Visit the many cultural villages and plantations of Banyuwangi and its numerous breathtaking nature destinations, ranging from waterfalls, beaches, and beautiful islands. Don’t miss the many festivals and food while you’re there.
A seven-hour drive from Surabaya, Banyuwangi hosts a vast selection of natural and cultural destinations. One of the most popular attractions is the iconic Ijen Crater, a scenic turquoise acid crater lake inside the greater caldera of Mount Ijen. Other attractions include various plantations and waterfalls, Rowo Bayu Lake, Margo Utomo Agro Resort, Taman Suruh bath and pool recreational facility, the gorgeous beaches of Teluk Damai and Teluk Hijau, and the turtle breeding ground of Sukamade.
For those seeking a more culturally-rich experience, Banyuwangi is also home to a selection of cultural destinations. Among them are the handicraft village of Gintangan, the traditional fishing port of Muncar, and the fishing beach and seafood market of Blimbingsari.