Tengger Caldera Transportation

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    Car from Surabaya is nice

    by ukirsari Updated Sep 16, 2004

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    Flight from Jakarta to Surabaya, then using train, bus or car to reach Tengger Massif from 2 entry points:
    1. Probolinggo [most popular route]
    Route: Surabaya >> Probolinggo, if using mass transportation, change into L300 at the terminal >> Sukapura >> Ngadisari >> west Bromo
    2. Malang
    Route: Surabaya >> Malang change into L300 at the terminal >> Tumpang >> Gubuk Klakah >> Ngadas >> Jemplang >> south-west Bromo

    My brother and his wife (c) ukirsari
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    Bus and private car to get there

    by chrisvandenbroucke Updated Jun 15, 2004

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    From Solo we took abus (2 hrs ) and arrived somewhere in the middle of nowhere in a busstation in Probolinggo.
    There we were temped to take the (cheap) local bus (a small one) but heard that it would take us 3 hrs.
    The private bus would only take one hr.
    We were in the back isde of the car which had also a driver and one more man in the front. It became dark and we didn't know where we were or how long it would take us.
    Somewhere along the road, they just stopped and asked for the money. I paid and luckily, they drove further.
    After one a half hour we arrived at the hotel.
    Catherine had been scared to death.

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    • Backpacking
    • Budget Travel

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    No need to hire a horse

    by jorgejuansanchez Written Aug 24, 2014

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    In order to climb to Bromo you do not need a horse. On foot is easy and more rewarding since you do not depend on horses and a guide. Besides, walking is very helpful for you body.

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    Riding Horse

    by black_mimi99 Written Nov 21, 2006

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    We can riding horse to the stairways of mount Bromo from the car stop near bromo feet. Or to around riding horse is great too....

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    Jeep

    by black_mimi99 Written Nov 21, 2006

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    To go to Mount Penajakan pointview, we can rent this jeep, cos the road to Penanjakan is reallyyyy so narrow, and damage and can npt use other type of car...

    jeep-mi's

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  • you can use horses

    by Bonobo2005 Updated Jun 6, 2003

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    From the village of Cemoro Lawang you can do a guided horsetrips to the stairs of Mt. Bromo.

    Leave around 4.30AM, ca. 1 hour.
    Not for me though, I prefer walking myself.

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