// Tuntuli


Facts

Elevation: 959 m (3,146 ft) Prominence: 743 m
Ribu category: Google MarkerSpesial Province: Nusa Tenggara Timur
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Tuntuli
The beautiful pyramid peak of Tuntuli as seen from the boat to Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)The beautiful pyramid peak of Tuntuli as seen from the boat to Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)
The beautiful pyramid peak of Tuntuli as seen from the boat to Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)
Tuntuli as seen from the boat near Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)Tuntuli as seen from the boat near Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)
Tuntuli as seen from the boat near Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)
Tuntuli as seen from the slopes of Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)Tuntuli as seen from the slopes of Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)
Tuntuli as seen from the slopes of Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)
Tuntuli as seen from the slopes of Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)Tuntuli as seen from the slopes of Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)
Tuntuli as seen from the slopes of Pulau Pura (Dan Quinn, July 2013)

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Bagging It!

This mountain is located on the north eastern corner of Pantar island. The is a village at the base of the mountain and a boat can presumably be chartered from Alor Kecil.

Practicalities

Getting there Just over an hour’s boat ride from Alor Kecil, which is 30 minutes by ojek from Kalabahi.
Accommodation La Petite Kepa, Pulau Kepa, is the closest, but they refuse to accept advance bookings unless you are a diver. Better to stay in one of the basic hotels in Kalabahi.
Permits Unknown. Probably not required.
Water sources Unknown. Assume none on the trail.
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Local Average Monthly Rainfall (mm): kupang

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Trip Reports and Comments

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    This mountain looks really good from the boat to Pura and from the actual trail up Pura. There appeared to be some kind of telecommunications mast up on the ridge behind the village at the foot of Tuntuli, so perhaps there is a trail at least in the right direction. As for whether or not there is a trail to the peak itself, that remains to be seen….

    Posted by Dan | July 31, 2013, 14:11

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