Mount Bromo tourism in East Java is still completely closed due to fires that have not been extinguished. However, some tourist attractions are reportedly still open, such as Madakaripura Waterfall is still open, although Mount Bromo is still closed due to fire.

Madakaripura Waterfall Still Open, Although Mount Bromo Still Closed Due to Fire
Madakaripura Waterfall (Photo:

Taking information from, Sunday (10/9/2023), all tourist access to Mount Bromo is completely closed until an undetermined time.

All access to the Mount Bromo area is closed

Tourist attractions that are located quite far from the fire point, namely Ranu Pani and Ranu Regulo, were also closed for smooth fire suppression.

Also, read: Prewedding Photos Using Fire Trigger Flares on Mount Bromo.

"All access to the area is closed, including Ranu Regulo and Ranu Pani," said TNBTS Chief Administration Septi Eka Wardhani.

Madakaripura Waterfall Remains Open

Even so, that does not mean tourists cannot travel around the Mount Bromo area at all.

There are still several tourist attractions or panoramic spots that are open. Reporting from, Tuesday (12/9/2023), one of the panoramic spots that is open is Seruni Point.

In addition, tourists can still visit Madakaripura Waterfall which is located not far from Mount Bromo.

"Madakaripura Waterfall is open, it's safe," one of the tour jeep operators on Mount Bromo via Probolinggo named Fendi told on Tuesday.

He continued, that tourists who take the bus can only arrive at the Sukapura Rest Area. The trip to the waterfall is then continued using a tourist jeep.

"The jeep fare is IDR 400,000 round trip. The maximum capacity is 5 people for one jeep," he continued.

Madakaripura Waterfall is said to be the hermitage of Mahapatih Majapahit, Gadjah Mada.