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Indonesia Volcano Tour

Indonesia has the highest number of volcanoes than any other country in the world, crossed by the ring of fire which crosses through Indonesia and on through the Pacific ocean. Indonesia has over 400 volcanoes, with over 100 of these active. Dotted with mountains and volcanoes covered by tropical rain forest, Indonesia is one of the world’s most exotic places for tropical mountain trekking and volcano observation. The Indonesia Ring of Fire runs through Sumatra, Java, the Lesser Sunda Islands and then up to Moluccas.

If you’ve always wanted to hike up a volcano, there is no better place to go than Indonesia. Because of the country’s location at the meeting point of three tectonic plates—the Australian, Eurasian and Pacific plates—, it’s home to numerous volcanoes.

Although boasting 17,000 islands, Indonesia may come to mind with lots of islands and beaches and sea, but you be surprised that it has just as many mountains. Being an archipelago that is situated at the confluence of the tectonic plates – Asian, Australian, Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, it has as many as 129 volcanoes making it the country with 13 percent of the world’s volcanoes. These volcanoes encircling the stretch of Indonesia has a name with a cool ring to it – Indonesia Ring of Fire.

Best Volcano Hiking And Trekking in Indonesia

1. Kawah Ijen Volcano

Ijen Plateau, known as “Kawah Ijen“, is a volcano complex located in East Java and is regarded as one of the unmissable sights in Indonesia. Ijen is a quiet but active volcano, set amidst a stunning landscape of volcanic cones and a beautiful turquoise coloured sulfur lake. But that’s not the only attraction that makes Ijen famous.
Travelers, us included, flock to Ijen for what’s know as the “Blue Fire”, an electric-blue flame that appears from the combustion of sulfuric gases. The gases emerge from cracks in the volcano at high pressure and temperature of up to 1,112°F (600°C), igniting when they come in contact with air. The blue flames can reach up to 16 feet (5 meters) high.

2. Mount Bromo

3. Mount Batur

4. Mount Agung

5. Mount Merapi

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