Mount Bromo is an active volcano and part of the Tengger backbone in East Java, Indonesia. It is not the highest peak, but it is the most well known for its beautiful view and caldera. Photo by Andika Saputra - www.indonesia.travel
Riding a horse through the misty morning air is not only the best way to witness the beauty of Mount Bromo but also a way to help these two men to make a living. (Photo by Andika Saputra/ www.indonesia.travel)
Watching the magnificent view on Mount Bromo is an unforgetable moment indeed, a once in a lifetime experience to witness this spectacular tropical sun rising over smouldering volcanoes . Photo by Andika Saputra - www.indonesia.travel
Beyond the fascinating temple complex of Dieng, Mount Prahu stand gallantly with its peak piercing the clouds.
These horses and their masters wait patiently for you to cross the sand sea and view the caldera of Mount Bromo. Photo by Andika Saputra - www.indonesia.travel
All you can hear are the click of cameras as visitors hope to capture the incredible scene of Mt Bromo in the foreground with Mt Semeru smoking in the distance and the golden sun rising in the sky, slowly unveiling the incredible scene below. Photo by Andika Saputra - http://www.indonesia.travel
This red hardtop is one of the four-wheel drives you take to reach Mount Bromo from Cemorolawang to Pananjakan then on to the sand sea caldera. Photo by Andika Saputra - www.indonesia.travel
From a vantage point on Mount Penanjakan (at 2,770 meters above sea level) in East Java, visitors from around the world gather to watch the glorious dawn as the sun slowly appears and majestically rises over Mt Bromo.
Ponies take visitors across the sand sea to the bottom of the steep stairs that lead the edge of Mt.Bromo’s crater rim. Photo by Andika Saputra - www.indonesia.travel
As the gold bright sun slowly rises, piercing through the morning haze over Mount Bromo, it ascends to light up and warm the earth. Photo by Andika Saputra - http://www.indonesia.travel