8 Day Lombok Discovery Tour

On an eight-day tropical vacation in Lombok, get the scoop on Bali's lovely neighbor.
Bali, Indonesia
8 Days
Max Group Size
Max Group Size
12 people
Minimum Age
Minimum Age
15 years old
Fitness Level
Fitness Level
Low to Medium
Start & End Location
Start & End Location
Sanur to Gili Islands

What's Included


  • Beach bungalow (2 nights)
  • Guesthouse (1 night)
  • Hotel (4 nights)


  • 7 breakfasts
  • 2 lunches
  • 2 dinners


  • Boat
  • Private Vehicle

What to Expect

Take in the sights of Lombok and the Gili Islands. Relax on the gorgeous beaches of this one-of-a-kind island. Pay a visit to the villages in the Puyung, Tetebatu, and Senaru areas. Stay in a spot off the tourist trail on Lombok's east coast. Snorkeling in the coral reef will also be a lot of fun.

Immerse yourself in the amazing scenery, rich culture, and incredible diversity of Indonesia's tropical Lombok island. Get off the beaten track as you spend time in rural villages, take a variety of transportation, meet lots of locals and discover the fascinating Sasak culture. From chilling out in beachside Sanur and the tranquil hill retreat of Tetebatu, to savouring views of the highly revered Mt Rinjani and relaxing on the magical Gili Islands, once you travel to Indonesia, you won't ever want to leave.

Day 1: Sanur

Om Swastiastu. Welcome to Bali. Your adventure begins with a welcome meeting at 18:00 on Day 1. You can arrive at any time during the day as there are no activities planned until this important meeting. Check with the hotel reception where and when it will take place, or check the reception notice boards. Start your adventure in Sanur, with a quick taste of Bali. Sanur is home to one of the best Balinese Night Markets.

Day 2: Tetebatu

Travel by minivan from Sanur to the port of Padang Bai. Then you'll take a fast boat that takes you from Bali to Lombok. Then take a bus to Tetebatu. On the way stop in at Puyung Village, located in central Lombok, a small village that you won't find in your guidebook. Enjoy a traditional home-cooked lunch in the simple home of a local family. The hill retreat of Tetebatu is situated in the centre of Lombok, at the southern base of Mt Rinjani, and boasts spectacular views.

Day 3: Labuhan Pandan

Enjoy a guided walk through lush rice fields and see how the region's farmers have tended the land for centuries, still using traditional water buffalo ploughs. Climb a little higher and pass through clove and coffee plantations and stop at a local warung to try some local coffee. Visit the local village of Pringgasela to learn traditional weaving and enjoy a delicious Sasak feast. In the afternoon return to the hotel, then travel to Labuhan Pandan on the East Coast of Lombok. This remote beachside location is little visited by tourists. Tonight we will stay in our bungalow accommodation amid the peace and quiet of the secluded coast.

Day 4: Labuhan Pandan

Take a trip out to the nearby coral reef and enjoy some fantastic snorkelling off the boat. Stop in at a secluded island for lunch with Mt Rinjani towering over Lombok. Tonight, eat a fresh seafood barbecue on the beach.

Day 5: Senaru

Travel by minibus around the spiritual centre and sleeping giant of the island, Mt Rinjani. Arrive around midday at Senaru, a small, rustic village nestled between the base of Mt Rinjani and the edge of the jungle. Take a guided tour of the local Sasak village to learn about the history and culture of these people who have long lived on the slopes of Mt Rinjani. Here our local guide is part of a female guiding association that trains and develops women in tourism. Here we also take a walk to the spectacular Tiu Kelep waterfall, passing by Singing Gila waterfall, and perhaps swim in the waters which are considered by the Sasaks to have healing properties.

Day 6: Gili Air

Continue to the west coast today by minibus. The Gili Islands are an archipelago of three small islands Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air. Transfer by small boat to Gili Air (approximately 30 minutes), where you can take in the breezy atmosphere and stroll down stunning white beaches that rival those of the neighbouring islands. Your hotel is about a 15-minute walk from the port. Your bags can be transported by Cidemo from the port to the hotel.

Day 7: Gili Air

The island is your oyster and today is completely free to relax or explore. Perhaps take in another snorkelling trip, or catch a ferry across to the other islands of Gili Air and Gili Meno and see who has the better beaches. This evening, feast on a delicious BBQ dinner as you say farewell to your fellow travellers.

Day 8: Gili Air

Your trip comes to an end today. Perhaps extend your stay on the blissful Gili Air.


Terms & Conditions:

What to bring:

  • Day pack
  • Sun protection hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Lip balm
  • Insect repellent
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Warm layers
  • Swimming costume
  • Headtorch or handheld torch or flashlight
  • Personal medical kit
  • Camera with spare batteries or charger or power bank
  • Electrical adapter plug
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Water bottle, money belt or pouch
  • Optional a good book
  • A journal and music player
  • Playing cards
  • Travel washing line
  • Bio-degradable washing detergent

What to wear:

  • Lightweight clothing
  • Walking shoes or hiking boots with a good grip
  • Sandals or flip flops or shoes that can get wet


  • All travellers need to be in good physical health in order to participate fully on this trip.
  • Visas are the responsibility of the individual traveller.
  • Several mosquito-borne illnesses occur in Indonesia, including malaria, dengue fever and Japanese encephalitis. The risk of infection remains low.
  • Protect yourself against mosquito-borne illnesses by taking measures to avoid insect bites, including using insect repellent and wearing long, loose-fitting, light-coloured clothing.
  • Speak to your doctor about prevention and vaccinations before you travel.
  • Rabies is a risk throughout Indonesia, especially in Bali. Avoid direct contact with dogs and other animals, including monkeys. Don't feed or pat them. This includes monkeys in popular markets, tourist destinations and sanctuaries where you may be encouraged to interact with them.
  • If bitten or scratched, immediately use soap and water to wash the wound thoroughly. Seek urgent medical attention.
  • The pre-exposure vaccine is available but receiving rabies vaccine prior to travel does not preclude the need for post-exposure medical evaluation and additional doses of rabies vaccine. There is a shortage of rabies vaccine in Indonesia and if you are bitten by an animal you should consider travelling to a 3rd country or your country of origin for treatment.


  • Not all medications available over the counter or by prescription in your home country are available in other countries. Some may be considered illegal or a controlled substance, even if prescribed by a doctor.
  • Always carry a copy of your prescription or a letter from your doctor stating what the medicine is, how much you take and what it's for personal use only.
  • Drink only at reputable venues, avoid home-made alcohol and seek urgent medical attention if you suspect poisoning.
  • Do not consume any non-prescription drugs in Indonesia, including magic mushrooms. They are highly dangerous and illegal. Indonesia carries high penalties, including the death penalty.


  • Travel insurance is compulsory for all our trips.

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