise of Penanjakan and then continuing by pony riding to hike the Mountain Bromo. The extraordinary moonlike atmosphere and the opportunity to stare into the crater are the reasons for visiting. As well it provides a spectacular setting from which to observe the sunrise over the island of Bali.
We organizing the tour from Bali and we will divided into 2 package first package is the tour directing to Bromo and the second is combination trekking those are Ijen and Bromo.

GALLERY:
BROMO-1 BROMO-2 BROMO-3 IJEN-5 IJEN-3 bromo-map

PACKAGE:

2D/1N (2 DAY AND 1 NIGHT)
Price: USD 250/person (minimum 2 persons)

ITINERARY:
DAY 1ST:

  • 08.00 am Departure from your Hotel in Bali to Bromo passing the Gilimanuk harbor by ferry.
  • 15.00 pm Arrive at Probolingo check in Hotel stay for 1 night.
  • 16.00 pm Lunch at Hotel or on the route

Day 2nd :

  • 04.00 am Begin the adventure, the 4WD Jeep will take you to desert.
  • 06.00 am Arrive at Penanjakan.  after an hour see the view we continue the trip down the slope to explore desert by jeep. We will stop at Jeep central park at behind of the Tengger Temple, then start to hiking another 20 minutes steps up you will get the top mount Bromo crate. If you want ride mini horse you have to prepare another cash.
  • 08.00 am Return to Hotel
  • 09.00 am Breakfast at the Hotel restaurant
  • 10.00 am Check Out Hotel. Living Bromo for Bali
  • 20.00 pm Arrive at your Hotel in Bali

PACKAGE:

3D/2N (3 DAY AND 2 NIGHT)
Price : USD 300/person (minimum 2 person)

Day 1st :

  • 09.00 am departure from your hotel in Bali to Banyuwangi East Java by our Transport. Passing the Gilimanuk Harbor by Ferry.
  • 13.00 pm arrive at Gilimanuk harbor
  • Past Java strait by ferry
  • 15.00 pm arrive at Ketapang harbor, continue the trip to Bromo
  • 18.00 pm arrive at Probolinggo and check in hotel

Day 2nd:

  • 04.00 am Begin the adventure, the 4WD Jeep will take you to desert.
  • 06.00 am Arrive at Penanjakan.  after an hour see the view we continue the trip down the slope to explore desert by jeep. We will stop at Jeep central park at  the behind of  Tengger Temple, then start to hiking another 20 minutes steps up you will get the top mount Bromo crate. If you want ride mini horse you have to prepare another cash.
  • 08.00 am Return to Hotel
  • 09.00 am Breakfast at the Hotel restaurant
  • 10.00 am Check Out Hotel. Living Bromo for Banyuwangi
  • 13.00 pm arrive at Banyuwangi and check in hotel stay overnight

Day 3rd :

  • 02.00 am Departure from Hotel direction to the Licin village trough coffee and clove plantation in to the wildlife forest by 4WD transport (Jeep), stop at park ranger’s station and begin to hike to the crater.
  • 05.30 am arriving at the summit and see the panorama of volcanic crater lake and see the villager activities early morning to take the bright yellow sulfur.
  • 07.00 am return to Bali
  • 16 .00 pm arrive at your hotel

SERVICE INCLUDE:

  • Transportation minibus and 4WD transport.
  • Ferry sea transport
  • Sharing accommodation.
  • Breakfast and Lunch
  • Entrance ticket