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Misool Island Pulau Misool, West Papua Indonesia
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Aipieange wrote a review May 2019
Singapore, Singapore41 contributions2 helpful votes
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Stunning views that are worth the climb, it's a very hot day, the climb was short but some area quite steep and rocky, we stopped few times to rest.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Jusuf A wrote a review Apr 2018
Jakarta, Indonesia140 contributions11 helpful votes
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I've heard a lot about this hill (south Raja Ampat), introduced by a local couple to provide tourist similar view as in Wayag north Raja Ampat, but with much much less challenging effort. If you can operate a drone bring it. We were lucky that our tour leader is also an avid drone cinematographer (thanks Ilham Arch).
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Date of experience: March 2018
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tants_bsac wrote a review Dec 2017
Singapore199 contributions51 helpful votes
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This is a very steep hill of coral rock, that is about the height of a 25-storey building. The climb is not difficult, as it is via a recently constructed set of wooden stairs, that stop at the last 10 metres to the top. Besides the breathtaking views at the top and on the way up, one may be interested in the flora surrounding the climbing path, there are various types of flowering orchids to be spotted, as well as pitcher plants. There is no regular mode of transport to the jetty leading to the foot of the stairway to the peak, one has to arrange for it at various homestays in the area, or if one is aboard a dive boat, as I was, that is visiting the area, then it can be arranged. Bring at least half a litre of drinking water along, and camera or use a phone camera, as well as a sun hat or cap. There is no toilet at this place. A notice at the foot of the stairway says the following in Bahasa Indonesia: Puncak Harfat Jaya (Puncak Dapunlol) - Dispose rubbish properly - Do not take any biological or soil sample from this place. - Do not have more than 10 people on the climb. - Children below 12 and the elderly are not allowed on the climb.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Dive Master G wrote a review Apr 2017
40 contributions22 helpful votes
This place is very remote and difficult to reach. But it is well worth the effort! The scenery and atmosphere is amazing! Diving in Misool is probably the best of Raja Ampat ;)
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Praticilia_Tessy wrote a review Oct 2016
Jakarta, Indonesia32 contributions1 helpful vote
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What makes the view from Harfat Peak so astonishing is Misool’s shallow waters with white sands underneath, coloring the water around the coral islands with an array of turquoise. The blue skies with white clouds has made us to become more in love with Misool, totally a breath-taking view!
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Date of experience: May 2016
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