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After reading some reviews online, we contacted the two brothers, Santos, and Torres (+62 82247742528 and/or +62 82324629559) and thankfully they were both available for the day we wanted to do the climb.
They picked us up from our accommodation at 2.30am by scooters and...More
We did the Inerie-Trekking with Santoz and his Cousin Meggi. They picked us up at 2:30am and then we started the Trekking. Don‘t underestimate the hike (Swiss people saying this!;)). The way up is pretty steep but good to do also during night time. The...More
Today we visited Mt. Inerie and let me tell you that it was an absolute highlight on Flores for me!
Mount Inerie is a tough one : you climb 3 hours to the top starting at 3am to be there for the sunrise. But every...More
We highly recommend these two brothers! We did a great early morning tour with the two friendly brothers Santoz and Torres, who picked us up at 2 o' clock in the morning . The trek to the peak was challenging, but both of them adapted...More
As an outdoor professional, I can tell you that Mount Inerie is not an easy hike. It will take you approx 3h+ to reach the top. And as any mountain climb, it is recommended to use closed shoes. A good walking stick will also help...More
It is a tough but doable climb. The views at the top during sunrise are amazing. Also, it is very quiet, we only met 2 other people climbing the volcano. I highly recommend to climb this volcano when in Bajawa! You definitely need a guide,...More
We hiked to the summit starting at 3.00 AM from the starting point, and arriving at the summit at 6.00 AM, just in time for the sunrise. We are quite experienced hikers, and we can say this is truly a tough track. It’s very steep...More
Apparently the highest volcano in Flores. Tough and steep climb.
Took us 3 hours up and approximately the same time down, but you'll be rewarded with awesome views. Don't expect a set out trail, signs or anything so bring a guide!! We used a local...More