Waterfall Tumpak Sewu
A stunning scenerie at Tumpak Sewu Waterfall will make you feel like in paradise.
The rushing water, birds’ twittering and you – become one with nature. The path is not fully developed, why visitors will need a bit of physical fitness, and water resistant equipment. You can climb down or just enjoy the view from the top. The Tumpak Sewu Water falls from about 120 meters height and belongs to the Lumajang Regency in Java. Its name can be translated into “thousand falls” which is equivalent to the many single waterfalls rushing down the cliff.
A trip to summit B29 will bring you to heaven. The 2.900 meters above sea level offer a panorama view to Mount Bromo, Cemoro Lawang, Mount Semeru and Mount Batok which belongs to the Mount Bromo National Park in East Java. The “place above the clouds” carries its name because of the fog and clouds that cover the lower landscape. The way to the peak can be done by trekking or ojek. Due to the stony and slippery path along the steep slope B29 is recommendable for adventurer and people free from giddiness. If you bring some more time with you the plateau invites you to camp. A heavenly sunrise guaranteed!
Another volcano on Java, and probably one of the most well known volcanos on the island named Bromo belongs to the Tengger-massive. The terrain belongs to a protected nature reserve and the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park.
A good way to start the day is seeing the peak of the mountain during sunrise. Therefore a lot of groups start to climb it in the early morning hours. You can start from villages like Cemoro Lawang or Lumajang. If you are too tired to climb the viewpoints on foot we can offer a jeep to bring you up. Sportive and active groups can do the same in an about two hours hike.
Mount Ijen (Blue Fire)
The Ijen Volcano is about 2380 meters and known for its blue fire and the green crater lakte. The phenomenon of the blue flames occures when sulphuric gases ignite, emerging from the hydrothermal system below the Crater and can only be seen at night. The volcano itself is still active and access will only be allowed when studies and observations at the Kawah Ijen Crater Natural Park ensure a safe walk to the peak. The area is also known for the miners who carry the cooled sulfur in baskets up to 90 kilograms. The back-breaking job is one of the hardest jobs in the world and can only done up to twice a day.