- Access to Mount Prau Sunset Trekking
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- All entrance tickets
- Health check
- Trekking insurance
- Trekking equipment
- Bottled water
- Meals: Breakfast
- First aid
- Pick up and drop off
- Wonosobo and Dieng
- English-speaking trekking guide
- The minimum booking for this attraction / activity is 2 pax
- Attraction / Activity Duration: 9 hours
- Not suitable for children under age 6 and Senior above the age of 60
- Adult Range: Age 7 and above
- Minimum age for this attraction / activity is 7 years old and must be accompanied by an adult
Mount Prau Sunset Trekking
Mount Prau Sunset Trekking is one of the most suitable hiking tours in Java for the beginner. Its accessible short trekking tours with a beautiful sunrise view among the mystical highland of the Dieng plateau. Mount Prau stands 2565 m above sea level. It takes 2 hours hike through farm plantations and pine forests to reach the summit.
The Dieng Plateau is a vast volcanic complex near the pleasant town of Wonosobo. It is quite rightly one of Central Java’s leading tourist attractions.
Multicoloured lakes, hissing and bubbling craters (‘kawah’) and countless temples (‘candi’) are speckled all over the landscape. Numerous geological, historical and fascinating sites make sense to visit Dieng village and explore the place.
Mount Prau is the highest mountain in the Dieng area because it resembles a boat. It towers directly above Dieng village and can be climbed without added transport. Because Dieng village is already very high up, it is a relatively short and easy hike to the peak (2,600m). The views are spectacular at dawn – perhaps Central Java’s captivating.
Mount Prau has become a favourite mountain for many climbers in Jawa Tengah because the beauty of Mount Prau has succeeded in making anyone miss it. Most climbers say that the sunrise on Mount Prau is the best in Southeast Asia.
Mount Prau is located in the Dieng Plateau area, Jawa Tengah. It is the boundary between four regencies, Batang, Kendal, Temanggung, and Wonosobo Regencies. The height of Mount Prau reaches 2,565 meters above sea level and is a mountain full of beginner climbers.
July to August is the best time to climb Mount Prau. The weather in these months is sunny. Climbers can enjoy the atmosphere of sunrise and sunset. The clear blue sky without clouds lies stunningly in the daytime.
Apart from these three months, climbers can still climb. It is just that the weather is not as sunny as in July to August. Occasionally, fog and rain come in November or December, making climbing difficult.
01.00 PM – 02.00 PM Pickup from your hotel. Around Wonosobo and Dieng areas
02.00 PM – 02.30 PM Trekking registration
02.30 PM – 05.00 PM Begin trekking to top of Mount Prau
05.00 PM – 06.00 PM Enjoy the views of Mount Prau
06.00 PM – 07.00 PM Dinner on Mount Prau
07.00 PM – 09.00 PM Start trekking back to basecamp
09.00 PM – 10.00 PM Back to your hotel
Pick Up / Meet-Up Time: 01.00 PM – 02.00 PM