VISIT KOMODO ISLAND - HIKE MOUNT BROMO, KAWAH IJEN, KRAKATAU - DIVE BUNAKEN ISLAND and LEMBEH STRAIT - VISIT BOROBUDUR and PRAMBANAN TEMPLE - KALIMANTAN BORNEO
WHITE WATER RAFTING TELAGA WAJA RIVER and TIMBUKAR - LIVEABOARD - TORAJA HIGHLAND - BALI - LOMBOK - SULAWESI - JAVA - GILIS - DIENG PLATEAU - MERUBETIRI NATIONAL PARK

Hike volcanoes indonesia 18 Days / 17 nights

The geography of Indonesia is dominated by volcanoes that are formed due to abduction zones between the Eurasian plate and the Indo-Australian plate. Some of the volcanoes are notable for their eruptions, for instance, Krakatau for its global effects in 1883, Lake Toba for its super volcanic eruption estimated to have occurred 74,000 years before present which was responsible for six years of volcanic winter, and Mount Tambora for the most violent eruption in recorded history in 1815.

Volcanoes in Indonesia are part of the Pacific Ring of Fire. The 150 entries in the list below are grouped into six geographical regions, four of which belong to the volcanoes of the Sunda Arc trench system. The remaining two groups are volcanoes of Halmahera, including its surrounding volcanic islands, and volcanoes of Sulawesi and the Sangihe Islands. The latter group is in one volcanic arc together with the Philippine volcanoes.

The most active volcanoes are Kelud and Merapi on Java island which have been responsible for thousands of deaths in the region. Since AD 1000, Kelut has erupted more than 30 times, of which the largest eruption was at scale 5 on the Volcanic Explosivity Index (VEI), while Mount Merapi has erupted more than 80 times. The International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior has named Mount Merapi as a Decade Volcano since 1995 because of its high volcanic activity.

In 2012, Indonesia has 127 active volcanoes with about 5 million people have activities within the danger zone. The earthquake and tsunami event of 26 December 2004 is thought to bring disruption to the volcanoes' eruption pattern. The 2010 eruption of Mount Sinabung, which has no recorded eruption since the 1600s, is presented as one possible example of the hypothesis.

The word for Mount in Indonesian and many regional languages of the country (such as Javanese) is Gunung. Thus, Mount Merapi for example, is referred to as Gunung Merapi in Indonesian and also in some English-based sites.

There is no single standard definition for a volcano. It can be defined from individual vents, volcanic edifices or volcanic fields. Interior of ancient volcanoes may have been eroded, creating a new subsurface magma chamber as a separate volcano. Many contemporary active volcanoes rise as young parasitic cones from flank vents or at a central crater. Some volcanic cones are grouped into one volcano name, for instance, the Tengger caldera complex, although individual vents are named by local people. The status of a volcano, either active or dormant, cannot be defined precisely. An indication of a volcano is determined by either its historical records, radiocarbon dating, or geothermal activities.

The primary source of the list below is taken from the Volcanoes of the World book, compiled by two volcanologists Tom Simkin and Lee Siebert, in which active volcanoes in the past 10,000 years (Holocene) are listed. Particularly for Indonesia, Simkin and Siebert used a catalogue of active volcanoes from the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior publication series. The Simkin and Siebert list is the most complete list of volcanoes in Indonesia, but the accuracy of the record varies from one region to another in terms of contemporary activities and fatalities in recent eruptions. Complementary sources for the latest volcanic data are taken from the Volcanological Survey of Indonesia, a governmental institution which is responsible for volcanic activities and geological hazard mitigation in Indonesia, and some academic resources.

This Tour is for the one who love adventures especially hiking the Volcanoes. Start from Bali and ended in Jakarta. 

*Required small group 02 - 12 People

Day 01: Arrive at Denpasar Airport -Transfer to Jimbaran   

Upon arrival at Denpasar airport Bali you will meet our team and directly drive to Jimbaran. Overnight at Hotel

Day 02: Stay in Jimbaran and visit Denpasar and its surroundings

Morning depart at 09:00 the first visit to the traditional market of Denpasar and continue drive to the vicinity of Ubud and visit the art centers in the village of kemenuh for Wooden sculpture. Lunch at Restaurant. Visit the Pura Puseh (The Temple of God Wisnu) at Batuan village, continue to the village of Celuk to see the Silversmith. At 18:30 you'll see the performance of Kecak dance in the village of Padang Galak. Dinner at Jimbaran Bay. Overnight at Hotel

Day 03: Jimbaran - Ketapang / Banyuwangi 

Morning depart at 07:30 passing the traditional Balinese villages, visit the temple of Ulundanu at Lake Beratan and the fruit market in the village of Candi Kuning. Lunch at seaside restaurant in Lovina. Continue drive to Gilimanuk and take the ferry boat to Ketapang East java. Overnight at Hotel

Day 04: Stay at Ketapang / Banyuwangi - Hike to Ijen Crater

Early morning at 01:00 depart to the starting point for hiking at Pos Paltuding, accompanied by local guides whom are Sulfur porters. Trek down to the caldera and there you'll see the phenomena of Blue fire from the natural gazes. Return to Hotel at midday. Free program. Overnight at Hotel

Day 05: Ketapang - Ngadisari Village ( Mount Bromo )

Depart at 09:00 and drive directly to Ngadisari village. On the the way stop at pantai Pasir Putih for Lunch.  Arrive in the afternoon at Ngadisari Village.  Overnight at Hotel

Day 06: Caldera of Mount Bromo - Batu Malang

Early Morning at 04:00 depart by jeep to the Mount of Penanjakan to see the Sunrise and continue do the hiking around mount Bromo and mount Batok. Lunch at Restaurant.  Return to Hotel to rest and depart at midday to Batu Malang. On the way visit the tea Plantation at Wonosari Village. Overnight at Hotel

Day 07: Batu Malang - Yogyakarta

Morning  depart at 07:00 to Jogyakarta passing the villages, small roads with good view. Stop at Tawangmangu, Sarangan  with a visit the temple of cetoh. Lunch enroute.  Arrive in the evening at Jogyakarta. Overnight at Hotel

Day 08: Stay in Yogyakarta - Visite Prambanan Temple 

Morning after breakfast depart to Prambanan Temple for sightseeing around the temple. Have lunch at Restaurant. Return to Hotel. Free program. Overnight at Hotel

Day 09: Hike Mount Merapi 

Early morning drive to the starting point for hiking. Continue hike 7 hours to Mount Merapi accompanied by Local Guide. Free program in the afternoon. Overnight at Hotel

Day 10: Visite the temple of Borobudur - Wonosobo  

Early morning visit the around the Temple of Borobudur to see the Sunrise. Continue drive 2 hours to Wonosobo and on the way visit the Traditional Village of Candirejo. Overnight at Hotel

Day 11: Wonosobo - Baturaden

Early Morning drive to dieng plateau. Start exploring the temple complex include Arjuna Temple, Teater and the colours lake. Have lunch at Restaurant. Continue drive to Baturaden. Overnight at Hotel

Day 12: Baturaden - Tasikmalaya

Depart at 08:00. On the way visit the village of Kelampok to see the Industry of ceramic, stop at Rubber plantation for sightseeing. Arrive in the afternoon at Tasikmalaya. Overnight at Hotel

Day 13: Hike to Mount Galunggung - Garut / Cipanas

Depart at 07:30 to the starting point for hiking to mount Galunggung. Continue 2 hours easy hike following 620 steps. Continue drive to Cipanas / Garut and on the way stop at kampung Naga a traditional Village. Arrive at hotel in the afternoon. Overnight at Hotel

Day 14: Stay at Garut / Cipanas ( Hike mount Papandayan )

Depart in the morning to the starting point for hiking takes 2 hours drive and continue hiking to the top for approxiamately 2 hours more less. Return to Hotel. Free program. Overnight at Hotel

Day 15: Garut - Carita Beach

Depart at 07:30 and drive drive directly to Carita Beach. Overnight at Seaside Hotel

Day 16: Carita Beach - Hike mount Krakatau

Depart early morning and continue by boat 2 hours ride to Krakatau. Go for hiking in the afternoon. Overnight at tent (Camping site)

Day 17: Krakatau - Jakarta

Early morning hike back to the top of Merapi for Sunrise. Return by boat  and continue drive to Jakarta 5 Hours. Overnight at Hotel

Day 18: Transfer to Airport of Jakarta

Morning visit to Sundakelapa old port of Jakarta (Optional) transfer to the airport of Jakarta..

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