Trek to see the spectacular sunrise from Mount Bromo Volcano
Take the ferry from Gilimanuk Port to the town of Ketapang
Enjoy a 4WD jeep ride to see the sunrise from Mt Penanjakan
Experience authentic Indonesian hospitality at Bromo Village
Benefit from a small-group tour with no more than 9 people
When National Geographic released an article back in 2014 about a volcano emitting ‘stunning electric-blue flames’, Indonesia’s Kawah Ijen Volcano became an instant sensation. Now, tourists flock to see the captivating colors and scenic views of the active volcano, and we’re going to take you up close and personal to this natural wonder.
Day 1: Bali–Ferry to Ketapang–Ijen Volcano
We’ll start our three-day adventure in the evening with pick up from your hotel. Then we’ll head to the Gilimanuk Port, take a ferry to Ketapang, and from there, drive to the starting point of Ijen Volcano.
Day 2: Ijen Volcano–Crater–Bromo Village
Day two begins with a brief safety session before starting the roughly 2-hour trek to the crater. After exploring the area, we’ll refuel with a delicious breakfast and start the long drive to Bromo Village — stops will be included for rest and lunch.
Day 3: Bromo Village–Bromo Volcano Sunrise–Bali
Day three will start with another early wake-up call and a drive to the Penanjakan Sunrise Point. We’ll trek up another active volcano, Mount Bromo, before stopping to watch the majestic sunrise, taking in panoramic views atop the volcano. Before it gets too hot, we’ll head back to our accommodations and share some breakfast before heading back to Bali.
Hotel pickup and drop-off from Bali
Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner on day 2 and day 3
4WD jeep ride to the Penanjakan sunrise point
Local guide for Mount Ijen trek
Entrance fees to Mount Ijen and Bromo Village
1-night accommodation at Bromo Village
Trekking equipment for Mount Ijen, including flashlight and gas mask
Pickup is available from anywhere in Bali
Due to government policy, a local health certificate is mandatory to participate in the activity. It should cover body temperature, blood pressure, pulse rate, and the Ishihara color blindness test. Government hospital certificates (around IDR 55,000) are available from Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 12 nn. Private hospital certificates (around IDR 250,000) can be obtained daily from 8 am to 8 pm. Certificates are released on the same day of check up. The certificate should confirm fitness for trekking, stating no respiratory or heart diseases. Only locally- issued health certificates in Bahasa are accepted.
Not recommended for participants with back problems, heart problems, asthma, or other serious medical conditions
It is recommended to wear long pants, sports shoes, a sweater, gloves and hat while trekking Mount Ijen
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund