4D/3N Highlights of Lombok

Day 1: Arrival – Kuta
Upon arrival at the airport, directly drive to Kuta.
On the way, stop at a traditional Sasak village - featuring the unique traditional lodge with its buffalo dung floors, Tanjung Aan – one of the most scenic and unspoilt beaches in this part of the island.
Rest of the day at leisure to enjoy hotel facilities.
Overnight in Kuta.

Day 2: Kuta – Senggigi (with Breakfast & Lunch)
It’s a full day trip to the North part of Lombok. You will stop at Senaru, a small village on the foot of Mount Rinjani. Here, trek down to Sendang Gila waterfall (125m high), set amongst the tranquil lush surroundings. Visit Bayan village and the traditional mosque of Wetu Telu, where religion and culture blends in harmony. Next you’ll perched in the mountainous area of Mount Rinjani, an amazing panorama. At Sembalun Lawang village and Sembalun Bumbung village, lie in the quite Sembalun valley – hidden on the eastern slope of Mount Rinjani, where you can discover one of the Sasak ethnic groups with its unique tradition.
Drive to Senggigi along the west coast-line of Lombok, some additional stops could be made for stretchning and walk around in some local villages.
Last stop is at Malimbu hill for picture taking.
Overnight at Senggigi.

Day 3: Senggigi – Gili Trawangan (with Breakfast & Lunch)
Today visit Batu Bolong Temple which sits on rocks jutting out to the sea. Then drive to Pusuk pass, a green tropical rain forest offering beautiful panorama of the green hill and valley, where wild monkeys await you for peanuts and bananas. Then a short transfer by outrigger boat will take you to Gili Trawangan, the biggest and also the liveliest island of the Lombok’s famous three gilis. Enjoy your easy time for snorkelling and swimming.

Day 4: Senggigi – Departure (with Breakfast)
Prepare for your departure, and on the way to airport you will visit Mayura water palace, Banyumulek village – famous for its traditional pottery, and Sukarara village – renowned for its traditional hand weaving of brightly patterned songket, ikat and sarong cloth. Drop at airport for your next destination.