First on our list is the famous tulip. Tulips are one of the most beloved and a favorite among flower lovers. They grow in cool springs and dry summers. A classic spring flower, Tulip color can range from purple to yellow, white, red, pink and orange.
Indonesia’s second highest volcano towers over the gorgeous landscape of Lombok Island. The height demands a three to four day journey on a rather challenging trail, but the hike will not be without its rewards.
One of the easiest and most popular hikes in Indonesia, Mount Bromo is famous for its stunning views. The active volcano lies within the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, releasing puffs of white sulphurous smoke up into the clouds.
The mountain’s crater, however, was seen of spewing thin white smoke that reached 400 meters from its peak. Authorities also recorded dozens of earthquakes, including a volcanic one, occurring within the week.
Gunung Bromo & Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park
A lunarlike landscape of epic proportions and surreal beauty, the volcanic Bromo region is one of Indonesia’s most breathtaking sights.
Gunung Merapi (2968m) meaning 'Fire mountain' is located close to Jogjakarta in Java. The first recorded activity of Gunung Merapi was in 1548 though historians note that Borobudur was destroyed in the 11th century by a violent eruption.
Perhaps easiest of Indonesia's volcanoes to enjoy, the multicolored Kelimutu lakes are a popular stop in Flores. Kelimutu's three crater lakes continuously bubble and boil; the other-worldly colors change periodically as the chemical composition of the noxious water changes.
A hike through Mount Ijen will not only reward visitors with a breathtaking nature view and cool breeze but also with rare blue sulfur flames blazing at its caldera.
Another active volcano in Indonesia is Mount Bromo, a Somma volcano situated in the country’s East Java region. The mountain’s peak stands 7,641 feet in elevation making it among the highest in East Java.
Volcanoes are Earth's geologic architects. They've created more than 80 percent of our planet's surface, laying the foundation that has allowed life to thrive. Their explosive force crafts mountains as well as craters. In addition, this is a very stunning phenomenon of nature. So, a huge number of people all over the world go to view this miracle.
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