Mt. Rinjani Trekking
Mt. Rinjani 3726m asl, 3Days/2nights trek
offering amazing experiences, visiting rim
lake and hotspring.
Komodo Island Tour
The 5D/4N is the most fantastic experience to
explore the dragon, including 1 night in Bali
island of the gods.
Kayaking is the best way to explore the island,
Lombok sea kayaking expedition paddling from one
small island to the next. We will visit people
that have rarely seen outsiders, snorkel
beautiful reefs and sample delicious sea food.
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Three Small island in Lombok
" Gili Trawangan, Meno, Air "
The three Gilis Island are a small-scale
backpacker, most popular tourist destination.
The islands are very relaxed and laid-back, with
countless little beachside cafes playing reggae
and serving up banana pancakes, and no cars or
motorbikes to disturb the peace. The beaches are
without a doubt better than anywhere on Bali or
Lombok. The flip side of the coin is that as
they exist solely to cater for travelers,
they're also rather anonymous (you might as well
be at anywhere) and, aside from snorkeling and
diving, there's little if anything to do. Note
that there are no ATMs on the islands, so bring
plenty of cash with you. From west to east, the
Gili Trawangan, or "Gili T" is by far the most
developed with plenty of backpacker options and
one swanky resort. There are no dogs on the
island but according to one local, there are
more cats here than people. The local population
is around 800. There is no police on the island
and all problems are usually settled by the
Gili Meno, the smallest and quietest, low-key
with some simple places to stay.
Gili Air, closest to the mainland and with the
largest local population.
Strictly speaking, the name "Gili Islands" is
rather redundant as gili simply means "small
island" in Sasak, but the name has stuck and is
universally used and understood in Lombok.
There are regular shuttle services from Bangsal
on the main island of Lombok, stopping at all
islands. The trip takes about 15 minutes to Air,
30 min to Meno and 45 min to Trawangan.
Alternatively, the Gilis can be visited on a day
trip from Senggigi, in which case you'll get
your own boat and crew to take you around. The
trip across take 1,5 hours each way and is quite
scenic, if a little bumpy when the waves are
high. Available from any travel agent, figure on
Rp400,000 for a tour for two.
Note that the sea is calmest in the morning and
all transport stops running in the afternoon,
well before dark.
In a rare display of foresight, all forms of
motorized transport are banned from the islands:
your only choice is horse-drawn carts, known as
cidomo, which are used even to shuttle around
diving gear. However, as the islands are only a
few km in diameter, it's entirely possible to
just walk instead.
There are no sights as such on the
islands themselves, but the excellent
snorkeling and diving all around is a
major draw. Sea turtles are also common,
especially around Turtle Point just
north of Gili Meno. You can rent masks
and fins off the beach, or contact any
of the numerous dive shops to arrange
snorkeling or diving at choice spots
There are regular party nights on Gili Trawangan
- the various bars take it in turn to host the
late night gig (up to 4.00am), to ensure that
everyone gets together in one place rather than
being spread around. Ask around for where the
party is going on on any given night.
Small but annoying jellyfish are common in the
waters around the Gilis, so wearing a
full-length wetsuit or surf skin in the water is
Tap water is not potable. Bottled water is
widely available and some cafes will fill up
bottles for a nominal charge,
Mobile phone towers ensure you're never out of
touch, and there are several Internet cafes on
Trawangan for feeding your Internet addiction.
Printing is possible in a few internet café's
and you can even hook up your laptop in some.
Lombok Hotel Information
Gili Snorkeling Tour
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