Volcanoes of West Java

Explore the craters of Mt Gede and the dead forests of Mt Papandayan.

West Java is home to the highest density of mountains and volcanoes in the whole of Indonesia. It's no surprise then, that it is known as Parahyangan, or the 'Abode of the Gods.'

As a result of its rich, volcanic soil, West Java has become an agricultural centre for Indonesia. The cultivation of vegetables and decorative flowers is only possible in cool, tropical atmospheres. As a result, around every corner you'll find stunning sceneries made out of steep volcanic banks, intertwined with rivers, forests and natural sea harbours.

Our trusted, hand-picked local guides and hosts take care of the details. All you have to do is turn up and bring your camera!

What to expect

  • Handcrafted mini adventures
  • Trusted local guides and hosts
  • Hassle-free packages

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