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All our trips are incl. private car, petrol, english spoken guide, entrance fees, cold drinks in the car.

    • What To Do?

    • Classic Lombok Roundtrip

      Classic Lombok Roundtrip

      Rp. 400.000 (p.p. with 2-3 people)
      Rp. 250.000 (p.p. with 4-6 people)

      We begin by travelling up the west coast to see the fabulous views from Malimbu viewpoint, Nipah and other beautiful beaches which fringe the west coast. We then head inland, uphill through jungle, forest and stunning gorges to Pusuk Pass, with a stop to see monkeys in the Monkey Forest. From there we proceed to historic Suranadi, nestled in the cool foothills above the city. Suranadi is famous for its complex of three temples, built in the 16th century by a Javanese priest, which are the oldest and holiest Hindu temples in Lombok. As we head into town, there are many choices of cuisine available for lunch. Next we head on to see how tahu (tofu) is produced and visit a local high school to learn about traditional Sasak batik. From here, we drive to an area just north of Cakranegara to browse some of Lombok’s famous handicrafts and cultured pearls. On our return journey, we visit PuraBatu Bolong, a Balinese Hindu temple built on an outcrop of black volcanic rock, facing Bali across the Lombok strait.

    • Senaru Waterfalls

      Senaru Waterfalls

      Rp. 400.000 (p.p. with 2-3 people)
      Rp. 250.000 (p.p. with 4-6 people)

      This is a spectacular and adventurous full day tour to stunning waterfalls in the north. On the way, enjoy amazing coastal and agricultural views, not to mention those of Lombok’s famous volcano, Mt Rinjani and its lush foothills. While we are in Rinjani National Park, we will visit the towering Sendang Gile Waterfall, located 600m above sea level at the base of the volcano. Then, for the adventurous, we will continue our trek, across a fast flowing stream on to the second huge waterfall, Tiou Kelep. After lunch at a restaurant offering incredible views over the valley, we will visit Senaru, a traditional Sasak village, to see and learn about Lombok’s original inhabitants, and then Bayan Beleq Mosque, which is a revered historical Islamic heritage site. We return to Senggigi via the stunning coastal road looking out over the three ‘Gilis’ and spectacular bays.

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