Ijen Crater – Sunrise -Bluefire
Ijen volcano (2386m) is an active volcano located on the eastern part of Java Island. The top of Ijen volcano is characterized by a very acidic crater lake containing 27.5 million m³ of turquoise-colored water. This lake is the biggest reservoir of hot and acidic water on Earth. On the southern part of the lake, fumaroles are ejecting tons of sulfur every day. At night, this site is one of the only spot on Earth where it is possible to see blue fires. This is due to very hot gas coming from the volcanic conduits burning the sulfur, which leads to an extremely beautiful scenery. On the western part of the crater, a dam was build hundred years ago upstream of the Banyu Pahit river.
Pick up in the area of Bali (Bali Airport, Hotel in around Lovina, Pemuteran, Nusadua, Ubud, Sanur and Kuta area)
Then upon arrival in Gilimanuk harbor, proceed to take ferry to cross Bali strait for about 1hour to reach Ketapang harbour in Banyuwangi (in the most eastern tip of Java Island). The trip goes through the rural landscapes of West Bali and lunch will be served at local restaurant on the way. End of the afternoon drive up to Hotel Ketapang Indah Resort for stay overnight and having dinner. Free at your own leisure.
Ketapang Indah Resort/ Banyuwangi Hotel
USD $ 230/ person
USD $ 210/ person
USD $ 190/ person