Mount Bromo Tour Package

mount bromo tour packageHow to get to Mount Bromo? Mount Bromo Tour Package writes interesting topics about Mount Bromo Tour to enjoy Bromo Milky Way Tour (Bromo Stargazing), Bromo Sunrise Tour and Bromo Trekking Tour From Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Bali, Malang, Jakarta or Singapore and Malaysia. How to get to Mount Bromo? How to get there
Fly into Juanda international airport at Surabaya. There are direct flights from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Jakarta and Bali. If you are flying domestic from Jakarta, you may take Sriwijaya that flies twice weekly.

Distance from Surabaya airport to the Mount Bromo national park is about 70km and the time it takes is around 4 hours due to heavy traffic and congestion. On the way, you would pass Probolinggo town which lies at the major highway across java. Here is where most backpackers would usually share a transport to take them up to the Bromo Tengger Semeru National park. Or get a complete overnight sunrise tour from Surabaya to Mt. Bromo and back.

Mount Bromo Tour Package From Surabaya

The nearest major airport is in Surabaya (IATA: SUB), three to four hours away by car. Surabaya is well served by regular domestic flights from Jakarta and Bali and some other countries in Asia. Private cars can be arranged in the arrival hall.

Mount Bromo Tour Package From Malang

Abdul Rachman Saleh Airport (IATA: MLG) at Malang is a small regional airport with flights from Jakarta only and access from here makes sense if you intend to enter the park via the Tumpang/Ngadas route.

Mount Bromo Tour Package From Yogyakarta

From Yogyakarta you can do a 3 Day Tour (Bromo; Ijen; Transfer to Bali; 2 Nights with Breakfast) This is the fastest way.

bromo tour packageMount Bromo Trekking

By far the most popular reason people come to the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park is to hike the collapsed yet still intensely smouldering Mount Bromo. There are three mountain peaks located in the Mount Bromo vicinity, known as the Tengger Highlands. Mount Bromo is the most famous and located at the center of the Tengger Highlands caldera, surrounded by a huge, unearthly Sea of Sand. Guarding Mount Bromo from the north and south, Mount Batok and Mount Kursi emerged. The whole area is simply referred to as Mount Bromo by the locals.

The most popular option for travelers looking to hike Mount Bromo is to sleep in the nearby village of Cemoro Lawang. From the village of Cemoro Lawang, there are well-defined paths that will take you less than an hour to walk up Mount Bromo. To get to Mount Bromo, simply take the left fork at Cemoro Lawang’s solitary crossing, then head down the ramp into the caldera and then across the caldera to the Hindu temple (Poten) at the foot of the mountain. From the temple, follow the steep path of 250 concrete steps that lead to the edge of Mount Bromo’s crater. It is a wonderful walk up to the crater, but in case you don’t want to walk. You can ride the horse, there are many local people offer you horse riding. you can pay IDR 150,000 (go and return).

Keep in mind that the views of Mount Bromo’s ethereal landscape are best just as the sun rises. The sun rise happens around 5:30 AM, which means you’ll have to be up by 3:30 AM to hike to the watchpoint in time for sunrise. if you start the tour from cemoro lawang village, the 4wd jeep will bring you to penanjakan poin (sunrise view). There are many viewpoint to watch sunrise at Mount Bromo, we recommend you to visit Kingkong hill point, less people and recommended place.

Mount Bromo Climate

Mount Bromo Climate is very important thing before you visit Bromo not only Bromo if but others volcanoes in Indonesia. Temperatures are cool year-round in the national park, but dip down to near-freezing at night. Dress in layers and expect to be cold waiting for the sun to rise. The guest houses in Cemoro Lawang don’t always provide adequate blankets for the cold nights. When to Go to Mount Bromo.The dry season in Java is from April to October. Hiking around the national park during the rainy season is more difficult due to slippery paths and volcanic mud.

What to Bring

Flashlight: The trails are relatively easy to follow but are extremely dark before sunrise.
Water: Despite the cold weather, you will find yourself sweating on the trail.
Warm Clothing: Temperatures are surprisingly cold around Mount Bromo. Ask anyone what they thought of the sunrise and they will tell you that they were too cold to notice!

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