Borobudur Tour Jeep adventure to Merapi lava is a combination trip to enjoy both culture and nature. Moreover, Borobudur temple is famous as the biggest Buddhist temple in the world you should visit it. The series of small Buddhist temples nearby such as Pawon and Mendut temples are part of this trip. By visiting these temples you will learn about the history of Buddhism in Indonesia and also you will know how the local people maintain it well. Afterwards, the guide will drive you to the slop of Mount Merapi to explore the lava with an off-road jeep. The magnificent view of the mountain and series of valleys make this trip more exciting. The original local Javanese food is served for lunch before the adventure is begun. This trip sounds attractive, isn’t it? The children also can join this trip. Be ready for the adventure and book the ticket now!
In the early morning, a local English-speaking guide picks you up at the hotel. First of all, you will discover of history of Borobudur Temple, the most famous of Indonesia’s temples. This huge Buddhist pyramid is Buddhism’s largest shrine in Indonesia, built in the 9th century. Located northwest of Jogjakarta, then visit Mendut and Pawon Temples. After enjoying the Borobudur tour the trip forward to the Kaliadem area located on the slope of Mount Merapi to enjoy the activity of this Volcano from the closest distance, Afterward, start for the jeep adventure tour. With 4WD Jeep, explore the real and the most exotic part of the foot of Mount Merapi after the eruption charming. In the end, we drive you back to the hotel location and estimated your arrival in the late afternoon. Also, you stop somewhere for a drop-off point and just let our guide know it!
Borobudur consists of six square platforms topped by three circular platforms, and there are 2,672 relief panels as well as 504 Buddha statues decorating the temple. Meanwhile, the main dome is set at the centre of the top platform where 72 Buddha statues inside the perforated dome (Stupa) surround it. The square base is 118 m (387 ft) long on each side and the highest point is 35 m (114 ft) above ground level. The whole monument is constructed from dark grey andesite stone, and so it has synonymous become with Borobudur as well as other temples on the Kedu Plain.
Since this place is on the plateau area, hence the cool temperature well surrounds it with fog covering the entire area from late afternoon until night time. Besides the temperatures, the visitor can also visit the volcanic museum, and safety bunker and see the rest of the lava flow. Meanwhile, the beautiful Merapi Volcano is still a magnet for people to see it closely. It is a good place to visit to learn about the volcanic in Indonesia in particular Merapi. Since the last eruption, it has left the stone very much, therefore it is a good place for off-road adventures using rental jeeps that are available in this place.