Mount Raung Volcano 3332 m

Mount Raung 3332 m is one of the active volcanoes on the island of Java in Indonesia. It is located in the province of East Java, is a part of 3 distric of Bondowoso, Banyuwangi and Jember.

Mount Raung Volcano from Kawah Ijen Volcano


With 2 km wide Caldera surrounded by a grayish rim. The difference in color of the rim and the flanks of the volcanoes is caused by the rim’s lack of vegetation compared with the healthy and extensive vegetation on the flanks

Mount Raung Crater from the RIM


Mount Raung (Gunung Raung) has the largest crater in Java. It’s one of the most remote Volcanoes in Java

recorded eruption was in 1586 which resulted in fatalities; between 1586 and 1817 five more deadly eruptions were recorded

in 2008 Mount Raung last erupted but there hasn’t been a catastrophic eruption for many decades, when I climb this Volcano on 2008, just Have Smoke from the Child of New Crater
in 2012 Oct 19 wake up again and VSI change status to level 2 also the Volcano erupted produce stromboli eruption but only inside of the craters and also produce of Vulcanic Ash Plume with hot smoke

Mount Raung 2008


Getting Mount Raung!
easy way take Private Car from Surabaya to Bondowoso, then continue to Sumber Waringin Village, here you can start from Trek from 1200 m to 3332 m. many climber they use 2 days 1 night trekking.

we can organize Trekking to Mount Raung also Kawah Ijen Volcanoes with 5-6 days tour, this is simple itinerary for Climb Moount Raung!

D1 – Pick up from Surabaya Airport or Bali transfer to Sumber Waringin
D2 – Start Trekking to Pondok Mayit Camp Site
D3 – Trek to Summit 3332 m then Trekking back to Sumber Waringi
D4 – Drive to Kawah Ijen, explore Kawah Ijen, overnight at Tent
D5 – Night Trekking to explore Kawah Ijen, then Transfer to Bali/Surabaya
anothers Trekking trip combine see here East Java Volcano Adventure
for more detail, free free to contact mail@exploredesa.com
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About Aris Yanto

Volcano Adventure Travel Consultant and Travel Photography
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