Itinerary

Below is the itinerary of Trip n Treat around East Java (Bromo, Ijen, Sukamade, and so on). If you feel like modifying one of the itineraries according to your availability, please contact us. Our team would be happy to chat with you. In addition, Trip n Treat also has more itineraries to Tanjung Puting, Borobudur, Bali, and Flores that will be displayed sooner.

East Java Trails

Surabaya Bromo Overnight

Gunung BatokIf you have a very limited time to visit East Java, you may still be able to visit the higlight of East Java tourism: Mount Bromo. Catch the mesmerizing sunrise over Bromo caldera with the background of Mount Semeru, the highest point of Java. If you’re not in hurry to catch your flight, you can refresh your day under the Madakaripura waterfall.

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Surabaya Ijen Bromo

Bromo SunriseSurabaya is the start and end point of this kind of circular tour. Within 3 days, Trip n Treat will accompany you to visit the tourism highlights of East Java, i.e. the photogenic sunrise at Mount Bromo and the astonishing blue flame of Ijen crater. If you have a little more time, you can refresh your day under Madakaripura waterfall in the last day of the tour.

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Overland Surabaya Bromo Ijen

Ijen Blue FlameThis tour is designed to fill in your overland trip from Yogyakarta to Bali through East Java. You need to allocate at least 3 days to travel through East Java and visit its tourism highlights, i.e. the photogenic sunrise at Mount Bromo and the astonishing blue flame of Ijen crater. At the end of the tour, Trip n Treat will drop you off in Ketapang ferry port where you can continue your journey to Bali.

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Malang Bromo Overnight

Horse in BromoMalang is the start and end point of this tour. We’ll be driving via Ngadas, the West entrance of Bromo. You’ll see the other side of Bromo, behind the crater. Here you can find a vast savannah or grassland of Bromo. Come, let’s explore Bromo from Malang with Trip n Treat!

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Overland Malang Bromo Ijen

Ijen CraterAs an alternative for your overland trip in East Java, you can start it from Malang. The interesting point of this trip is you can visit Singasari and Sumberawan temple on the way to Bromo, although the temples are not as big as Borobudur and Prambanan in Central Java. You will also be watching the photogenic sunrise at Mount Bromo and the astonishing blue flame of Ijen crater. At the end of the tour, Trip n Treat will drop you off in Ketapang ferry port where you can continue your journey to Bali.

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Overland Bromo Sukamade Ijen

Turtles SukamadeThis tour will show you various landscape of East Java. From the highland of Bromo and Ijen to the seaside at Sukamade Beach. In addition, you will drive through the tropical jungle to get to Sukamade and releasing baby turtles to the ocean in the morning. An adventure to Sukamade could fill your overland trip from Yogyakarta to Bali nicely.

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Overland Bromo Baluran Ijen

Deer in BaluranSlightly different from the conventional overland Bromo and Ijen trip, this tour will offer you one-day-break in Baluran National Park. In Baluran, you’ll find a savannah where wildlife come to grass. That’s why some people mention Baluran as a little Africa in East Java. When you’re travelling from one highland to another in East Java, this trip may give you an alternative break in between.

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Overland Blitar Malang Bromo

Candi MalangBlitar is a small town which is known as the hometown of the first president of Indonesia, Soekarno. Here you can find his tomb and a museum to commemorate his inspiring life for the country. This tour will take you to Blitar where you can start your East Java overland trip from Yogyakarta to Bali. Malang, Bromo and Ijen are waiting for you ahead.

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Overland Bromo Papuma Ijen

Papuma BeachThis tour tweaks the conventional East Java overland by taking you to see sunset over Papuma Beach and visit Coffee and Cacao Research Institute in Jember. Your trip would be enriched by a knowledge of coffee and cacao beans processing. Back home, you can share your new knowledge with your friends or family. That sounds interesting, doesn’t it?

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