Home » Articles » complete guide to visit ijen crater and blue fire

complete guide to visit ijen crater and blue fire

Do you want see the natural blue fire, running down the mountain during the night, a acid lake, with amazing sunrise, and various shades of pink and purple as a backdrop, yourself being enrobed in sulphur smoke, breathing into a gas mask,making you look like a soldier on a mission and passing men carrying up to 90 kilos of suplhur in baskets on they shoulders. you can see that in ijen crater, east java, indonesia.

Here’s an overview of our complete guide

1. Who would enjoy the Ijen Crater experience?
2. Who I would not recommend this trip to?
3. The highlights of this trip
4. best time to go?
5. Reach there
6. How long do the complete trekking ?
7. things you need to bring for the hike

1. Who would enjoy the Ijen Crater experience?
  • Mountain enthusiasts and mountain climbers
  • Traveller who love nature, natural phenomena but are not afraid of natural uncertainties. You can see the enthusiasm of sulfur workers, which makes you inferior and grateful for your life.

2. Who I would not recommend this trip to?
  • You who have asthma
  • You who have heart diseas
  • You who have high blood pressure

3. The highlights of this trip

  1. Blue Fire 

2. acid lake 

3. Sulfur worker

4. best time to go

The best time to visit the ijen crater is between April and October because this is the dry season. If you choose to visit during November and March, this is the rain season (difficult to predict) so the route can be very sloppy and slippery, which will make the hike much more difficult.

ijen crater lake

6. How long do the complete trekking ?

You will be trekking as far as 3.8 km, to get to the blue fire spot

7. things you need to bring for the hike

  • Torches (either hand torches or headlamps)
  • Gloves (it is cold up there, but they even serve you well when you go down the crater and have to hold on to sharp rocks)
  • Gas masks, the which you need as protection against thick clouds of toxic gases such as sulfur dioxide.
  • Warm clothes.

VISIT HERE FOR MORE PICTURE

# Share this information with your friends

No comments yet

Please write your comments

Your email will not be published. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.

Your Comment*Your Name* Email Address* Your Website

Contact Us

If you have any questions, please contact us.