19-21 August 2011
Last updated: 26th March 2018 (re-posted photos with higher resolution)
The Bromo Tengger National park is one of my favorite destinations in Indonesia. The cold climate remind me of home, the many volcanoes fuel my volcano/photography hobby and the spectacular scenic views always make the trip worth.
This was my fifth trip to the area. Since my trip in March, eruptions have stopped at Bromo and it appears to have gone back to the state of continuously emitting gas. It have been quiet since the end of April, and we might have to wait for a while to see another session of eruptions, for a few years maybe if you study its eruptive pattern. This period of low activity on Bromo also gave me the opportunity to visit its crater.
Type of activity: Continuous gas emissions from Mt. Bromo. Mt. Semuru sent up ash cloudes every 1 hour or so.
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