Restrictions on tourist visits will be imposed when the Mount Bromo tour reopens on August 1, 2020
“The results of the discussion were agreed, the number of Mount Bromo tourists should only be 10-30 percent. This is based on carrying capacity of the carrying capacity of the Bromo area,” said Head of the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park (TNBTS), John Kenedie when confirmed, Thursday (2/7 / 2020).
The Great Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park (TNBTS) also imposes restrictions on tourists who want to watch the sun rise on the Bromo climb.
Ie 1,000 visitors every day.
Prospective tourists must also reserve in advance online.
“We apply 100 percent regulation to go through online bookings in ticket reservations,” said John.
Because of the visit restrictions, Mount Bromo tourism will be visited by no more than 1,000 tourists every day.
“Overall, if we count about 739 tourists per day,” said John.
John emphasized that the decision was in the finalization stage and led to the agreement of four regional heads, namely the Malang Regent, Lumajang Regent, Pasuruan Regent and Probolinggo Regent.
John does not want the opening of Mount Bromo tour to cause the transmission cluster of COVID-19.
So that the visit restrictions have been through careful discussion to prevent unwanted things from happening.