Wooow OMG Top 10 tourist selfies in front of Bali’s erupting Mount Agung – once in lifetime picture

Mount Agung, a volcano on the island of Bali in Indonesia, erupted in 2017, causing thousands to evacuate and disrupting air travel. As of 27 November 2017, the alert level was at its highest and evacuation orders were in place.

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Tectonic earthquakes from the volcano had been detected since early August, and volcanic activity intensified for several weeks before decreasing significantly in late October. A second, more violent period of major activity began in late November.

 

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In this moment many tourist take pictures with erupting Mt Agung as background. Many travelers use this moment for selfie and enjoy vacation. Instagram has been flooded this week with posts from people posing for the camera in front of smoke clouds rising from the volcano. Many have posted photos using the volcano’s smoke as a backdrop with captions that sing nature’s praises.

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The eruption caused some 40,000 people to be evacuated from 22 villages around Mount Agung. It also caused surrounding airports to be closed. Lombok International Airport, located on the neighboring island of Lombok, closed on 26 November, but was reopened the next morning, only to be closed again on 30 November. Lombok’s airport reopened on 1 December. Ngurah Rai International Airport, located at the southern tip of the island and southwest of the volcano, closed on 27 November. More than 400 flights were canceled and about 59,000 passengers remained grounded. The airport was reopened on 29 November.

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With the status of Stand (Level II) the Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG) prohibits human activities within a radius of 6 kilometers from the crater of the mountain and the sectoral to the North-Northeast and Southeast-South-Southwest within 7.5 km.

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PVMBG released a warning to be aware of the number of areas entering the Hazard Zone covering some hamlets in Ban Village, Sebudi Village, Besakih Village, Buana Giri Village, Jungutan Village, and Dukuh Village. Potential danger may occur is the heavy ash rains that hit all the areas that enter the Estimated Hazard Zone. Currently the wind is blowing dominantly towards south-southeast.


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Amazing Top 10 tourist selfies in front of Bali’s erupting Mount Agung – once in lifetime picture

Mount Agung, a volcano on the island of Bali in Indonesia, erupted in 2017, causing thousands to evacuate and disrupting air travel. As of 27 November 2017, the alert level was at its highest and evacuation orders were in place.

image by kirillova.1

image by sveklina

image by _irkas_

Tectonic earthquakes from the volcano had been detected since early August, and volcanic activity intensified for several weeks before decreasing significantly in late October. A second, more violent period of major activity began in late November.

image by lavendervines

image by _irkas_

In this moment many tourist take pictures with erupting Mt Agung as background. Many travelers use this moment for selfie and enjoy vacation. Instagram has been flooded this week with posts from people posing for the camera in front of smoke clouds rising from the volcano. Many have posted photos using the volcano’s smoke as a backdrop with captions that sing nature’s praises.

image by annabronza

image by afishamir

image by dinazorrr1

image by echo_aroundtheworld

The eruption caused some 40,000 people to be evacuated from 22 villages around Mount Agung. It also caused surrounding airports to be closed. Lombok International Airport, located on the neighboring island of Lombok, closed on 26 November, but was reopened the next morning, only to be closed again on 30 November. Lombok’s airport reopened on 1 December. Ngurah Rai International Airport, located at the southern tip of the island and southwest of the volcano, closed on 27 November. More than 400 flights were canceled and about 59,000 passengers remained grounded. The airport was reopened on 29 November.

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With the status of Stand (Level II) the Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG) prohibits human activities within a radius of 6 kilometers from the crater of the mountain and the sectoral to the North-Northeast and Southeast-South-Southwest within 7.5 km.

image by naivnyak

PVMBG released a warning to be aware of the number of areas entering the Hazard Zone covering some hamlets in Ban Village, Sebudi Village, Besakih Village, Buana Giri Village, Jungutan Village, and Dukuh Village. Potential danger may occur is the heavy ash rains that hit all the areas that enter the Estimated Hazard Zone. Currently the wind is blowing dominantly towards south-southeast.

Reference: en.wikipedia.org

Getting Closer to Bali volcano: Wooow OMG Tourists pose in front of erupting Mt Agung

Mount Agung, a volcano on the island of Bali in Indonesia, erupted in 2017, causing thousands to evacuate and disrupting air travel. As of 27 November 2017, the alert level was at its highest and evacuation orders were in place.

image by kirillova.1

image by sveklina

Tectonic earthquakes from the volcano had been detected since early August, and volcanic activity intensified for several weeks before decreasing significantly in late October. A second, more violent period of major activity began in late November.

image by lavendervines

image by _irkas_

In this moment many tourist take pictures with erupting Mt Agung as background. Many travelers use this moment for selfie and enjoy vacation. Instagram has been flooded this week with posts from people posing for the camera in front of smoke clouds rising from the volcano. Many have posted photos using the volcano’s smoke as a backdrop with captions that sing nature’s praises.

image by afishamir

image by dinazorrr1

image by echo_aroundtheworld

The eruption caused some 40,000 people to be evacuated from 22 villages around Mount Agung. It also caused surrounding airports to be closed. Lombok International Airport, located on the neighboring island of Lombok, closed on 26 November, but was reopened the next morning, only to be closed again on 30 November. Lombok’s airport reopened on 1 December. Ngurah Rai International Airport, located at the southern tip of the island and southwest of the volcano, closed on 27 November. More than 400 flights were canceled and about 59,000 passengers remained grounded. The airport was reopened on 29 November.

image by canggucommunity

image by valentina_dubovskaya

image by bezumaxx

With the status of Stand (Level II) the Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG) prohibits human activities within a radius of 6 kilometers from the crater of the mountain and the sectoral to the North-Northeast and Southeast-South-Southwest within 7.5 km.

PVMBG released a warning to be aware of the number of areas entering the Hazard Zone covering some hamlets in Ban Village, Sebudi Village, Besakih Village, Buana Giri Village, Jungutan Village, and Dukuh Village. Potential danger may occur is the heavy ash rains that hit all the areas that enter the Estimated Hazard Zone. Currently the wind is blowing dominantly towards south-southeast.

Reference: en.wikipedia.org

Beautiful Pictures of Sumba Island That Are Simply Amazing

Sumba Island in East Nusa Tenggara is a new magnet as a tourist destination in Indonesia that offers stunning natural beauty and still natural. The island of Sumba in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) is famous for its savanna, Pasola cultural attractions, and traditional villages.

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Sumba Island is an island in East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia. Its area is 10,710 km², and its highest point is Mount Wanggameti (1,225 m). Sumba borders Sumbawa to the northwest, Flores to the northeast, Timor to the east, and Australia to the south and southeast. The Sumba Strait is located in the north of the island. In the east lies the Savu Sea and the Indian Ocean lies to the south and west.

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The beaches of Sumba are very beautiful and there are still many virgins and each beach has its own uniqueness that must make travelers feel at home all day. One of the beautiful beaches in Sumba is Tarimbang Beach.

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Tarimbang Beach is one of the must-visit when you are in Sumba. Tarimbang Beach located in District Tabundung, south of East Sumba has a large waves, so it is very popular among surfers. If you can not surf, why not! You can relax on the edge of Tarimbang Beach while enjoying the beautiful scenery. Tarimbang Beach has its soft white sand blend beautifully with crystal clear sea water and bluish color. There is a tree that is kind of icon Tarimbang Beach. Many tourists are photographed in this tree.

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Top Ten Reasons Travelers Should Visiting Banyumala Twin Waterfall, Bali

Indonesia is famous for its natural beauty that spread throughout the Unitary Republic of Indonesia, including Bali that save a lot of extraordinary natural beauty. Banyumala Waterfall is one of the proofs. Banyumala Waterfall has a stunning natural panorama just like being in heaven.

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Banyumala waterfall is a waterfall that has a beautiful natural swimming pool, with clear water and a cool air in Bali. Banyumala Waterfall is located in Pakraman Wanagiri Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng Regency.

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Banyumala Waterfall or Twin Waterfalls Banyumala is at the bottom of a valley with three sides of the waterfall and the largest and highest is right in the middle. Because of its location at the bottom of the valley to make the journey down the atmosphere that was served was really beautiful.

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