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Travellers heading to Mount Bromo in East Java, Indonesia should note that due to recent rise in volcanic activity, the area within 2.5 km radius from the crater has been closed off to visitors. Due to this restriction visitors temporarily will not be able to visit some of the popular tourist spots within Tengger Caldera, such as the savannah, whispering sand (Pasir Berbisik), and climbing the Bromo crater. Sunrise and sunset viewing is still possible from the viewing platform at mount Penanjakan.
View of Mt. Bromo from Mt. Penanjakan
The first ever post in this site brings us to the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park in East Java, Indonesia. Over a million years ago, a violent volcanic eruption tore up the area, blowing massive amount of soil into the air, resulting in the creation of a vast crater. In time, volcanic ash settled and forms what is known today as a ‘sand sea’. Today, the main attraction in this area is a collection of five peaks that has sprung up inside the ancient …