Lombok

Welcome To Lombok

As beguiling, beach-blessed and downright blissful as its near neighbour Bali, Lombok is now much more than just a surfers’ paradise. With divine beaches, the majestic Mt Rinjani and spectacular marine life to discover, the island of Lombok in West Nusa Tenggara has no shortage of attractions both in and out of the water. It’s no wonder that Lombok become one of the most popular destination in West Nusa Tenggara.

Highlights

  • The Adventurous Trek in Rinjani
  • Explore the Waters in Gili Islands
  • Blend in with the Locals
  • Take photos at unique Pink Beach

Suggested Tour Packages

Lombok Gili Islands Tour
5D/4N

The tour takes you explore snorkelling paradis – Gili Islands around Lombok
recommend

Lombok Honeymoon Tour
5D/4N

The tour is designed for couples who are looking for a romantic getaway

Gili Islands & Pink Beach Tour
4D/3N

The tour comes with unique Instagrammable sports – Pink Beach 
POPULAR

Lombok Family Vacation Tour
4D/3N

This tour is for family to relax in beautiful landscape and atmosphere
FAMILY TOUR

Lombok Gili Islands Tour
3D/2N

The tour brings you surf around Lombok and the Gili Islands

Rinjani Trek from Senaru
3D/2N

Hiking Mount Rinjani to Crater rim Senaru and Segara Anak Lake
POPULAR

Rinjani Trek from Sembalun
3D/2N

Hiking Mount Rinjani to Crater rim Senaru and Segara Anak Lake
POPULAR

Rinjani Trek from Senaru
5D/4N

The tour is for beginner climbers  to enjoy all natural beauty of the mountain Rinjani

Rinjani Trek from Sembalun
5D/4N

The tour is for beginner climbers  to enjoy all natural beauty of the mountain Rinjani

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. One important thing to know before you travel to Indonesia is the Indonesia has four different types of visa:Visa Exemption, Visa on Arrival, Visit Visa & Multiple Visit Visa. Each type of visa has specific requirements. You can check the details and Visa & Immigration policy here: http://www.imigrasi.go.id

Bahasa Indonesia is the national and official language of Indonesia and is used in the entire country. Most Indonesians also have their own ethnic language and dialect, with the most widely spoken being Javanese and Sundanese. Some ethnic Chinese communities continue to speak various Chinese dialects, most notably Hokkien in Medan and Teochew in Pontianak.

English is not widely spoken in Indonesia. However, an acceptable level of English can be understood in a number of major cities and tourists’ destinations including Bali, Batam, Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, and Yogyakarta. Moreover, most hotel and airline staff can also communicate in English on a basic to moderate level. All of our guides/drivers can also speak English.

You could find SIM Card in airports where they held a number of local cell phone company providers booths for you to choose from such as Telkomsel, XL, Smartfren, 3/Tri, Axis, Indosat/IM3, etc. The prices vary for each provider starting from IDR 10,000. 

You can exchange foreign currency in major cities throughout the archipelago at banks and money changers. Most tourists’ resorts have money changer facilities; however, if you are traveling to more remote areas it is advisable to exchange your money beforehand. If you need a large amount of foreign currency, and you don’t have a foreign currency account at your bank, it is best to order the money the day before. Local banks keep a limited amount of foreign currency in their smaller branches.

The climate of Indonesia is almost entirely tropical. The uniformly warm waters that make up 81% of Indonesia’s area ensures that temperatures on land remain fairly constant, with the coastal plains averaging 28 °C, the inland and mountain areas averaging 26 °C, and the higher mountain regions, 23 °C. Temperature varies little from season to season, and Indonesia experiences relatively little change in the length of daylight hours from one season to the next.

The main variable of Indonesia’s climate is not temperature or air pressure, but rainfall. The area’s relative humidity ranges between 70% and 90%. Although air temperature changes little from season to season or from one region to the next, cooler temperatures prevail at higher elevations. In general, temperatures drop approximately 1°C per 90-meter increase in elevation from sea level with some high-altitude interior mountain regions experiencing night frosts.

Being a tropical country, Indonesia does not have spring, summer, autumn, or winter, instead of just the two seasons of Rainy and Dry, both of which are relative. While there is significant regional variation, in most of the country (including Java and Bali) the dry season is April to October, while the wet season is November to March. However, global warming has made the seasons less predictable.

Most hotels add a 10% service charge to the bill on top of the 10% tax. In restaurants where service charge is not added, a tip of 5 to 10% on the bill will be appropriate depending on the service and type of establishment.