Van Yogyakarta: Merapi Vulkaan Jeep Tour met Nederlandstalige Gids
Get to experience a Merapi Lava Jeep Tour through the remnant of 2010 Merapi Eruption
Yogyakarta Adventure Highlights: Merapi Vulkaan Jeep Tour
Quench your thirst for adventure with this Merapi Vulkaan Jeep Tour from Yogyakarta accompanied by a Dutch-speaking guide. Being an archipelago that is situated in the ring of fire, Indonesia has more than 120 volcanoes to explore. Those volcanoes, some active while others are not. Mount Merapi may be one of the most active volcanoes that is worth a visit. A trip to Merapi usually divides into 2 activities: hike to its summit or enjoy its foothill with a lava jeep adventure. The jeep tour invites you to discover Merapi and its natural wonders. You will also explore the ruins of civilizations that were once alive at the foothill of Merapi before the 2010 eruption. So, are you ready for an off-road adventure? Book this Merapi lava tour now!
Witness the Remnant of the Lates Merapi Eruption
Your Merapi lava tour will begin with a convenient hotel pick up service by an expert Dutch-speaking guide at 08.00 AM. Once you arrive at Kaliadem, hop on your jeep and start your adventure. Pass by many ruined houses crashed by hot materials and pyroclastic flow. Stop at Bunker Kaliadem, which was once used by local people to take cover from hot ash during eruptions. Then continue to Mini Museum Sisa Hartaku, located just 7 km away from Merapi summit. “Sisa Hartaku” means “The Rest of My Treasure”, and as its name suggests, this museum serves to inform visitors about the devastating effect of the 2010 Merapi eruption. Witness the extent of the destruction from the museum collection, including melted household utensils and cow skeleton. Photoshop at Alien stone, a rock formation resembling a human face. Then take a fun river jeep adventure. Afterward, at the end of an incredible day, you’ll head to your hotel.
Pumping up your adrenaline with this Merapi Lava Jeep adventure through villages and forest which were damaged by the 2006 and 2010 eruption
Stop at Bunker Kaliadem, a basement room where villagers can come down for rescue from Merapi ash. But unfortunately, 2 volunteers died there during the explosion in 2006.
Visit Sisa Hartaku, a ruined house that turned into a museum. The collections show us how the material eruptions burn down the whole village and even melt down the motorcycles.
Learn about another impact of Merapi eruption in this Alien Stone, a gigantic stone that formed a human-like shape.
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