Ijen Crater, East Java, Indonesia
Tourists queue to go down to the Ijen crater
Blue Fire on Mount Ijen, East Java, Indonesia is often hunted by adventurers both domestic and foreign tourists. The Blue Fire is only two in the world, namely in Indonesia and Iceland. So that many travelers are willing to queue through the terrain that is heavy enough to be able to enjoy it up close.
Blue Fire (Blue Fire) bursts of hot gas coming out of the sulfatara pipe then met with oxygen.
Blue fire can only be seen at dawn in Ijen Crater, which is approximately at 01.00-04.00 or before sunrise.
A tourist wears a gas mask when he is near Blue Fire, Ijen Crater, East Java, Indonesia.
When the eyes are exposed to puffs of smoke from the gas will cause a very painful effect like being exposed to chili and breathing will be a little tight even though already wearing a mask sometimes the smell of sulfur mixed with gas can still be pierced through the nose.
Tourists pose next to Blue Fire, Ijen Crater, East Java, Indonesia.
The view of Mount Ijen Crater in the early morning on Mount Ijen, East Java, Indonesia.