An Epic 2 Week Java, Indonesia Travel Itinerary

We spent a total of two absolutely incredible months travelling through Indonesia. But, our two week Java itinerary was truly epic! In fact, I’d go so far as to say that Java, Indonesia is one of my favourite parts in all of South-East Asia! 

Big claim? Yep! 

But, I stand by it! 

When people think of visiting Indonesia, Bali is often the first place that comes to mind.

Bali has been a firm favourite with travellers for a long time. And sure, there are plenty of things to do in Bali. But, it has become extremely touristy over the years and by only visiting Bali, you’re missing out on some truly spectacular spots in Indonesia.

The island of Java in Indonesia has so much natural beauty on offer, and has some of the most genuine people you’ll meet in all your travels. 

The locals are full of smiles and waves, and the countryside is dotted with imposing volcanoes, beautiful rivers with turquoise water, and patchwork quilt rice fields. By following this amazing 2 week Java, Indonesia travel itinerary, you’ll follow in our footsteps, and see the absolute best this stunning island has to offer!

The perfect 2 week Java Indonesia travel itinerary. This Java travel guide takes in the best travel destinations on your route from West Java to East Java, including Yogyakarta's incredible Prambanan and Borobudur temples in Central Java, spectacular sunrise at volcanoes like Mount Bromo and Ijen, all the while experiencing Indonesia's wonderful people and culture. This epic travel itinerary will show you the best places beyond Bali in Indonesia | A Zest For Travel | #javaindonesia #mountbromo

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Our Java Indonesia Travel Route

Spending two weeks in Java, Indonesia will leave you with wonderful and lasting memories that are going to be hard to beat!

Java is a pretty big island though, stretching over 1000km across. It will take a bit of planning and time to get from West Java to East Java, in order to take in all the amazing sights.

Be prepared for a few long travel days!

Still, allocating two weeks to your Java travel itinerary should give you a good overview of what this incredible Indonesian island has to offer. Our two week route across Java took us through hectic cities, beautiful valleys with turquoise rivers, active volcanoes and stunning temples.

Pro Tip: If you’re headed to Bali first, you can also follow this itinerary in the opposite direction by starting in East Java instead, and working your way back across central Java to Jakarta in the west.

Day 1 – Fly To Jakarta

You can easily fly to Jakarta from all major centres around Asia. No matter where you’re coming from, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding reasonable flights to the Indonesian capital in West Java.

I personally like to check Skyscanner for the best deals on flights.

Read More: Check out all my best kept secrets on how to book cheap flights here!

Many people tell you to skip Jakarta. It gets a bad rap as a sprawling, smelly and overwhelming city. Despite this, we decided to spend a couple of nights in Jakarta and were actually pleasantly surprised!

Sure, it’s a huge city and traffic is insane! It takes time to get from A to B, and crossing the road can be super daunting!! 

But! Don’t let that deter you. 

Even here, as we experienced throughout Java, Indonesia, people are extremely friendly and helpful.

I’ll never forget trying to cross the road from the train station when we first arrived in Jakarta. Traffic was flying past in 4 lanes both ways. As I was standing there, a tuk-tuk driver asked if I wanted transport. But, when he realised I was simply trying to get to the other side of the road, he stuck up his hand to oncoming traffic and waved me on. This was my first experience of crossing the crazy busy roads in Jakarta.

It’s incredible! Simply stick up your hand and walk across slowly and steadily. It’s like sticking up your hand creates a magic bubble around you…

While we were still getting the hang of it, we followed locals (from old men to school children!) as they did this but later built up our courage and managed to wield this amazing magic ourselves! The traffic will slow down and work around you. 

Crazy traffic in Jakarta's Kota Tua

Jakarta does get some crazy traffic!

Where To Stay:

Capsule Hostel Old BataviaWe stayed in a double room with a private bathroom although they do offer dorm style accommodation too if you’re on a budget. Note that rooms do not have windows, but they are clean and comfortable. Capsule Hostel Old Batavia is located back from the street and it’s pretty quiet despite being in a central location. There’s a very simple breakfast included, although you can choose from a more extensive menu for an additional fee.

Where To Eat:

Bubur Ayam Cikini H.R. Suleman | An easy 5 minute walk down the road from Capsule Hostel Old Batavia you’ll find this non descript eatery on the corner of Jl. Pegangsaan Timur and Jl. Cilosari. We had the absolute best Nasi Goreng Ayam (chicken fried rice) here for IDR 25,000 each (€1.50/US$1.70). They even let us add a fried egg (telur) for free! Payment is by cash only.

Day 2 – Explore Jakarta

There are plenty of things to do in Jakarta if you’re interested in learning a bit about the history of Indonesia. It has a really unique and diverse blend of cultures!

Being that I’m Dutch by birth, I was really interested in learning more about Indonesia’s Dutch East India period.

Granted, a lot of this history doesn’t shine a very favourable light on the Dutch! But, this is part of our combined heritage, and given the fact that my Opa (grandfather) spent quite a bit of time here, it was really interesting to learn more about it and follow in his footsteps (to a point).

Interestingly enough, Indonesians don’t seem to have any hard feelings toward the Dutch despite the somewhat oppressive history. In fact, many people told me they were grateful for the infrastructure the Dutch brought to Indonesia, such as railroads and bridges.

Jakarta’s old town, Kota Tua or Old Bavaria, centers around Fatahillah Square

Jakarta’s old town, Kota Tua or Old Batavia, centers around Fatahillah Square

Jakarta is a very large city and in order to do as much as possible in the time you have here, I’d recommend getting a train pass for the day so you can easily travel between places of interest. Ask for a multi trip card at any ticket kiosk (Kartu Multi Trip/KMT). Prices start at IDR 30,000 and cards can be re-loaded with more credit.

Gambir train station is the main station in Jakarta. From here, it’s an easy ride on the über clean trains to Jakarta Kota station.

Jakarta’s old town, Kota Tua, is like stepping back into a colonial era Dutch town. Also known as Old Batavia, it can be hard to imagine that todays’ immense city used to be confined to just this small area. With many beautiful old buildings it is a small oasis of calm in the otherwise hectic city!

Spend some time enjoying the atmosphere and relative openness of Fatahillah Square, where you can even opt to ride a Dutch-style (and very colourful!) bicycle!

You can rent a colourful Dutch-style bicycle in Old Bavaria, Jakarta

Rent a colourful Dutch style bike in Old Batavia

You’ll also find various museums here including the Jakarta History Museum, Wayang Museum of puppetry and (a little further away) the Bank of Indonesia Museum.

Don’t be surprised if school children run up to you (some more confidently than others!) at the square to ask for a photo with you. You’ll get used to it as it will happen throughout your trip around Java and Indonesia! Prepare to feel like a celebrity!

If you catch the train back to Gambir station on your way back to Capsule Hostel Old Batavia, you can walk through the National Monument Park. The iconic landmark commemorates Indonesia’s independence from the Netherlands. 

Jakarta's National Monument Park commemorates Indonesia’s independence from the Netherlands

Jakarta’s National Monument commemorates Indonesia’s independence from the Netherlands

Where To Eat

Cafe Batavia | This is a very popular cafe right on Fatahillah Square, and is one of the oldest buildings in Kota Tua! It’s definitely a bit more expensive due to its popularity and location but the food is tasty and, by our standards, still reasonably priced from about IDR 60,000 for a (local) meal.

Day 3 – Travel By Bus From Jakarta To Pangandaran

If you do this the cheap way, day 3 is going to be a long travel day. Like I mentioned before, Java, Indonesia, is a big island and it takes time to get from one place to the next.

Make your way to Kampung Rambutan bus terminal in south-east Jakarta by Grab (approx IDR 90,000). It will feel a bit chaotic here but Indonesians are so friendly and helpful, you shouldn’t have too much trouble finding a bus that will take you to Pangandaran on the border of West and Central Java. 

We paid IDR 100,000 each and the ride took 9 hours. Like I said, this is a long day!

The alternative is to catch the train from Jakarta Gambir station to Banjar and then catch a bus the rest of the way (about another hour, depending on traffic). You can find train ticket information online at 

Merdeka bus company will get you from Jakarta to Pangandaran in West Java Indonesia

Merdeka Bus Will Take you From Jakarta To Pangandaran In 9 Or So Hours

Where to stay: 

Ahlen Pangandaran | You’ll be made to feel so welcome here that you won’t want to leave! A simple cooked breakfast is included in the room rate, but honestly the staff is by far the best thing about this place. Despite most of them having very limited English, they will go out of their way to accommodate you.

Where to eat: 

Warung Singaparna | You won’t find this place online. It’s a little roadside stall with seating on Jl. Bulak Laut that really only serves fried rice (Nasi Goreng) and noodles (Mie Goreng). But, it’s made fresh to order and is very tasty! And, it’s only IDR 15,000 (US$1 / €0.88) per meal!


Day 4 – Green Valley & Green Canyon Day Trip

I promise this will be the absolute highlight of your travel itinerary through Java, Indonesia! To date, this is one of our favourite and most memorable experiences of our long-term trip around South East Asia. 

Your day trip to Green Valley and Green Canyon can be organised by your accommodation. We loved our tour guide, Purnama, who we met through our accommodation. Check out this post on our awesome day trip, where you’ll find all the details you’ll need.

Swimming at green valley Citumang Pangandaran in West Java Indonesia

Honestly, how incredible is this water!?

If possible, try to avoid doing this trip at the weekend as Pangandaran is a popular destination for local tourism. We went on a Friday and were lucky enough to basically have Green Valley to ourselves and only a smattering of other people at Green Canyon.

We opted for a private day trip, which was well worth the IDR 1,200,000 (US$82 / €70) we paid (in total for the both of us).

In addition to the amazing Green Valley and Green Canyon, we experienced little extras like visiting a local krupuk and tempe producer, as well as a turtle sanctuary. I highly recommend going for the scooter option (rather than a car) if you’re able. It gives a lot more freedom and driving through the rice fields and the country side really added to the overall enjoyment of the day.

Green Valley near Pangandaran in West Java Indonesia is the best day trip we've done

Green Valley was incredibly clean and the water was so clear!


Day 5 – Cycle Around Pangandaran

Ahlen Pangandaran has bicycles you can borrow for free! So, spend today cycling around town and watching the locals go about their daily life.

We enjoyed heading down to the beach watching the local fishermen (and women!) bringing in their catch and laying everything out to dry in the sun.

We wandered along the beach and cycled further down to the even quieter stretches of beach just out of town. There are some great bamboo bars not too far out of town where you can watch surfers conquer waves while enjoying a refreshing drink. 

Local fisher people going about their daily business of drying small fish in the sun in Pangandaran

Watching the locals go about their daily business


Day 6 – Travel By Bus/Train To Yogyakarta

Today is another long-ish travel day, although not nearly as long as your trip to Pangandaran from Jakarta. 

It “only” takes about 5 hours by bus from Pangandaran to Yogyakarta in central Java. Or, you can take the bus (or a private transfer if there’s more of you) to Sidareja, and catch the train from there to Yogyakarta. 

Pro Tip: Make sure you buy your train ticket a few days in advance as these tend to sell out!

Take the afternoon to relax because you have an action packed few days ahead in this cultural city. Yogyakarta (aka. Jogja) is where you’ll spend the longest amount of time during your two week Java, Indonesia travel itinerary.

I’ll outline the main things to do in Yogyakarta, but I’d recommend that you read my comprehensive Yogyakarta travel guide for more specific details on how to spend your days here.

Yogyakarta is a lively city well worth spending some time in

Where To Stay: 

Yogyakarta BnB This small but quaint B&B is located a little back from the main hustle and bustle of Malioboro Street, meaning it’s lovely and quiet while still super central. We opted for the private double room, although there are dorm rooms too. Either way, you’ll have a shared bathroom. The breakfast was a real highlight here, as it varied daily and introduced us to some amazing local treats! There’s also a shared kitchen with unlimited free water refills.

Where To Eat:

Mediterranea Restaurant | While you won’t be going here for traditional Indonesian food, this was undoubtedly the best meal we had in Yogyakarta! If you like a succulent steak, you won’t go far wrong here. It’s definitely a little pricey by Indonesian standards but well worth the money for a yummy treat! And in reality, what’s US$8.50 / €7 for a good steak?

Joannda having steak and a glass of wine at Yogyakarta's best restaurant, Mediterranea

The absolute best food in Yogyakarta is at Mediterranea restaurant!


Day 7 – Yogyakarta – Prambanan Temple

Pictures of Prambanan Temple is what initially drew us to Yogyakarta in central Java, and we were not disappointed! In fact, I’d say it was the highlight of our time in Yogyakarta for me.

Not only is it an incredibly beautiful place to spend (at least) half a day, it is easily accessible from Yogyakarta city.

So – forget the tours!

You can quite simply catch the 1A Trans Jogja bus from Malioboro Street to the very last stop, which will take about an hour in total. From there, you can easily walk to the Prambanan Temple entrance.

If you can, I recommend staying at Prambanan until sunset as the temples just come alive with colour making for some incredible photos!


Prambanan temple in Yogyakarta Java Indonesia at sunset

Sunset is the best time to see Prambanan temple


Day 8 – Yogyakarta – Kraton Palace & Water Castle

You’ll probably want to enjoy a slightly slower pace today, so spend your time strolling around Yogyakarta and taking in some of the more central sights.

Start your day at the home of the reigning Sultan of Yogyakarta, Kraton Palace, and the partially restored Water Castle. The palace is only open until 12:30pm so make sure you head there first. Kraton Palace and the Water Castle are at two separate locations and each have their own entrance fee of IDR 15,000 per person.

Or, join this fun half day rickshaw tour covering both Kraton Palace and the Water Castle, including a guide and bottled water, for only €15 per person!

Joannda at Taman Sari - Yogyakarta Water Castle

Yogyakarta’s Water Castle – Taman Sari

In the early evening, why not take in the main tourist drag of Malioboro Street, where you’ll find an array of shops and a market too. Although prices here are aimed at foreigners so perhaps not the cheapest spot for souvenir hunting!

Pro Tip: Make sure you bargain if you do end up wanting to buy something!

Where To Eat:

For dinner tonight, why not try out some traditional Yogyakarta food with a fun Yogyakarta food discovery tour? You’ll get to try Yogyakarta’s famous Nasi Gudeg (sweet jackfruit cooked in palm sugar), various street foods, and the distinctive charcoal coffee (Kopi Joss).


Day 9 – Yogyakarta – Borobudur Temple

Another UNESCO heritage site and another temple, but Borobudur is a very different experience to Prambanan! This singular but massive temple is considered to be one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world.

Although many tourists will flock to Borobudur for sunrise, I personally didn’t think it was worth the extra money.

Instead, go just after sunrise so that you avoid the crowds and get more time to explore the area at your own pace.

Pro Tip: If you decide to visit both Borobudur and Prambanan, buy a combo ticket for IDR 630,000per person. The combo ticket is valid for 3 days and will save you IDR 70,000 per person!

Borobudur Temple just outside Yogyakarta should definitely be part of your Java Itinerary

Borobudur temple is a huge singular structure

Day 9 Bonus | Mount Merapi

As you’re up early anyway, it is totally possible to combine your morning at Borobudur with an afternoon at Mount Merapi.

Mount Merapi is one of the most active volcanoes in all of Indonesia where you can hike or opt for a fun off-road jeep adventure!

Visiting both Borobudur temple and Mount Merapi means hiring a car and driver for the day or joining a tour will likely be your best bet. It is possible to do Borobudur by public transport or by renting a scooter but it’s time consuming.

Mount Merapi jeep tour near Yogyakarta, Java Indonesia

Having fun at Mount Merapi with our jeep tour

Pro Tip: If you’re short on time, it is possible to combine Borobudur, Mount Merapi and Prambanan into one (long!) day trip with a tour like this one.

Day 10 – Travel From Yogyakarta To Probolinggo (Mt Bromo)

Yep, you guessed it – another long travel day!

Head east from Yogyakarta towards Probolinggo which is the best (and closest) access point to the incredible Mount Bromo, another highly active volcano in East Java, Indonesia.

While Mount Bromo itself is not the highest peak in the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, its distinctive dome shape makes it pretty iconic. As a result, it’s arguably become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Indonesia, both with local tourists and foreigners.

Sunrise over Mount Bromo, one of the most active volcanoes in Indonesia

Sunrise over Mount Bromo, one of the most active volcanoes in Indonesia

To get to Mount Bromo from Yogyakarta, you can once again either take the train or bus to Probolinggo where you’ll stay for the night before your early morning tour.

Pro Tip: There are two train stations in Yogyakarta, both having trains that leave for Probolinggo. Check your options from both Lempuyangan and Tugu train stations.

Full disclosure: I can’t speak from personal experience here as we actually joined a private tour from Yogyakarta. But, it was rather expensive and unfortunately, not really worth the money. If we had our time over we would make our own way to East Java and do a shorter tour of Mount Bromo and Ijen.

You can look at travel options on Rome2Rio and see what works best for you. If you decide to go by train, you can purchase tickets online here.

Where To Stay: 

iLOMBA | Honestly, there’s no point spending more than you need to for your accommodation tonight as you won’t be spending a lot of time here regardless. You’ll get a couple of hours sleep at best before your tour. But, it’s definitely a bonus to have breakfast included for when you return from your sunrise expedition tomorrow morning! Plus, it’s super close to the train station, making it easy to get to as well.

Where To Eat: 

Bebek Kremes KAM | Like I said, we did a tour so we didn’t eat here ourselves, but my motto is always “Go where the locals go!” and this place gets good reviews. And, for IDR 21,000 for a meal and a drink (US$1.40/€1.20), you can’t go too far wrong, right?!


Day 11 – Watch The Sunrise Over Mt Bromo

Get ready for an early start today because it’s sunrise time!

I’m the first to admit that I’m not naturally an early riser. And, I generally prefer sunsets to sunrise. BUT! The sunrise over Mount Bromo was a-m-a-z-i-n-g! You’ll want to get up for this one, I promise! Even if it is a 2am (or earlier) start…!

Joannda at Mount Bromo at sunrise

Yep! I got up for sunrise at Mount Bromo! So worth it!!

You’ll need to organise a jeep tour like this one, to take you from Probolinggo up to Mount Penanjakan where you’ll be able to see the sun rise over Mount Bromo. Doing a tour is really the only way to get everything out of today.

A word of warning – it is going to be crazy busy at sunrise! Like elsewhere in Java, Indonesia, I’d suggest avoiding going to Mount Bromo at weekends or public holidays if you can, as it will be even busier.

Mount Bromo on Java Indonesia is very popular with local tourism as well so it gets very busy

Be prepared for the crowds at Mount Bromo during sunrise

Our jeep wasn’t even able to take us all the way up to the top because of the traffic… It was nuts! But, we jumped out and walked the rest of the way.

Pro Tip: Take a picture of your jeep and its licence plate so that you can find your driver after sunrise!

After sunrise, your driver will take you to the Sea of Sand so you can walk across the desolate desert and climb Mount Bromo itself. You’ll get some pretty epic panoramic views after climbing the 250 steps to the crater.

The Sea of Sand with the stairs leading up to Mount Bromo Crater

It’s a steep climb up to the Mount Bromo crater

A word of warning – any bit of wind will kick up the ash into quite the sand storm! We had a bit of trouble finding our driver after we were done… And ended up with a lot of ash in our eyes!

Joannda walking on Mount Bromo Crater rim

Walking along the Mount Bromo crater rim


Day 11 Bonus | Madakaripura Waterfall

If you have the time (and energy!), ask your driver to take a detour so you can visit Madakaripura Waterfall on your return to Probolinggo. Madakaripura Waterfall is the tallest waterfall in Java, Indonesia, and creates a pretty curtain of water as it cascades from the vegetation above.

I’d suggest you get a lift on a motorbike to the start of the (easy) 20 or so minute walk into the valley. This should cost you around IDR 10,000 (US$0.70 / €0.60) each, on top of the entrance fee of IDR 20,000 (US$1.40 / €1.20) per person which you’ll pay at the start of the walk. 

You’ll have to wade through the (cold!) river for the last bit, in order to get to the actual waterfall.

Be prepared to get absolutely soaking wet!! So, make sure you protect your camera and bring a raincoat or buy a poncho from one of the many people selling it along the way.

Madakaripura Waterfall is a good addition to your travel itinerary on your way from Mount Bromo Java Indonesia

Madakaripura Waterfall is a good addition after your Mount Bromo visit

Once you’ve freshened up at the hotel and had a bite to eat, catch either the train or bus to Banyuwangi, which is the end of the railway line in Java, Indonesia. The bus is cheaper and possibly more frequent, but also takes about 6 hours instead of 4.

Pro Tip: Banyuwangi has two train stations – Banyuwangi Baru, which is only 400 metres northwest of Ketapang Harbour, and Karangasem, which is about four kilometres west of the city centre.

Where To Stay: 

Ketapang Indah Hotel | After your early morning and all the walking you’ve done this past week, you deserve a bit of luxury! Ketapang Indah Hotel is pretty amazing value for money, especially as it has a decent buffet breakfast included. There’s a nice swimming pool, and a welcome drink on arrival too.

Where To Eat: 

Honestly, we simply ate at the Ketapang Indah Hotel! We were too tired to think much beyond the confines of this lovely property. Yes, it’s definitely pricier than what you’re likely to find outside the hotel, but it was tasty and easy for our exhausted bodies!


Day 12 – A Rare Free Day!

I know we were pretty beat after the early start for Mount Bromo, followed by the long drive to Banyuwangi.  So, unless you book a 2 day tour to cover both Bromo and Ijen, you may want to consider taking a day off today to relax, and doing your Mount Ijen tour on Day 13 instead.

It’s definitely a hectic schedule and pretty exhausting, since you were already up most of the night on Day 11 of your Java itinerary. But, it’s up to you and whatever works for your onward schedule from Java.

If you do decide to take the day, enjoy having a long, leisurely sleep followed by a delicious breakfast spread at your hotel, and some lazy hours by the pool at Ketapang Indah Hotel.

You’ll want to get an early night tonight, because once again it’s a middle-of-the-night start for your Mount Ijen tour!

Ketapang Indah Hotel in Banyuwangi in East Java Indonesia

Ketapang Indah Hotel


Day 13 – Climb Mt Ijen

In order to witness the magical blue flames at Mount Ijen crater, the easiest thing to do is to join another tour.

Unless you’ve opted for a tour that will take you to both Mount Bromo and Mount Ijen, this day tour is a good option from Banyuwangi.

You’ll be picked up from your accommodation around midnight, for a two hour drive up Mount Ijen, followed by a 1.5-2 hour hike to Ijen Crater in the dark. Bring a torch!

Blue flames at Mount Ijen Crater

Blue flames at Mount Ijen Crater – Photo credit Ketapang Indah Hotel

Once you’ve experienced the incredible blue flames, you’ll get to watch another amazing sunrise over Java’s largest acid lake before hiking back down to your driver who’ll take you back to your hotel.

You’ll have the choice to either take the afternoon off to catch up on some sleep, or head straight off to Surabaya or wherever your exit point from Java, Indonesia is.

The stunning blue Ijen Crater Lake

Ijen Crater Lake – photo credit Yulia Agnis


Day 14 – Departure From Surabaya

You have a few options for your last day in Java, Indonesia, depending on where you are headed next.

If your plan is to continue on to Bali, you could simply opt for the ferry direct from Ketapang Harbour in East Java. The ferry will take you to Gilimanuk in West Bali.

Alternatively, Surabaya is a good option for flights around Indonesia or to your next Asian destination.

We opted to end our visit on Java, Indonesia in Surabaya, which is the capital of East Java. From there, we flew to Lombok where we continued our amazing travels through the Indonesian islands!

Where To Stay: 

Choice City Hotel | The location might be a bit unconventional, right at the top of a big shopping centre, but the staff were amazingly friendly and the room very comfortable. Breakfast is included in your room rate and you might even get featured on their Instagram page like we did! 😅

Choice City Hotel in Surabaya, the capital of East Java Indonesia and a good exit point

Our room at Choice City Hotel in Surabaya, Java Indonesia


Where To After Java, Indonesia?

Are you planning to stay in Indonesia longer than your 30 day visa exemption will allow? Make sure you read my detailed guide on extending your Indonesian Visa on Arrival.

We did this in Lombok but the process should be more or less the same regardless of which immigration office you visit.

I really can’t recommend staying on in Indonesia enough. We absolutely loved our time in this incredibly friendly and beautiful country. If you have time, our Komodo Island Boat Tour was another wonderful highlight in Indonesia.

For even more on our trips around Indonesia, check out the posts below or head to the Indonesia Archives!

Have you been to Indonesia? What did you enjoy most? Please leave me a comment below!

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The perfect 2 week Java Indonesia travel itinerary. This Java travel guide takes in the best travel destinations on your route from West Java to East Java, including Yogyakarta's incredible Prambanan and Borobudur temples in Central Java, spectacular sunrise at volcanoes like Mount Bromo and Ijen, all the while experiencing Indonesia's wonderful people and culture. This epic travel itinerary will show you the best places beyond Bali in Indonesia | A Zest For Travel | #javaindonesia #mountbromo

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    • That’s so lovely to hear Peter! You’ll have an incredible time in Indonesia – it’s still one of my all time favourite countries. Enjoy the planning!

        • Hi Peter, I would suggest layers as it can be cold before the sun comes up. However, more than the cold, the biggest issue we had on Bromo was the wind whipping up a lot of ash which got into our eyes. If you wear contacts I’d suggest glasses to avoid irritation. The scarf I have on was helpful for covering my mouth and nose against the ash. It probably isn’t as cold as it looks on the whole, if you’re used to European winters 🙂


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