Date : 9-12 Aug 2019
Located in the heart of earth’s ring of fire belt and towering tall at 3,676 masl, Mt. Semeru is the highest peak in Java, and the third tallest volcano in Indonesia. With its tough climb that tests the limit of one’s mettle, not only physically, but also mentally, it rewards those who manages to conquer it with heavenly vistas: the serene lake of Ranu Kumbolo, the paradisiacal lavender-filled meadow of Oro Oro Ombo, and the majestic view of Java in the summit of Mahameru, makes it the dream of almost all local mountaineers aspire to ascend. Mt. Bromo, at 2,329 masl, is the most iconic natural landscape in Indonesia. Even with its top completely blown off, it still beckons majestically with the crater inside constantly belches white sulphurous smoke. It may be not the tallest mountain in Indonesia but its stunning beauty lies in its unearthly dramatic setting, which swoons many travelers with its incredible golden sunrise
Trek the famous 1883 “big bang” volcano of Krakatau, located between Java and Sumatra Islands in the Sunda Strait. Prior to the 1883 eruption Krakatau Island had three volcanic cones: Rakata, Danan and Perboewatan. When Krakatau Island blew up in 1883 it was entirely destroyed but the area remained full of volcanic activity. In 1930 a new island rose up out of the water where once Krakatau was and it was named Anak (child of) Krakatau. Anak Krakatau is still active and grows almost 7 metres per year. A short trekking through a dusty path will lead us to the volcanic peak of Anak Krakatau at an altitude of more than 800m. From here you can enjoy the panoramic view on the Sunda Strait with nearby islands.
Join in Date: 17 – 21 May 2019, 25 – 29 Oct 2019
Trek to Waerebo – the oldest traditional village of Manggarainesse in Flores and explore the Komodo Islands as we sail to swim in unspoilt coral reefs and beaches.
Mount Kerinci (3805m) is the highest volcano in Indonesia, and the highest peak on the island of Sumatra. It is surrounded by the lush forest of Kerinci Seblat National Park, home to the endangered species of Sumatran Tiger and Sumatran Rhinoceros.
Discover Java through its tradition, its cuisine, its environment, the roots of its people and their daily rituals.
Hands-on interaction with the local tribe of Indonesia. Trek into the inner village of an isolated community that turn their back away from modern technology, experience being surrounded by natural lush forest and stories of ancient superstition culture, and observe the local traditional way of living and handicrafts making.
Hike through the tropical rainforests of Mt. Gede-Pangrango National Park adjacent to historical Cibodas Botanical Garden. Lying between Cianjur and Sukabumi regencies of West Java Province, the Park is rich with flora and fauna and is covered by sub-montane, montane and sub-alpine forest. The active Mt. Gede volcano (2,958 m) and triangular shaped Mt. Pangrango (3,019 m) are favored weekend hiking destinations for many Jakartans. Waterfalls, hot springs, dense jungle, fresh air, and cool weather, will served as a refreshing weekend getaway from the bustling city life.
Standing majestically on its own with its perfect cone shaped in the middle of Garut, Mt. Cikuray at 2,821 masl is the highest peak in Parahyangan highland of West Java. From the summit, you will be treated to Garut city lights view, a breathtaking sunrise, and followed by the forming of the ocean of clouds. For those who seek a more challenging weekend climb with great panoramic reward in West Java, this is a perfect destination.