3 Days Mt Bromo & Ijen Crater

Ijen Crater Blue Flame

Views from Mt Ijen during sunrise

Mt Ijen Crater

Views of Mt Bromo During Sunrise

Horseriding at Mt Bromo

Jeep Ride at Bromo

Mt Bromo & Ijen Crater

Mt. Bromo, at 2,329 m, 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 travellers with its incredible golden sunrise.

Ijen volcano contains the world’s largest acidic volcanic crater lake, famous for its turquoise colour and the natural phenomenon blue flame, formed by the heat and sulphur gas from the crater. These part of East Java will dazzle your precious journey with breathtaking views that cannot be found elsewhere on the island of Java.


3 Days Bromo-Ijen Crater

Tour Code: AINDO-BI_03

Day 1  Surabaya – Banyuwangi   [L/D]

Morning arrival at Surabaya airport. Pick up service and transfer to Banyuwangi. Check in hotel Ketapang Indah or Mahkota Plengkung. Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at hotel.

Day 2   Banyuwangi –  Ijen Crater Tours  – Probolinggo – Cemorolawang village [B/L/D]

Early morning pick up at hotel and transfer to Ijen for trekking to Ijen crater rim and down to crater to see the blue fire. Then back to hotel for breakfast and transfer to Cemorolawang. Lunch enroute. Check in hotel Cafe Lava or Bromo Permai. Dinner at hotel.

Day 3 Sunrise Mt. Bromo – Surabaya Airport [B/-]

Wake up early, and prepare for Bromo sunrise tour. By jeep transfer to mt. Pananjakan to view sunrise over mt. Batok, Bromo and Semeru. Drive to caldera of sand sea and hike up to Bromo crater’s rim (if allowed). Back to hotel for breakfast and check out. Transfer to Surabaya Airport or your hotel in Surabaya/Malang. Tour Ends

Price validity: 01 Jan 2019 – 31 Dec 2019

LAND Price per person in SGD 

Pax2-34-67-910-1415 & above
Cost 650580520480430

A deposit of
S$200 per person is required to confirm your reservation and balance to be paid 30 days prior departure.
Estimated airfares + taxes: from $250Optional Tour
LAND Price includes

  • AC transportation
  • Jeep transportation to Ijen and Bromo
  • Hotels as mentioned above or similar
  • English speaking guide
  • Meals: Breakfast 2x, lunch 2x, dinner 2x
  • Entrance tickets to national parks
  • Daily mineral water during tour
  • Refreshment: snack or fruit in car
  • Briefing prior departure
  • 15% for gears from X-Boundaries


Price excludes

  • All airfares, Airport taxes and fuel surcharge
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Tips to porters, guides
  • Travel Insurance (Compulsory)
  • Other tours not mentioned
  • Extra meals and drinks
  • Optional tour
  • Bar, Laundry, Phone call, Internet


  • Price subject to changes without prior notice.
  • Hotel is subject to availability
  • There will be a surcharge during peak season especially for end period of fasting till holidays for Moslem & period of Christmas till New Year
  • We can customise the type of hotel based on your budget range.

Extension: Choose One below for extension on Day 3

  • Batu: Batu Flower Garden / Coban Rondo Waterfalls / Paragliding Hills (choose one destination)
  • Batu: Eco Green Park / Museum Tubuh (choose one destination)
  • Batu: Batu Secret Zoo
  • Alun – Alun Batu City
  • Batu: Museum Angkut / Jatim Park 1 (choose one destination)
  • Pick Apples / Selecta Flower Garden (choose one destination)
  • Dino Park / The Legend Star (choose one destination)
  • Brawijaya Shopping Store
  • Pujon Village Tourism
  • Madakaripura waterfall

On Day 1:  You can try paragliding (about S$50) on Day 1 enroute at Batu Highland or do a rafting package at Pekalen River.

Day 3 Night in Hotel: Either in Malang or Surabaya — About S$60 for 3-star hotel or S$ 100 for 4-star hotel with breakfast

All extension/ optional at additional cost. Please contact us to customise your trip.


The crew is considerate and always ready to assist us.  We did not expect the weather to be so cold. best moment of the trip: Watching the sunrise at Mt Penanjakan. least enjoyed: The long car journey.

Grand Palace Hotel Malang looked very deserted. Believed they switched the buffet breakfast to a la carte menu because there were just too few guests.  The room is also too small to fit in the third bed. There is barely enough space to open the door.

Leong Chou Sern (27-30 Sep 2013)

When we reach the top of the mountain awaiting for the sun to rise. Everything to be worth for climbing up.


Grace (20-23 Dec 12)

Everything is in order, from start to finish. Our guide and driver are the best!

Best moments: The sunrise at Mt.Bromo, and sliding down its slopes after. 😉


Mylene C. Lopez (23-26 May 2013)

The driving was bad in the beginning but we got it corrected as we went along less wild overtakings. We do like to get there safe.

THe crater at Mt Bromo was not safe very narrow and no fence.

Best moment: THe mt Bromo visit as we could not get uop Ijen.

Least enjoyed: the Drive at night

Søren Jacobsen (26-30 Dec 2011)

The traffic conditions were horrific and the driver had to adapt his driving. At times it was testing on the nerves.

Best Moment : At the top of the volcanoes.

Least Enjoyed: The many hours spent sitting in the car

Do not use the grand palace at Malang. Cemera Indah Bromo obviously rips its customers by charging well over the local price for coffee.

beelin baxter (20-23 July 13)

The guide and driver from Indonesia were excellent and very helpful. The time on the road for Ijen and Bromo is very long but it can’t be helped. These are the 2 star attractions.  The trekking was very easy.

Although Bromo can be a tourist trap, the guide Gigay did a good job of ensuring our safety. The driver John aslo drove safely.  The trek up to Ijen crater lake was most enjoyable. Liked the challenge. The long travelling times on the car were tiring.

More could be done to actually introduce us to Malang. Although we went exploring on our own, there were alot of eateries, places we could not find on our own. The plantation at Malang was slightly boring. There were only apples. No other fruits.

Melvin Lee (25-28 July 2013)