Highlights of Lombok

Flatter and drier than neighbouring Bali and in an almost perfectly spherical shape, Lombok is a hot tropical island with a laid back atmosphere. Dotted along the coast are fishing villages and deserted palm fringed beaches whilst the interior is covered with lush paddy fields rising up to the base of Mount Rinjani which punctures the island to an altitude of 3726m. Lombok also has a number of coral fringed islands blessed with azure blue seas, white sand beaches and varying levels of tourism infrastructure.

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Gili Meno
The traffic-free Gili Islands located off the northwest coast of Lombok are blessed with powdery white sandy beaches and clear warm blue seas rich in marine life. Possibly one of the most entertaining islands in South East Asia, this is a wonderful place for flopping on a beautiful beach, diving, snorkelling and nightlife catering for a wide range of tastes.
Kuta Beach, Lombok
Located on Lombok's undeveloped south coast, Kuta Beach is wide bay of glorious white sand and blue sea ringed by rugged hills. The coastline either side of Kuta hide a number of picture postcard white sand beaches which are yet to be developed, and can be easily explored using the coastal road.
Wooden bridge, Sekotong
Lombok's south western peninsula is a picturesque corner of the island with untouched white sand beaches and pristine offshore islands which offer world class diving and snorkelling.
Mount Rinjani
At a height of 3726 meters the imposing volcano of Gunung Rinjani is the second highest mountain in Indonesia. Towering over the island of Lombok, and clearly visible from much of Bali, Rinjani has a particular spiritual significance to the local people and Balinese alike.
Beach, Senggigi
The laid back town of Senggigi is spread over a series of bays on Lombok's west coast near the capital Mataram, and is a pleasant place to spend a few days relaxing on the beach and exploring the local restaurants and bars.