Bromo Semeru National Parks – Sea of Sands
Located 2,392 meters above sea level, the crater of this ancient Vulcanic are still active and still sending sulfured gas out of its peak at 2,770 meters asl.
Surrounded by a long flat vast sands plateau ‘Sea of Sand’ or called Segara wedi by locals .
Mt Bromo erupted several times in 2004, 2010 and 2011. The caldera are still in active states until January 2011, and at the end of 2015 with the intensified smoke coming out of its caldera.
Every 15th of Hindu festival called Yadnya Kasada, the largest ceremony in Tengger tribe. They travel up to the mountain to make offering of fruits, vegetables, flowers and livestocks to the mountain gods buy throwing the offering into the caldera.
Temperature are close to 4 degrees celcius the lowest. Drone shot footage of this sea sands is available upon request.