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Soaring over 2300 meters above sea level, Mount Bromo is the only active volcano inside Java's spectacular Tengger Caldera national park.
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Jl. Bromo Km. 3 | Probolinggo City Town, Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, Indonesia
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We departed from the hotel at midnight. Must bring your jacket and better wear long pant as it will be very cold until 5-10 c. A lot of fun activities. Taking jeep to the mountain and through the sea of sand, hiking, sunrise view, riding...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank hweeying
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It would be a great adventure if we visit on dry season (June onward). However, the adventure I had was so great. I suggest to ride a horse (rent IDR 150k return) from parking place to the caldera foot to conserve the energy for hiking-up...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank yousufkurniawan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There are very beautiful view points from where you can see the milky way and the bromo and batok craters, however, the climb up the 240 steps to the Bromo summit is not worth it. You can't see anything into the crater and the sulfur...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank random_musings
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Went to Mt. Bromo in January. Stayed at Jiwa Jawa. Trekked up to Pananjakan at 2:30am to catch the (billion stars) view to catch the sunrise then over to the Sea of Sand and Mt Bromo.. WOW! I recommend hiring a local Hindu guide for...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank RoadLife007
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The day we went was raining and the fog got very heavy, so we just had a coffee in the local coffee shop instead of chasing the sunrise. Then, we headed to Mount Bromo. We climbed the stairs and reached the rim of valcano. Again,...More

Date of experience: January 2019
2  Thank CheeWee87
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Unique experience of being at the tip of a volcano crater. Sometimes (depending on wind direction) air with sulphur can get to you. There is also a small statue of Ganesha at the top - a pleasant surprise. All in all a nice and unique...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank m_yogavanam
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Early bird starting in the mornin at 3 am. But unfortunately we couldn't see the sun rising because the fog was very thick. And we headed straight for the crater by climbing the steps. A very beautiful place, and hopefully next time we can see...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Michel_sin95
Reviewed January 8, 2019

we start at 3am in the morning to chase the sunrise, unfortunatelly the rain start falling and the clouds covered in fog, so we went directy to field around the crater. taking some pics , while waiting the sun to come up. then, by riding...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank PancaSinsoe
Reviewed January 2, 2019

It was really great experience to go to Bromo Mountain. to to the peak of Bromo Mountain u can either can go by ojek, horse or walking.

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed December 31, 2018 via mobile

It was very nice to visit my first volcano 🌋 and it was absolutely amazing! Some of the guides will tell you that you should go to see the sunrise but I really do not think it is worth it If you go to the...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Yogitriharso
December 12, 2018|
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Response from alapalap | Reviewed this property |
1. Public Transportation (Angkot). From Railway Station to Bus Station. Price : Rp. 5.000/Person. 2. From Bus Station to Cemoro Lawang Village. By : Sharing Car Bison : Rp. 35.000 - Rp. 40.000 /Person. Rent Car Bison : Rp... More
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Hi... If you want to go to the summit, take about 45 minutes with a Jeep, and then walk for about 20 minutes, see the point of panorama on Penanjakan. Getting sunrice depends on the weather or foggy.
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antriapostolou
Nicosia, Cyprus
Mount Bromo from Malang (2 Replies)
Hi, we are a couple and we are travelling to Indonesia in July. We will be in Bali and then going to Yogyakarta. We are thinking of visiting Mount Bromo which looks amazing. so I have some questions. 1. We can take a plane. Shall we go to Surabaya or Malang? What is the best route to Bromo? 2. If I dont book a tour in advance for mount Bromo can we just find a tour there in the streets of Malang, and arrange everything on the spot? I have contacted some tourist agencies and they gave me...More
April 20, 2017|
Response fromkmiggiani|
Oh... please ask the same question on the East Java forum here https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowForum-g23017…
bichoo
Ottawa
Mount Bromo & Luggage Storage at Surabaya Airport (3 Replies)
I have a few questions. I'm thinking of going to Mount Bromo next month, a quick trip and in out from surabaya. 1) Will the Feb monsoon affect the trip? 2) Is there any place to store luggage in Surabaya airport? I dont want to take all my luggage to Bromo and it will probaby be a better idea to store it somewhere. 3) I have a 5pm flight out of Surabaya after the visitto bromo, I should leave there by what time? 10am?
January 07, 2009|
Response frombagaz86|
Hi, even though February is not the best time to visit Bromo, if you're lucky enough you'll get a wonderful view there, as The Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park is -from my experience- visitable all year round. I'm pretty sure there is a luggage storage in the Surabaya airport, I think you need to go to the right side after you are out from the arrival hall. It takes approximately 3 hours by private or rented car to get to Surabaya airport from Bromo. But public transport will take...More
Judy H
Madison, Wisconsin
itinerary help (2 Replies)
Five women headed to Indonesia in July for wildlife (including birds), nature, and culture. 19 days or so planned. Presently planning to start in Indonesian Borneo, a stop in Jave to see Jogjakarta and Mount Bromo, a trip to Sulawesi to see villages of Toraja, and some time in Bali (Ubud). This seems pretty strong on culture and nature, less so on wildlife. Thinking about either adding a trip to see the Komodo dragons or adding some time in Tangkoko Nature Reserve. Anyone have any thoughts...More
January 08, 2014|
Response fromMangoMunky|
Hi Judy: I can't comment on the wildlife part, but I do think you are trying to see too many places in one short trip. Travel in Indonesia can be time consuming and tiring, and you have already mentioned 5 different places..(remember Jogja and Bromo are far apart so count these as two locations.) Sulawesi is of my very favorite places in Indonesia but the drive up from Makassaar to Rantepao is about 9 hours so two of those days are taken up just in transit, although the drive is...More