Gunung Iya is the southernmost of a group of three volcanoes comprising a small peninsula south of the city of Ende on central Flores Island. The cones to the north, Rooja and Pui, appear to be slightly older than Iya and have not shown historical activity, although Pui has a youthful profile (a reported 1671 eruption of Pui was considered to have originated from Iya volcano). Iya, whose truncated southern side drops steeply to the sea, has had numerous moderate explosive eruptions during historical time.
West Sumatra, Tandikat Volcano http://www.volcano.si.edu/world/volcano.cfm?vnum=0601-15= Tandikat Volcano is a stratovolcano also known as Tandikai, Tandike. The volcano is located in the Padang Highlands, West Sumatra, about 7.5 km from Padangpanjang. It is joined to a larger mountain called Singgalang. Tandikat Volcano – John Seach There are two summit craters, one[…]
Flores, Moni, Kelimutu http://www.traveladventures.org/continents/asia/flores.html [Visited: May 1996] Indonesia is such a huge country, it is not easy to decide where to go when your time is limited. My most memorable visit was surely the one to the island of Flores. Even from Bali it was still a two hour flight[…]