BROMO IJEN HOLIDAY is a professional-local tour operator based in Sidoarjo City, East Java Indonesia. Estabilished on August 10th, 2010 with the goal of showing travelers the beauty of East Java. Since then, we have taken hundreds of visitors on unforgettable journeys. Whether you are looking for an action-packed adventure or a relaxing gateway, we can help you plan the perfect trip.

BROMO IJEN HOLIDAY will be always ready to serve you which offer best price for you with detail tour packages for your holiday. As a professional and experienced company in the field of tours and outdoor activities, We guarantee the comfort and safety of customers during your trip. We have a team that is trained and experienced in organizing tour packages and outdoor activities that can be tailored to customer needs and desires. With quality service and affordable prices, we can be the right choice for tourists who want to enjoy Bromo's natural beauty and exciting outdoor activities.



Located some 4 hours drive from Surabaya, the capital of East Java, Mount Bromo is a part of the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park that covers a massive area of 800 square km. While it may be small when measured against other volcanoes in Indonesia, the magnificent Mt Bromo will not disappoint with its spectacular views and dramatic landscapes. At 2,392 meters tall, Mt Bromo is not among the tallest of Indonesia’s mountains but its stunning beauty lies in its incredible setting.

From a vantage point on Mount Penanjakan (2,770 meters above sea level), 2.5 hours from Malang. visitors from around the world come to see the sunrise over Mt Bromo. From this spot the vista is magnificent. All you will hear is the click of cameras as visitors snap their camera’s hoping to capture the incredible scene of Mt Bromo in the foreground with Mt Semeru smoking in the distance and the sun shining brightly, quickly rising in the sky.

The eerie landscape has spurned countless legends and myths. Mt Bromo has particular significance for the Tengger people who believe that this was the site where a brave prince sacrificed his life for his family. The people here appease the Gods once a year during the annual Kasada festival where offerings of vegetables, chickens and money are thrown into the crater of the volcano.



Ijen plateau, also known as 'Kawah Ijen' is highly recommended for nature enthusiasts and hikers. The Plateau was at one time a huge active crater, 134 sq km in area. Ijen is a quiet but active volcano, and the landscape is dominated by the volcanic cones of Ijen (2,368 asl) and Merapi (2,800 asl) on the northeastern edge of the Plateau, and Raung (3,332 asl) on the southwestern corner.

The beauty of Ijen Crater has been recognized across the world. In March 2016, this magical lake has been included in UNESCO’s World Biosphere Reserves. When you arrived here after walking through a road surrounded by lush greeneries, a refreshing chill breeze will greet you right away. The air around Ijen Crater normally will reach about 10 degrees celsius daily. Sometimes, it might even hit 2 degrees celsius. In the day, the mesmerizing sight of sunlight radiating a turquoise lake enveloped with smokes will give you an everlasting impression. Several small vents can be found surrounding the crater. They are a source of work for sulfur miners, making their way up and down from the crater and down to the lake each and every day. At dawn, you can have a chance to witness an incredible natural phenomenon where blue-tinted flames will appear around the crater. Known by many as the Blue Fire, this phenomenon usually occurs around 05:00 AM.

The Ijen Plateau can be reached through Bondowoso from either the northern or the southern coast. It is closer to Banyuwangi, but the road can be very steep and badly deteriorated. A jeep is quite helpful, although difficult to hire in Banyuwangi and outrageously expensive. Most people walk the last 8 km (from about 64 km) along the road to Paltuding Post (the PHPA Post, the starting point, or the trek to the crater) from Bondowoso. Once you’ve arrived at Paltuding Post, you can trek your way up to the edge of the Ijen crater caldera through a 3 km long route. The daily climbing schedule starts at 01:00 AM up until 12:00 AM. However, during the restriction period, the climbing schedule will instead start at 03:00 AM.


Tumpak Sewu, also known as Coban Sewu, is a tiered waterfall that is located between the Pronojiwo District, Lumajang Regency, and the Ampelgading District, Malang Regency, in East Java, Indonesia. The waterfall is overshadowed by Semeru, an active volcano and the highest mountain in Java. The Glidik River, which flows down Semeru, is the primary water source for the waterfall. Tumpak Sewu is loosely translated to mean "a thousand waterfalls" in the Javanese language. The name likely originated due to its appearance of many different waterfalls in one single, semi-circular area.

Tumpak Sewu is a highly-visited tourist destination, primarily on the weekends. Infrastructure built around and inside the main box canyon has allowed for easier access to the area, although the trip to enter or exit is still physically demanding and may take around an hour to complete.


MADAKARIPURA WATERFALL Leaving misty Mount Bromo behind and descending into the Probolinggo Regency, one will find a spectacular sight secluded within the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park: this is the enchanting Madakaripura Waterfall. Believed to be the final meditation place of military Commander-in-Chief, Gajah Mada, of the great Javanese kingdom of Majapahit in East Java, the towering waterfall is fondly dubbed the eternal waterfall, since its waters never cease to pour down an endless rain of blessings on those fortunate enough to walk underneath it.

Located not too far from Mount Bromo near the village of Sapih, in the Lombang district, Madakaripura Waterfall is about three hours’ drive from the capital of East Java, Surabaya. The spectacular waterfall lies hidden at the end of a deep valley in the foothills of the Tengger mountain range. To reach this, visitors must trek about 20 minutes crossing rivers and a rocky path, set amongst beautiful sceneries along the way, before reaching the entrance. Here a statue of Majapahit‘s great Commander, Gajah Mada, in the seated position of deep meditation greets visitors before they continue further on foot.

An atmosphere of natural grandeur radiates around as the waterfall comes into view. As the rumbling sounds of water grows louder, a spellbinding feature of water curtains cover the path, that will not only please the eyes but also freshen body and soul. Here, nature gracefully pours her endless refreshing gifts, making getting wet quite inevitable. While it may be best to be ready with raincoats or umbrellas, stalls along the trekking path will offer umbrella rentals and plastic bags to protect valuables, such as cameras.

The path ends in a surreal tube-like valley where the staggering 200 meters gallant waterfall highlights the scene. Decorated with a cave on the wall which was believed to be the exact location where Commander in Chief Gajah Mada performed his last meditation, Madakaripura Waterfall is even dubbed as the tallest waterfall in Java and the second tallest waterfall in Indonesia after Sigura-gura Waterfall near Lake Toba, North Sumatra. While the waterfall’s sheer height is by itself already a wonder, the ambience around the area is truly something that needs to be experienced first-hand to be believed.

Surrounded by outstandingly high walls, the Fall flows down into an almost mystical natural chamber. Inside the 200 meters “chamber”, the reflected sunlight shining through onto the wet green moss on the rocky wall accompanied by the ever rumbling sounds of water creates a spectacle unlikely found elsewhere. Decorated with huge boulders, endlessly falling water, and sparkling moss, one only needs to gaze up to the distant sky and immerse oneself in the spellbinding beauty of nature. While the fascinating scene can be captured on camera, the true sensation of being in one of the most outstanding places on earth can only be felt by being there.

According to ancient Javanese 14th century epic poem, Negarakretagama, Madakaripura was a piece of land given to Commander Gajah Mada by the Majapahit King Hayam Wuruk. Gajah Mada himself is the most celebrated military commander in the history of the great Javanese Majapahit Kingdom that thrived between 1293 to 1500AD. Its commander is recognized as the main figure who succeeded in unifying the entire Indonesian Archipelago then under the huge Majapahit empire (that at the time was said to stretch until Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Southern Thailand , the Philippines and East Timor) under his famous oath the “Sumpah Palapa”.

It is said that the source of his overwhelming power and abilities lie within the cave of the Madakaripura Waterfall, where Gajah Mada frequently came to meditate. The great commander eventually chose the place as his last place for mediation before he was believed to have been –what ancient Javanese believed- “Muksha” - or vanished spiritually and physically from the face of the earth, rather than just dying physically. To honor this legacy, many people still visit the Falls to meditate or perform rituals, especially on the eve of 1 Suro, the Javanese New Year. As a place that is historically significant, culturally sacred, and naturally spellbinding, Madakaripura is simply a must, when you visit East Java.


2 Days 1 Night

We start from Juanda International Airport, The Driver will pick you up from International Arrival Gate and directly to the hotel in Bromo around 3 hours or if we have a long time, before going to the hotel, we go to MADAKARIPURA WATERFALL and after that we go to hotel. At 03.00 am we have to be ready to go to Pananjakan sunrise viewpoint or Kingkong Hill by jeep to see sunrise and then we go to Bromo Crater and Whispering sands. At 10.00 am back to the hotel to have a breakfast and shower, at 12.00 pm Check out from the hotel and back to Juanda International Airport.

3 Days 2 Nights

We start from Juanda International Airport, The Driver will pick you up from International Arrival Gate and directly to the hotel in Bromo or if you want to have lunch or dinner, the driver will recommend you the traditional food near airport and after that we go to hotel around 3 hours to check in. At 03.00 am we have to be ready to go to Pananjakan Sunrise viewpoint or Kingkong Hill by jeep to see sunrise and then go to Bromo Crater but before going there, the driver will drop you off around bromo crater to take photos by jeep, after that the driver will pick you up to parking area and you can go to bromo crater by walking or by riding a horse, the distance between parking area to bromo crater around 2 kilometers, the next destination you can go to Whispering sands, Savana, Teletubies Hill. At 10.00 am back to the hotel and shower and at 12.00 pm check out from the hotel and go to MADAKARIPURA WATERFALL untill at 03.00 pm and then we directly go to hotel to check in and at 01.30 am we have to be ready to go IJEN CRATER and before climbing, you can drink some coffee at basecamp, around at 04.00 am we go to ijen crater to see blue lake in ijen crater and bluefire ( if you're lucky ), but go to there you have to climb around 3 kilometers by walking or you can use trolley service to go to ijen crater. At 08.00 am back to basecamp to have a breakfast and then back to car and go to Ferry port or back to Juanda International Airport.

4 Days 3 Nights

We start from Juanda International Airport, The Driver will pick you up from International Arrival Gate and directly go to MADAKARIPURA WATERFALL around 3 hours by car, you can take a photo in MADAKARIPURA WATERFALL with local guide and after that go to hotel in bromo to check in. At 02.30 am we have to be ready to go to Pananjakan Sunrise Viewpoint or Kingkong Hill by jeep to see sunrise, and the next destination go to Bromo Crater, Savana and Whispering Sands. At 10.00 am back to the hotel to have a breakfast and shower. At 12.00 pm Check out and go to hotel around 4 hours. At 04.00 pm Check in the Hotel and take a rest. At 00.00 am go to Ijen Crater by car around 2 hours and drop to the basecamp to take a rest and drink some coffee. At 04.00 am Trekking to Ijen Crater with local guide to take some photos ( Bluefire, Ijen Crater and Blue Lake ) and at 08.00 am back to basecamp to have a breakfast and then back to car and back to the hotel and at 12.00 pm check out and going to the next hotel around 5 hours by car, at 05.00 pm to check in the hotel and take a rest. At 05.30 am go to TUMPAK SEWU WATERFALL, at 08.00 am explore with local guide untill at 01.00 pm and then back to Surabaya City to check in the hotel near from The Airport.