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Coban Rondo Waterfall

Coban Rondo waterfall 84 meters high as it comes from springs Cemoro Dudo. Coban Rondo waterfall is opened to the public since 1980. The classic Panorama tejun water wrapped in natural beauty and refined with mountain air is still very natural.

The origin of Coban Rondo Waterfall originates from a romance newlyweds named Dewi Anjarwati from Mount Kawi and Raden Baron Kusuma from Mount Anjasmoro. The age of marriage to 36 days, Goddess Anjarwati invited him to visit his in-laws in Mount Anjasmoro. However, based on the Javanese custom that the bride is still the age of 36 days has not been allowed to leave the house too much. Therefore, they are forbidden to go to Mount Anjarwati by parents of Raden Baron.

Coban Rondo

However, they insist will visit Mount Anjasmoro with all the risks that exist. On the way suddenly appeared Joko Lelono which turned captivated by the beauty of the Goddess Anjarwati. Finally Raden Baron ordered his men to hide the goddess Anjarwati to a location where there Waterfall (in the Java language called Coban). Raden Baron and Joko Lelono great fight until they fall. As a result of the death of her husband Dewi Anjarwati, then they were transferred to Janda (in Javanese: Rondo). Since then the waterfall is called Coban Rondo waterfall.

For those who are interested to come to this beautiful waterfall please come to the village Pandansari, Pujon, about 12 KM from Kota Batu, Malang, East Java.

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Sempu Island, Malang

Sempu Island is a small island that is still in one location with the Blue Spring Beach, precisely in the Village Tambakrejo, District Sumbermanjing Wetan, Malang. The island is under the auspices of the Natural Resources Conservation Center.

At first officially since 1928, Sempu island is a nature reserve which has a variety of ecosystems such as coastal forests, mangrove forests, and lowland tropical forests.

Pulau-Sempu

But the longer, many nature lovers who visit Blue Spring Beach Sempu do camping on the island with a cross using boats of the fishermen. Which makes it special is Sempu island lagoon Segara Anakan contained in the island. Segara Anakan To achieve this you must do the tracking for two hours through the forest and steep road.

This trip will pay off once you see the white sand with a super clear blue water and coral formations that protect Segara Anakan. The sea water here is very calm so safe to use swim. To maintain the beauty of this island is expected you will not throw lacquer and damage the existing ecosystem.

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Balekambang Beach

Balekambang

Balekambang beach is a beach on the south coast which is located on the shores of the Indonesian Ocean administratively entrance area Source Jambe Hamlet, Village Srigonco, District Bantur, Malang, East Java, and is one of the mainstay tourism Malang district since 1985 until now. Balekambang main appeal of natural scenery, waves extending nearly two kilometers, as well as the vast expanse of sand nan. White sand area looks clean of trash and dirt so it is quite convenient for visitors to play and exercise.

Around Turkish Balekambang also available lodging for visitors. The first is at the Bamboo there are 8 rooms. While most recently the Hotel Wibisana as many as 10 rooms, the quality is better than the inn Bamboo. For large category can accommodate up to six people with the support of bathroom facilities and electricity. Two types of these lodgings have adequate facilities and fully presenting a direct view beaches and the open sea.

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Bromo and Apple Plantation

Apples are grown in this part of the world, indeed. To be more precise, they are grown in East Java in the mountain region of Malang and Batu. The first apple tree sprouted up decades ago when a Dutchman with a green thumb tried to grow a four-season plant in a wholly different climate and on different soil too. Malang see-me to have the right temperature for apple growing. Situated on a level of 700-800 meter above sea surface, the first trees were doing surprisingly well despite the tropical climate. There was a large difference though between the European apple and his Malang grown sister, which became all too apparent when the first fruits were reaped. The apples were reportedly too sour for consumption. For a while people in Malang regarded the apple tree as a decorative shrub to have in the garden. The fruits went to waste usually as they were soon declared as quite inedible fruit. In several instances reports repeated that apple trees in other parts of the region were not even bearing fruits at all.

Duration : 3D/2N

Day 01 ARRIVAL SURABAYA

  • Arrival at Surabaya International Airport
  • Meet and greeting service
  • Sightseeing transfer to Batu
  • It takes around three hour drive.
  • Overnight at Hotel in BATU – MOUNTAIN RANGE.

Day 02 MALANG – BROMO (B)

  • Breakfast
  • Agrotourism tour to Apple plantation
  • Pick the apple from the field with farmers
  • Visit Selecta Park
  • Then drive to Bromo via Probolinggo
  • Overnight at Hotel in Mount BROMO.

Day 03 BROMO SUN RISE – DEPARTURE (B)

  • 03.30 Jeep Adventure to Pananjakan for Sun Rise
  • Cross sand sea by JEEP to Bromo Volcano
  • Trekking Bromo
  • You may take horse for fun.
  • Drive back to the hotel
  • Breakfast at hotel.
  • Rest of the time is free at own leisure until departure transfer to Surabaya Airport.

 

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Package Price could be in individual and group.

Price includes: Accommodation sharing twin at hotel in similar class, private air conditioned transportation, English speaking guide, JEEP for BROMO ADVENTURE, entrance fee, donations, parking, breakfast and tax.