Relax  Mt. Bromo and crater & Ijen plateau - 4 days / 3 nights
Private transport guarantees the optimal feeling of relaxation on this 4 days tour to Mt. Bromo, the Ijen Plateau and Ijen crater lake

Day 01. Surabaya (airport/hotel) – Cemara Lawang
You will be picked up at your hotel or at Juanda International Airport Surabaya. In approximately three hours you will reach water falls Madakaripura , a great place to refresh and touch the nature, be ready to get wet !!! .if we still have time, do soft trekking to visit local life and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. 

Overnight at : Lava view lodge / The Joglo kecombrang or Bawangan - Bromo

Day 02. Mount Bromo sunrise tour By Jeep – Village near ijen - Banyuwangi
You will have to wake up early morning as the sun is an early bird too. 03.00 o'clock in the morning is an outstanding moment to have a cup of coffee or tea. Then you will depart for a 40 minutes drive to Mt. Pananjakan. Mt. Pananjakan is the highest viewpoint in the area to see the sunrise. Weather conditions determine the sea of color that you are going to see. Once the sun warmed you up - as it is cold at the top, between 0 and 10 ºC - you will meet your driver again.
It is time to visit the eye-catching volcano itself, Mt. Bromo. You will cross the Sea of Sand (please stop if you wish). The last part to the crater, you will have to walk. It will take about 45 minutes to get to Bromo's crater rim. Take a look in its mouth, enjoy the surroundings and inhale the morning freshness. Take your time.
Once back at your Jeep, you will return to your hotel to have breakfast and check out. Then you continue by private car via a winding road that leads you over the hill Ara-Arak to either Bondowoso . Have your lunch (not included) at a spot with some beautiful views. After lunch it is another 3 hours to the village Sempol (Ijen area) via Bondowoso, where you can have time to relax  your legs at Blawan hot spring and visit the water falls. At the Ijen Plateau you might have time to explore the surroundings enjoy more. We will spend the night in a hotel with a rice field views.

Overnight : Hotel teras Ijen -( swimming pool)

Day 03. Explore the Ijen area - Kaliklatak plantation 
After breakfast , It is an relaxing day, you can decide what time you will start explore Kaliklatak plantation, See a closer look what the coffee cocoa, rubber clove and others spices trees looks like and traditional Sulphur processing in Licin village or Taman gandrung teracota,is an park, which has hundreds of statues of Gandrung dancers, and it was built on a terraced rice field at the foot of Mount Ijen, Visit some locals house in the villages of sulphur miner in Ijen. It is nice to get to know them in reality. Note : there is no exact time processing in the factory ( plantation / sulphur ) it is depend on raw material and weather. 

Overnight : Hotel teras Ijen - Banyuwangi 

Day 04. Ijen trekking – Ketapang/Bali
Having coffee of tea before depart to Paltuding (trekking point) at 03.00. It takes about 2 hours to reach Paltuding where your local guide is waiting for you with gas masks. Arrival at the Ijen trekking point and start trekking to top of Mt Ijen. It is at least one hour hiking to the lake.
On the edge of Ijen crater lake you can enjoy a colorful panorama. At the same time many sulphur miners are at work. It is a heavy duty to carry loads of around 80 kilograms up the rim and then down the slopes of Mt. Ijen.
After you experienced Ijen crater lake, there is still time to visit the sulphur factory (if they are open) where sulphur is purified and packed in Licin village. On your way to the harbor you can also visit Jagir Waterfalls, Then we drop you at the harbour in Ketapang, where you can catch the ferry to Bali. Tour End.

Estimated time of arrival in Ketapang ( ferry port Java ): around 11.00 noon
Estimated time of arrival in Gilimanuk (ferry port Bali) around 13.00, please note that Bali time is one hour ahead of Java time

Note : This journey is designed to make sure you feel comfortable. Making your travel experience better. First, feel free to ask for a short break whenever you need it during the journey. Remember, this trip is just for you, so try to make it the best by paying attention to your physical condition. For example, ask our driver to take a break for walking at the sawah/ rice field or visit a local market to make the long journey more interesting.

Low Income: Sulfur mining is a physically demanding and dangerous job, yet the income earned by miners is often minimal. The economic necessity drives individuals to continue working in these perilous conditions.

Unstable Terrain: The path around the Ijen crater can be steep, rocky, and uneven. Miners traverse this challenging terrain daily, increasing the likelihood of slips, trips, and falls, leading to injuries.