4D/3N Malang-Ranu Pane-Ranu Kumbolo-Mt Semeru Observatory-Bromo-Ijen-Drop off Ketapang Port (4 Days/3Nights)

Day 1 : Malang-Ranu Pane-Ranu Kumbolo (L,D)
Pick up from malang and then drive to Coban Pelangi Waterfall, and proceed to Ranu Pane. Ranu Pane (2200m asl) is a 1 Ha lake as a start to climb Mt Semeru. From Ranu Pane trek to Ranu Kumbolo (2400 m asl) which will take around 3 – 4 hours, a beautiful lake located on slope of Mt Semeru. Stay overnight in tent. Simple lunch and simple dinner.

Day 2 : Ranu Kumbolo-Ranu Pane-Senduro-Cemoro Lawang (B,L,D)
After having breakfast and then trek back to Ranu Pane and drive by jeep to Senduro where Mt Semeru observatory and proceed to Cemoro Lawang. On the way you will pass Whispering Savannah and Sea of Sand. Check in.

Day 3: Bromo Sunrise Tour-Ijen Area (B,L,D)
Depart at 04.00 from hotel to Mt Penanjakan to see sunrise and then drive to sea of sand, trekk and climb Mt Bromo peak to see its crater. Drive back to hotel, breakfast and if weather permits you can visit Madakaripura waterfall. Drive to Ijen Area. If you stay overnight in Sempol (Arabica Homestay) you can visit waterfall and hot spring.

Day 4. Ijen-Ketapang Port (B)
Depart at 04.00 AM from hotel, and drive to Paltuding, and then trek 3.5 KM through slope of Mt Ijen to see its crater. Enroute you will meet men carrying yellow sulfur blocks with bamboo basket. After enjoying the volcanic crater, then return to Paltuding.

Hotel :
Option 1
Tent at Ranu Kumbolo
Bromo Permai
Arabica Homestay

Option 2
Tent at Ranu Kumbolo
Lava View Lodge
Ketapang Indah

-4WD and Transportation
-Hotel as program
-English speaking guide
-Meals as program
-All entrance fees
-Parking/Toll charge
-Mineral Water

Exclude :
-Travel Insurance
– Personal Expenses
-Additional meals and beverages
-Driver/Guide Tips

What to prepare;
Warm clothing (sock, gloves, scarf, hat), flash light, raincoat, personal medication, sneaker/walking shoes

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