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What To Prepare for Mt. Bromo Tour

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  • by November 16, 2018

Are you thinking of booking Bromo Tour Package? Well, here are a couple of things that you need to prepare before you go to Mt. Bromo   Bring Warm Stuff/ Winter Wear Indonesia is a tropical country, which means there’s no winter. However, this is Mount Bromo we’re talking about, and we’re pretty sure you’re….

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Baliem Valley Festival 2019

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  • by November 9, 2018

Baliem Valley Festival 2019 – One of the most famous festival of Papua – Indonesia where all the Papua tribes gather to celebrate the Art of War and Dance Festival. An unforgetable Experience Once in Life time. This coming August 2019, the spotlight will once again turn to the magnificent landscape and exceptionally captivating culture….

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How To Go To Mount Bromo

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  • by November 8, 2018

Mount Bromo which stands tall at 2329 m is the most iconic and the most hiked mountain in Indonesia. This is one of the top things to do in Java and rightly so. The mountain beckons majestically despite having the entire top blown off and with a crater inside that keeps spewing off-white sulphurous smoke. Mount….

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How to get to Ijen Crater, Ijen crater how to get there

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  • by November 1, 2018

How to get to Ijen Crater, How to go to ijen crater, Best Way Ijen Crater – Ijen crater is the biggest acidotic crater lake in the world. The sulfur crater lake lies between a natural dams of deeply etched rock. It is 200 meters deep and contains about 36 million cubic meters of steaming acid….

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The best way travel to Ijen Crater from Bali

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  • by July 11, 2018

Ijen crater as know as Kawah ijen is highly recommended to mountain buffs and hikers. The Plateau was at one time a huge active crater, 134 sq km in area. Ijen is a quiet but active volcano, and the landscape is dominated by the volcanic cones of Ijen (2,368 asl) and Merapi (2,800 asl) on….

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Stunning Electric-Blue Flames Erupt From Volcanoes

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  • by November 8, 2016

For several years Paris-based photographer Olivier Grunewald has been documenting the Kawah Ijen volcano in Indonesia, where dazzling, electric-blue fire can often be seen streaming down the mountain at night. “This blue glow—unusual for a volcano—isn’t, of course, lava, as unfortunately can be read on many websites,” Grunewald told National Geographic in an email about….

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