Cultural Delights in Lombok and Gilis: What's Happening This Season

Lombok and Gilis

Immerse yourself in local traditions and festivals

1. Dive into Underwater Paradise

Explore the stunning underwater world surrounding the Gili Islands. Dive into crystal clear waters, encounter colorful coral reefs, and swim alongside an array of marine life, including turtles, rays, and tropical fish.


2. Relax on Pristine White Sandy Beaches

Escape to the picturesque beaches of Lombok and Gilis. Sink your toes into soft white sand, soak up the sun, and take refreshing dips in the turquoise waters. Some must-visit beaches include Kuta Beach, Selong Belanak Beach, and Pink Beach.


3. Embark on a Rinjani Volcano Trek

Challenge yourself by climbing Mount Rinjani, an active volcano and the second-highest in Indonesia. Enjoy breathtaking views, pass through lush forests, and reach the summit to witness magnificent sunrises or sunsets.


4. Visit the Unique Sasak Pottery Village

Witness the traditional pottery-making techniques at Banyumulek, Lombok's renowned pottery village. See skilled craftsmen mold clay into intricate shapes and patterns and take the opportunity to purchase unique handmade pottery as souvenirs.


5. Discover the Beauty of Gili Nanggu

Escape to the tranquil island of Gili Nanggu, known for its pristine beauty and peaceful surroundings. Enjoy sunbathing, swimming, and snorkeling, or simply relax under the swaying palm trees and indulge in the serene atmosphere.


6. Witness the Spectacular Gilis Sunset

Reward yourself with breathtaking sunsets on the Gili Islands. Find a cozy spot on the beach, sip on a refreshing drink, and enjoy the magnificent view as the sun gracefully sets, painting the sky in vibrant hues.


7. Discover the Hidden Tiu Teja Waterfall

Embark on a trekking adventure to Tiu Teja Waterfall, a hidden gem nestled in lush greenery. Take in the breathtaking panoramic views, hike through tropical jungles, and plunge into the refreshing pool at the base of the waterfall.


8. Witness the Ancient Sade Village

Step back in time and visit the ancient Sade Village, known for its unique traditional architecture and cultural heritage. Explore the traditional houses made of woven bamboo and experience the simple lifestyle of the Sasak people.