From Bali: 24-Hour Trip to Ijen Crater & Javanese Breakfast

Enjoy an amazing organized trip from Bali to the active volcano of Kawah Ijen in East Java. You are guaranteed an incredible experience of body, mind, and spirit and more photo opportunities than you can imagine.

Experience

Highlights

  • Ascend one of the most beautiful active volcanoes
  • See unique nature phenomena "blue fire"
  • Witness the dawn over the biggest acid lake in the world
  • Walk in the crater which is also a sulfur mine
  • Eat delicious traditional Javanese breakfast


Full description
Your trip will be led by a professional guide. Thea guides passion and knowledge of the terrain will give you access to the best views and most spectacular sights as well as inform you about the geography and history of the volcano.

Depart from Bali at 5:00 PM to begin your journey to the active volcano of  Kawah Ijen in East Java. You will arrive at night around 10/11:00 PM. You will climb to the rim of the 2370 meter volcano, before descending down to the crater floor. This is the only place in the world where you can see the ethereal blue sulfur fires and watch the Javanese workers harvesting sulfur. As dawn breaks and the light changes, your dramatic surroundings will reveal themselves from your position beside the largest acid lake in the world. Before you return to Bali, you will stop with a local family to enjoy a hearty home-cooked Javanese breakfast.

Please come along for this once in a lifetime experience. Your professional guides and careful planning will assure you have a safe and memorable trip to the heart of Kawah Ijen.

PRICE : IDR 1,900,000,- /pax | min.2 person


Includes
  • Transport ( car, driver, petrol) Bali to Kawah Ijen and return
  • Ferry (outward and return)
  • Entrance fees to Kawah Ijen volcano
  • Experienced professional and English speaking guide
  • Provided for free: gas masks, headlight, and gloves
  • Javanese breakfast (buffet)

What’s Not Included
  • Any personals needs
  • Insurance
  • Tips for drivers and guides
  • Extra guide service

Important information

What to bring
  • Passport or ID card
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Camera
  • Not allowed
  • Luggage or large bags
  • Alcohol and drugs

Know before you go
You will need: sport or trekking shoes, warm clothes (socks, t-shirt, sweatshirt, and warm jacket) a raincoat, cap or hat, a small backpack to carry items up to the volcano, a photo identity document.