Mount Bromo Tour Attractions

Mount Bromo, located in East Java, is one of the most popular nature holiday places in Indonesia. It is loved by both local visitors from other areas and also from the foreigners who come to see the Bromo. Not only is the sunrise scene that is the main attraction of Mount Bromo, but there are many attractions around Bromo that are rarely explored by tourists. These places can only be reached by 4WD vehicles which is why these attractions are not as popular as the others.

Interesting tourist attractions in Bromo are often overlooked because most visitors only visit 4 general locations, such as Mount Penanjakan to see the sunrise, Bromo crater, the savannah, and so-called teletubies hills. This article will explain other mount Bromo tour attractions that are as beautiful as the other popular ones and might bring you joy.

Madakaripura waterfall

Madakaripura Waterfall is in the Lumbang District, Probolinggo Regency. We can reach this tourist spot from the direction of Probolinggo Tongas to Mount Bromo. Travel access is good for both 4-wheeled and 2-wheeled vehicles like a motorcycle. With the cheap ticket prices, tourists can be treated to the stunning scenery of a beautiful waterfall. Madakaripura Waterfall has a height of about 200 meters and located just below the mount Bromo. If you don’t really like the idea of hiking, going to the waterfall might be a good alternative.

Bromo milky way

As the name suggests, we can see a bit of our milky way galaxy from here. Bromo milky way can only be visited at night, of course. Don’t forget to prepare a good camera if you are interested in seeing this Bromo milky way. The reason why bromo milky way is interesting is that one of the conditions for getting the best milky way is far from the city lights or in perfect darkness, without clouds and the right calculation for hunting milky way (use astronomy apps for this!).

Whispering sand

Don’t worry, it’s not haunted. Whispering Sand is one of the locations in the area of the sea of Bromo apart from Penanjakan, the crater of Mount Bromo, and the Savana. It is called the whispering sand because when the wind blows, it makes a certain hissing sound that really resembles people whispering.

How about our article at the lesser-known mount Bromo tour attractions? Maybe it will help you decide what would you do on the next holiday.

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