Berastagi Cottages

Address: Jalan Gundaling, Berastagi, Sumatra, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Jalan Gundaling, Berastagi.
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      Travel Blogs from Berastagi

      Climbing Sibayak to the Crater of the Volcano

      A travel blog entry by dreamchasers on Jan 30, 2015

      3 comments, 7 photos

      I believe our guide told us there are over one hundred and sixty volcanoes in Indonesia, several of which are found in Sumatra. According to Lonely Planet, the two most accessible in Sumatra - Sibayak and Sinabulu - found in Northern Sumatra, attract the majority of volcanoe seekers here. However, our guide informed us that hiking Sinabulu is not allowed, because the climb is very dangerous, and because of the possibility of ...

      A month through Indonesia, our gateway to Asia!

      A travel blog entry by movi on Jan 06, 2015

      326 photos

      ... Tower. We had a lovely couple of days exploring the area and were greatly astonished by the pleasant scenery. Considering that New Year’s Eve was around the corner and the city was getting busier everyday, we decided to head off on the 31st of December and continue to Samosir Island. Yes… Marion and Ivo’s NYE was spent in an overnight bus but considering that there wasn’t much of a party going on we agreed to skip the event this time. Off ...

      Cabbage city

      A travel blog entry by djgoes on Dec 26, 2014

      24 photos

      ... took the opportunity to ask him about the town and his community. He was paid 800$ a month teaching and there were presently over 1 million unemployed teachers in Indonesia. He was 53 and still renting a house as he had 3 children of school age and it cost 60$ , $250, and 350$ per month for elementary, junior, and senior high school respectively. Rent on his house was 200$ a month. He rented a piece of land and grew a cash crop of carrots ...

      They don't call it the rainy season for nothing

      A travel blog entry by djgoes on Dec 22, 2014

      13 photos

      ... days in Penang and we had a quick 1 hour flight to Medan Indonesia on the Island of Sumatra. I had booked 3 nights in a budget hotel in order to give us time to get used to a new country even though the books said there wasn't too much to see. They weren't kidding. The only two points of interest to see in our area which was within walking distance to city center was a western Sumatra tourist information center and a water tower. The water tower was ....wait for it,...... ...

      Volcano Trek

      A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Sep 05, 2014

      5 photos

      ... more reds and browns and the vegetation changed as the elevation got higher. At some points there were trees where the roots started 2m above the ground making tents. A really beautiful trek and i enjoyed seeing the snakes. We emerged at clearings where you could see you were in the clouds and could watch the clouds plummet across the surrounding mountains. The terrain changed suddenly and became just rock and you were rapidly placed into volcanic land. We climbed ...