Catimor Homestay

Address: Jl. Gajahmada 249, Jember, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsCatimor Homestay Jember

        Reviewed by javaindoecotour

        great place

        Reviewed Jul 1, 2012
        by (6 reviews) Banyuwangi , Indonesia Flag of Indonesia

        nice homestay with the beaitiful scenery,coffee plantations and waterfall and natural hot spring.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        Reviewed by clare_and_will


        Reviewed Nov 15, 2011
        by (13 reviews) Brighton , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        We were only there for one night thankfully. There were a lot of flies flying around the outdoor areas huge swarms of them and they kept coming in our room until we turned off the lights outside. there was only a buffet served for dinner at 50000 rupiah a head this is way too expensive. we gave it a miss so i cant comment on the quality of the food. The room was very tired and the bathroom mouldy and dank. I was glad to only be there for a few hours. Oh and there was no wter in the swimming pool either.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Catimor Homestay Jember

        2.00 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Jember

        Early risers

        A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Jan 26, 2015

        2 photos

        ... in a beautiful hotel, Kalibaru cottages, google it it's gorgeous; we want to stay here for longer. Off to the coffee plantation next door now; where they have a specialty called cat poo coffee. It does what it says on the tin. Cat eats the coffee beans they are cleaned then used for coffee; apparently it's really good. Don't think I'll be trying it ...

        Baby turtles

        A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Dec 15, 2014

        19 photos

        Woke up from a surprisingly good sleep given that we didn't have a fan and made our way for breakfast at about 6. Not sure what's happening with the jam here in Indo, but it's all radioactive colour and tastes like lollys not fruit....anyway!

        At 6.30 we loaded up the jeep with all our gear and headed back to the turtle hatchery where we had been last night; about 30minutes away from the hotel. We arrived and paid our donation of $5 each and ...

        Mt Ijen and Momma turtle

        A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Dec 14, 2014

        22 photos

        ... was down in the crater. The wind seemed to be pushing it back up onto the path which were told is quite unusual so no wonder we struggled a bit this morning! Happy to be out of the smoke we rested at a pass between the 2 crater lakes and took in the amazing view. It was very busy up there, lots of tourists taking photos – we were all feeling the effects of the adrenaline wearing off and what with the early start we all felt a bit pooped and high tailed it back to the ...

        Operation Ijen

        A travel blog entry by mktravels on Dec 08, 2014

        4 comments, 17 photos

        ... into hard sulfur mats. Once the solid sulfur cools, the miners break it up and haul it off the mountain on their backs. The work is low-paid and very onerous. Workers earn around Rp 50,000 - 100,000 (£2.5 to £5) per day and once out of the crater, they still need to carry their loads of sulfur chunks about three kilometers to the nearby Pultuding Valley to get paid. They are allowed to make two trips per day and that's not just the young ones - we met ...

        Exciting, thrilling Ijen volcano crater climbing!!

        A travel blog entry by patrick.louws on Nov 11, 2014

        40 photos

        ... buddy Jeremy wasn't coming along as he felt sick. The road was though, wet and dark. It took a few hours to get to the volcano. Once arrived we noticed several miners waiting to get into the crater. We began the climb around 3.5 km up as the crow flies. The winding path to the crater was dark but due to the moon it was somewhat visible. A miner along the way joined us and we found out that he climbs the volcano two times a day! And twice with ...