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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VISIT THE ISLAND OF THE DRAGON
KOMODO & RINCA ISLAND
OTHER WAYS TO KOMODO" By FLIGHT from BALI "
KOMODO ADVENTURE OVERLAND TOUR
dragon, red beach, kayaking, Culture,
adventure, fishing village )
days before arrival date, confirmation,
advanced deposit is required.
DAY 1 : LOMBOK - SUMBAWA BESAR.
Early Breakfast, Departs from hotel Senggigi at
07.00 Am to Labuhan Lombok (East of Lombok) to
get the ferry to Sumbawa Island. It takes 2
hours crossing the strait of Sumbawa. It's nice
view to see the mount Rinjani and other small
island lies on the both of these island. Lunch
in Poto Tano Harbor then on to Sumbawa Besar,
overnight at Hotel.
DAY 2 : SUMBAWA - BIMA.
After breakfast visit the "Dalam Loka" Palace,
Yellow house ( private musium of the King
sumbawa) then continue on to Bima,along the way
to Bima, you will see the traditional "Bajo"fishing
village, fantiastic view long the north coast
beach, and primitive life, lunch on the route
and overnight in Bima .
DAY 3 : BIMA - SAPE - KOMODO.
Departs from hotel at 06.00 Am to Sape Harbor.
On the way to Sape, there are many nice spots
where you may take a photograph as like the
spider rice terrace, local rice storage, etc.
Upon Arrival in Sape, on board a Private boat to
Komodo National Park . Late afternoon visit
Komodo dragon. Overnight on boat.
DAY 4 : KOMODO - SAPE - BIMA.
After breakfast on the Red Beach for Swimming
and Snorkeling. Return to the Sape harbour by
boat and directly transfer to Bima . Overnight
DAY 5 : BIMA - LOMBOK.
Breakfast then Departs from Hotel Bima at 06.00
Am and back straight to Mataram Senggigi,
Arrived in the late afternoon.
All participants are advised to be on Lombok
Island a day before the trip begin.
(Option: Fly back to lombok from Bima ).
• Private car is equipped with Air
• Boat to Komodo
• Ferry Ticket
• Local Guide
• Car Insurance
• Entrance fee
• Hotel in Sumbawa and Bima
• All Meals During The Trip
• Soft cold drink
• Mineral water
- Alcoholic beverage
- Other personal expenses
- Tips (these are optional)
Descriptive day to day tour
itinerary, price, flight schedule,
condition etc, Please do not
hesitate to contact us
About the Island of Sumbawa
Sumbawa is an Indonesian island, located in the
middle of the Lesser Sunda Islands chain, with
Lombok to the west, Flores to the east, and
Sumba further to the southeast. It is in the
province of West Nusa Tenggara.
Sumbawa is 15,448 km2 or 5,965 sq mi (three
times the size of Lombok) with a population of
around 1.5 million. It marks the boundary
between the islands to the west, which were
influenced by religion and culture spreading
from India, and the region to the east that was
not so influenced.
Sumbawa in a way belongs more to East Nusa
Tenggara than it does to West Nusa Tenggara and
the island has four regencies and they are
Sumbawa Barat, Sumbawa Besar, Dompu, and Bima.
There is also a municipality called Kodya Bima.
Sumbawa lies within the Pacific Ring of Fire and
is a mountainous island with deep ridges and
valleys and is also home to the volcano, Tambora.
The weather can sometimes be erratic and during
the dry season (April to November) it is fairly
dusty. Strong winds are prominent adding to the
discomfort. But, when the rainy season begins,
the island returns to lush jungles again. The
island stretches 300 kilometres east-west but
its width varies from 15 to 90 kilometres.
There are two main ethnic groups: Bima and the
Samawa. The Tau Samawa who predominately reside
in the Sumbawa district. Their language is
similar to that of the Sasak’s in Lombok. The
Dou Mbojo live in the district of Bima. This
district is distinctively Arabic. If you travel
a few kilometres to the east of Bima, near Wavo,
old traditions are strongly followed and these
include ancient rituals connected with ancestral
The Dutch first arrived in 1605. However, they
didn’t effectively rule Sumbawa until around the
early 20th century. The island was also ruled by
the Balinese kingdom of Gelgel who ruled western
Sumbawa for a short period. From the Makassarese
of Sulawesi came Islam. It was only recently
that archaeological excavations on Mount Tambora,
discovered a complete city buried under 40
meters of volcanic ash together and ancient
Chinese porcelain items were found.
Attractions of Sumbawa include the Sultanate
Palaces located in Sumbawa Besar and Bima,
Sulawesi style weavings in Dompu and of course
the surfing in Dompu and West Sumbawa. Being
somewhat of a hassle to get to the island, in
some ways, the island is not visited much by
non-surfing tourists and add to that the
scarcity of cheap tourist facilities doesn’t
make it appealing to the normal tourist.
From Bali you can take the ferry to Lombok and
travel overland to the eastern seaport in
Lombok, and then take another ferry to Sumbawa.
This will then take you to Poto Tano. From that
point, transportation varies somewhat. There are
buses that will take you on to Sumbawa Besar, or
down the coast road to the south.Getting on the
buses does prove trying sometimes and requires
patience. Alternatively, fly into the city of
Sumbawa Besar on the western side of the island,
and Bima on the eastern side of the island. Many
of the regional airlines have connections
through Denpasar in Bali. In my opinion though,
go overland for the adventure and get to see
more of the region of West-East Nusa Tenggara.
Foto of the trips:
"...The expedition is exhausting, no doubt, but
the sheer size and beauty be seen to be
believed. This was definitely a life altering
Gerrard Neve, Rinjani 2004
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