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February 2022
TOP 5 HIKING ADVENTURES IN CENTRAL JAVA Central Java is not just famous with Borobudur temple but this area is also home to a chain of volcanic mountains that runs west to east through the central part of the province and is flanked by several volcanic peaks that exceed 3,000 meters, including Mounts Slamet, Sindoro, Sumbing, and Merbabu....
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Indonesia decided to reduce the mandatory quarantine period from five to three days, starting today – February 17th. This regulation applied to foreign travelers and Indonesian returnees who had received a COVID-19 booster vaccine and the PCR testing requirement will remain in place for those arriving travelers.  The government is also considering lifting all quarantine requirements...
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Mount Ciremai Set at 3,078 m above sea level, Mt. Ciremai is the tallest volcano in West Java and serves as a popular hiking destination among hikers, nestle in the border between Majalengka – west flank and Kuningan Regency -East flank, 20 km south of Cirebon. According to the data released by Indonesia Forestry and...
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Kawah Ratu  in Halimun Salak National Park, Bogor, West Java is one of the few places In Java Island where we can see the active volcano safely from short distance.  Located at 1,437 meter above sea level, at the southern slope of Mount Salak,  this crater is natural wonder that attracts not just volcano hunters...
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Get up close and personal with Ibu and Dukono volcanoes in Halmahera Indonesia lies on the so-called Pacific Rim of Fire, home to more than 130 active volcanoes, making the country a volcano hunter paradise. One of the best regions to do volcano hunting in Indonesia is in Halmahera Island. There are sixteen volcanoes on...
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