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Kawah Ijen

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Tommy
Tommy
December 18, 2019
One interesting option for nature tours in Indonesia is to touch the beauty of the Ijen Crater in East Java. The natural crater formed by the volcano eruption is the most beautiful crater owned by Indonesia because it has the phenomenon of blue fire, aka the blue fire. Not surprisingly, every…
Rahmat
Rahmat
September 11, 2018
The Ijen volcano complex, is a group of volcanos in eastern Java set inside the world’s largest acidic crater lake. Known in Indonesia as the ‘mountain of fire’, the view of the deep blue greenish lake is astonishing, and even more so at night when the burning of sulphuric gases glow an ethereal…
Haris
Haris
August 3, 2017
i have tour transport orgeniztation
Ericka
Ericka
December 23, 2016
Since National Geographic mentioned the electric-blue flame of Ijen, tourist numbers increased.[citation needed] The phenomenon has occurred for a long time, but beforehand there was no midnight hiking. A two-hour hike is required to reach the rim of the crater, followed by a 45-minute hike down to…
Host In Bali
Host In Bali
October 29, 2016
This volcano is known to hold the largest sulfur lake in the world. Located in East Java and accessible by ferry from Bali is one of Indonesia volcanoes to see in effect because there you will see the blue fluorescent sulphide flows night. A show not to be missed. To go Kawah Ijen from Bali you…

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SUPERHOST
  1. Chambre dans un hôtel-boutique
  2. 2 lits
Grand Harvest Resort & Villas (Deluxe)
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  1. Hutte
  2. 3 lits
Avrila Ijen Guest House
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  1. Chambre d'hôtel
  2. 1 lit
Grand Harvest Resort & Villas (Harvest)

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