Rosa's Ecolodge

Address: Dusun Sidomulyo, Situbondo, Java, 68734, Indonesia | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Dusun Sidomulyo, Situbondo.
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      Travel Blogs from Situbondo

      Exciting, thrilling Ijen volcano crater climbing!!

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

      40 photos

      After we set foot on the Island Java we drove to a small town called Situbondo. From there we immediately tried to find transportation to Bodowoso. The only way was a public van or small bus and we eventually decided that the bus would be the best option. The bus was so full that even people were just hanging on the outside of the bus. Along the way we found out that this part of Indonesia isn't touristic at all. Which is quite exciting in a way. ...

      Ijen - Breathtaking and Eye-Opening

      A travel blog entry by burles on Jul 17, 2014

      6 photos

      Oh, how sad I was to leave Kuta again. False. I was not sad, I was excited. Ahead of me I had an eight hour bus ride and a one hour ferry ride to get to Java island, but still, I was excited, I'm not going to summarize my day, as it was extremely uninteresting. Basically, I just looked out the window and ate Pringles all day (I forgot to get snacks and that's all I could find at the road stop). Anyways, I arrived at the Ijen plateau after ...

      Sumatra; remote, evergreen island

      A travel blog entry by anne-ruth on Apr 24, 2014

      16 photos

      ... of the time I failed and spent my days reading). After several nights my travel buddy wanted to stay longer, but I was ready to move on (solo traveling is the best, can do whatever I want). I took the bus from Lake Toba to Bukittinggi, which is a 17hours ride. I'm getting used to these long trips. It is basically to only way of traveling in Sumatra as there is no train system. There are some domestic flights but I like to travel by land or water (and like this, you don't ...

      Elephant Mahout

      A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Feb 11, 2014

      49 photos

      Whilst trekking in the jungle we made friends with another couple, Mike and Tia and the 4 of us decided to hire a car to take us to Tangkahan, a new eco village with a few guesthouses, restaurants and 8 resident Sumatran elephants! The ride was crazy bumpy as all the 'roads' were dirt tracks filled with small rocks, so we literally bounced for 2 hours in a jeep with the usual locals choice of ballads on full blast. We arrive and sign up for the elephant washing and I decide ...

      Orangutans, trekking, jungles and Rendang

      A travel blog entry by antandrel on Jan 27, 2014

      From KL we jumped on a flight to Medan, Northern Sumatra. It seems that Medan has a reputation for being the worst place to visit in SE Asia, not sure why it got this name, although not an aesthetically beautiful city there was nothing wrong with it; the locals were lovely and the food we ate was awesome. We did only stay one night, but wouldn't have minded if we had to stay longer, but jungles and trekking awaited us!!

      From Medan ...