Together with its stunning beaches and its evolving night life, Indonesia is renowned for its extensive volcanic population. With more active volcanoes than any other place on earth, Indonesia is home to some of the most famous volcanoes, including Krakatoa and Tambora.
Indonesia’s location, on the junction of four tectonic plate boundaries, makes it somewhat surprising that there have been only seventy six recorded volcanic eruptions.
Though it may seem scary, there are a number of volcanic hikes that you can do in Indonesia that we hugely recommend! Why not watch the beautiful sunset over the mountain from 2329m on Mount Bravo? Or perhaps you’d rather brave the dark and visit the Ijen Crater at night to see its blue flames?
Indonesia is beautiful and the beaches are undeniably something special, but don’t forget to appreciate the other natural landforms. With around 17,000 islands making up Indonesia and over 130 volcanoes, the choices are almost endless!
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