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Shared tour: Start from Surabaya - Bromo - Ijen - Ubud (3 Days)

From Surabaya or Malang: Mount Bromo - Ijen - Drop off Ubud (3D2N)

Detailed Itinerary: Sharing Tours

Day 1. Surabaya or Malang – Cemoro Lawang

  • 02.30 PM - Leave Surabaya or Malang (airport, train station, hotel)
  • 05.30 PM - Arrive at Cemoro lawang 

Accommodation in Bromo: Gubuk ndeso or Cafe Lava or Bromo Permai hotel (depending availability)

Day 2. Bromo Tour – Banyuwangi or Bondowoso Town

  • 02.30 AM - Wake up 
  • 03.00 AM - Meet the jeep driver and drive to view point
  • 06.00 AM - By Jeep to sea of sand
  • 06.40 AM - Walk to Mount Bromo crater around 1,5 km
  • 08.00 AM - By Jeep back to accommodation to have breakfast and shower
  • 09.30 AM - Check out then drive about 6-7 hours to accommodation in Banyuwangi or Bondowoso town

*Banyuwangi town stay at Kampoeng Joglo Ijen or similar

*Bondowoso town stay at Ijen view hotel or similar 

*If stay in Bondowoso town, after ijen not back to the accommodation, but dorectlt to Ketapang ferry harbour and then Bali

Day 3. Ijen Tour – Drop off Bali

  • 12.00 AM - Depart from the accommodation in Bondowoso town
  • 01.45 AM - Arrive at Paltuding parking lot
  • 02.00 AM - Start Trekking to Mount Ijen to see sunrise panoramic view of Lake Mt. Ijen
  • 06.30 AM - Back to Paltuding Parking area
  • 07.30 AM - Breakfast 
  • 08.00 AM - Drive to Ketapang ferry port 
  • 09.00 AM - Arrive at Ketapang ferry port
  • 09.30 AM - By ferry to Gilimanuk harbour in Bali
  • 11.30 AM - Arrive at Gilimanuk harbour
  • 12.00 PM - By car in group transfer out to your hotel (Pemuteran, Lovina, Munduk and Ubud)

What Includes:

  1. Shared van (AC), petrol, driver, parking, donation, toll fees
  2. Shared Jeep for Bromo tour
  3. 1 night accommodation in Bromo (twin bed or triple bed, private bathroom, hot water)
  4. 1 night accommodation in Ijen (twin bed or triple bed, private bathroom, hot water)
  5. Meal: 2x Breakfasts
  6. mineral water
  7. Entrance fees Bromo
  8. Entrance fees Ijen
  9. English speaking Local guide Ijen
  10. Gas Masks 
  11. Ferry ticket to Bali (Ketapang harbour to Gilimanuk harbour)
  12. Transport/Car in Group from Gilimanuk port to your hotel in Pemuteran, Lovina, Munduk, Ubud

What Excludes:

  1. Personal expenses
  2. English speaking guide in Bromo(depending on the number of participants, 5 people including the guide)
  3. Rent Horse in Bromo
  4. Lunch and Dinner
  5. Personal insurance

Know Before You Go:

  1. This is shared tour and you have to keep up with the rest of the group
  2. Before leaving the hotel, car/Jeep, please check your belongings (passport, money, wallet, camera, mobile phone,etc) so don't be left behind for the convenience of other participants.
  3. Accommodation in Bromo will be Gubuk ndeso or Bromo Permai or similar
  4. Accommodation in Banyuwangi (Ijen) will be either Kampoeng Joglo Ijen, Accommodation in Bondowoso: Ijen view hotel (depending on availability). 
  5. Female traveler: room with female (twin bed or triple bed)
  6. Male traveler: room share with male (twin bed or triple bed)
  7. Couple in one room
  8. Java time and Bali it will be 1 hour difference, the time will be 1 hour faster in Bali
  9. Please note that sunrise in Bromo and the blue flames can't be guaranteed as they are subject to unpredictable weather conditions
  10. Mount Bromo lies in an open area called Sea of Sand. This is the wide savanna covered with volcanic ashes that make it easy to explore without a guide. Unless you want to go to a spot where it is more private or less crowded to enjoy the landscape or capture the milky way, then a guide is necessary.
  11. Bromo national park regularly monitors the activity of Mount Bromo. If there is dangerous volcanic activity, the national park would be closed for safety reasons. So, if the national park is open then it is absolutely safe to visit.
  12. Mount Bromo and Cemoro lawang can be pretty chilly before sunrise since they’re 2,329 meters (7,641 ft) above sea level,the elevation at the viewpoint is a whopping 2,770 meters (9,088 ft). Temperatures can drop below 7 Celsius (45 F), and that doesn’t even factor in wind chill. It can get incredibly windy on the mountain peaks, and dry season is cooler than rainy season. However, you’ll only be chilly before sunrise. After that it warms up pretty quick, and the sun at this elevation is plenty strong
  13. Mount Ijen can be pretty chilly before sunrise since it’s well above sea level.Temperatures can drop below 7 Celsius (45 F), and it can get windy too since you’re on an exposed mountain. Still, it’s best to dress in layers, because when you’re hiking up the mountain you’ll warm up pretty quick and may even get hot.
  14. Mount Ijen:Usually, during the wet season, the volcanic activity near the crack of volcano is rising. If this activity occurs then authorities will close the trail going to the Blue Flame but travellers still have opportunity to enjoy the landscape from Ijen's rim of crater. Or, if the volcanic activities turn the toxicity of gas into a level of danger, then the authorities will close the entire site for safety reasons. Visiting Mount Ijen/Blue flame means you need to be ready for nature’s unpredictability.
  15. There is no separate fee between climbing Mount Ijen and seeing the blue fire, ticket prices remain the same for all visitors without exception! that means there is no additional cost, that's according to management regulations in the Ijen crater area.
  16. Mount Ijen is not a friendly destination for children under 7 years old and people who have problems with asthma, heart problems, extremely sensitive eyes, and one who easily panics. The sulfur/gas sometimes really strong and suddenly blows unpredictable to the hiking trail. This is the reason you must wear a professional gas mask(we provide) to help you breathe.Exploring Mount Ijen with an experienced guide is a must.
  17. Sharing tour can work if there are at least 3 participants
  18. Solo traveler: private room on request and with extra cost
  19. If you're a female-solo traveler the room shared with a female (twin or triple bed - separated bed)
  20. If you're a male-solo traveler the room shared with a male (twin or triple bed - separated bed)
  21. Couple in one room
  22. Not Suitable for: Pregnant women, people with asthma, people with heart problems or other serious medical conditions.
  23. What to bring? Comfortable/trekking shoes, warm jacket, headlamp


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