For travelers who stay on Senggigi and want to see or visit Gili islands, this day tour is highly recommended. Once you go, you will see why it’s recommended! This is a great day trip to experience all three northcoast Lombok Gili islands in a day. First, we go north by boat to Gili Trawangan, good place to start your snorkeling trip. Along the way you will see beaches and hill views with awesome sight.
• 8 hours
This tour was designed for those who would like to discover Lombok, but are short on time. In this tour you will cover almost all of the northern part of Lombok by visiting Sembalun Valley, some of the biggest waterfalls in Lombok, and finish with a sunset on Malimbu Hill.
• 10 hours
With your professional local guide, enjoy the best of what Lombok has to offer in an 8-hour tour, from views of Rinjani Volcano to Sendang Gila Waterfall. This private tour covers all highlights, away from the hustle and bustle, taking you back to nature. Sights included are: the Northern Coastline of Lombok, the village of Segentar, the village of Batu Koq, the Tiu Kelep Waterfall, the Sendang Gila Waterfall, and the Rinjani Volcano. Lunch is included on this tour.
• 10 hours
This amazing full-day, private group tour takes you on a unique adventure experience. You will also be able to overlook one of the biggest waterfalls on Lombok Island. You will explore Lombok tropical forest, one of the best waterfalls and admire the incredible views on this full-day tour that includes a professional driver/guide and private car transport.
• 8 hours
Trek to the summit of Mt Rinjani on this 3 day small group, guided hike from Senaru village. Mt Rinjani is the second highest volcano in Indonesia and is still active. You will have amazing views of glistening sunrises and sunsets, you may even see the Milky Way on a clear evening. You will trek up to the Senaru & Sembalun Crater Rims. Take a swim in the hot springs and lake before descending down through the tropical rainforest the next day.
• 3 days
Experience a 4-hour small group Mataram City Tour encompassing attractions such as Mayura Water Place which was built in 1744 and once was part of the impressive Balinese Kingdom. Meru Temple, the oldest Hindu temple on the island of Lombok, built by King Anak Agung Made Karang in 1720. This temple complex includes three temples being Brahma Temple, Shiva Temple and Vishnu Temple. This temple has become a symbol of the universe and the respect for the three major gods of the Hindu religion. The last place you will visit is Narmada. Narmada Park was built in 1727 as a replica of Segara Lake and Mount Rinjani.
• 4 hours
Immerse yourself in the marvellous world of Indonesian cuisine taking a class at Gili Cooking School. Our courses are 4-hour long masterclasses taught by Indonesian professionals. These classes are perfectly designed for all; from beginners to advanced , from the younger to the elder… you will enjoy your time with us for sure.During the course you will interact with your colleagues in a distended atmosphere, you’ll get a practical insight on how to prepare each of the dishes, and last but not least, you will enjoy in our private dining room the food you have prepared!Emphasising the local, the fresh and the seasonal you will learn plenty of techniques, dishes and basic principles of the Indonesian cuisine so you will be able to re-do everything once you go back home.The course includes loads of learning, fun times and obviously your own cooked meal; either lunch or dinner. We are glad to inform you that we do have special prices for groups.
• 2 hours
Biking is the fun way to explore Lombok's unique points. Biking is a better way to discover the hidden wonders of the island on this fun, easy-going private guided bike tour.
• 8 hours
This tour combines an adventure through the rainforests of Lombok and finishes with relaxing afternoon at a waterfall in northern Lombok before heading back to your hotel.
• 6 hours
The Sasak Culture on the southern part of Lombok is something that defines the way of living on the island. Culturally and linguistically closely related to the Balinese, but unlike the Hindu Balinese, the majority practice local Muslim faith and traditions, the Sasak people have established themselves as a self-sustainable part of Indonesia with own traditions and handicraft. This is an excellent 8-hour opportunity to get up and close with the Sasak people and get immersed in their cultural habits.
• 8 hours