The Bali, Lombok & Gili Island Package is a 12-day tour package that features the highlights of Bali and the tranquility of Gili and Lombok. Among the places for you to see during this tour are Kintamani, where you will get to visit Tampak Siring and Gunung Kawi Temple, Ubud, the beautiful island of Gili […]
Day 1: Arriving in Bali - Ubud
Day 2: Ubud - Kintamani
Day 3: Ubud - White Water Rafting
Day 4: Ubud - East Bali
Day 5: Ubud - Free and easy
Day 6: Ubud - Padangbai - Gili Trawangan
Day 7: Gili Trawangan - Free and easy
Day 8: Gili Trawangan - Free and easy
Day 9: Gili Trawangan - Lombok - Senggigi
Day 10: Trekking at Tetebatu
Day 11: Lombok - Free and easy
Day 12: Departure
Upon arrival, you will be welcomed by our representative and directly transferred to your hotel in Ubud, right in the centre of Bali -- an island also know as the Island of the Gods. The Balinese culture is truly unique and the majority of the population in Bali practices Hinduism.
Accommodation • Airport Transfer
Wake up in the beautiful village of Ubud and, after breakfast, get ready to journey to explore!
Today we will drive to Tampak Siring, located about 10 kilometers northeast of Ubud. Here, you will get to visit the 11th century Gunung Kawi temple, also known as the royal tombs, where the flight of stairs leads down to the valley of the sacred Pakerisan river.
Two sets of temples were carved out on the cliffs on either side of the river as a memorial for one of Bali’s most ancient royal families. Next, you will continue to visit a holy spring of Tirta Empul that is surrounded by a large shrine to honour the God Indra. Here, there are bathing pools where you can take a dip in. There pools are believed to have strong curative powers. On a hill behind this temple is a presidential guest house built by the late President Soekarno.
We will then continue with a drive up to Kintamani to enjoy the spectacular view of Mount Batur and its crater-lake. Afterward, we will visit the plantations nearby, walking amidst a field of local fruits, coffee, cocoa vanilla and cloves.
Balinese coffee are found mostly in the mountainous central part of Bali. There are two kinds of Balinese coffee grown here, which are the Arabica coffee and Robusta coffee. Here, you will be able to witness how the Balinese people produce their local coffee powder. Lunch will be provided at local restaurant.
On your way back to hotel, we will have a pit stop at Tegalalang to enjoy a stunning view of the paddy field, which is a perfect spot for photography. The day’s tour concludes with a transfer back to your hotel.
Guided Tour • Accommodation
Breakfast • Lunch
Adventure awaits you today! During this white water rafting trip, you will get to experience the 33 action packed rapids of Ayung. The wild ride begins as soon as you reach the river bed and hop into your assigned raft. The 9.6 kilometers journey carries you over white waters and thrilling terrain, with stunning backdrops of untouched rainforest, towering gorges and magical rice fields.
If this is your first time, rest assured that the professionally-trained river guide will pilot you safely through the course. You will end the adventure and unwind with a hot shower, followed by a gourmet buffet feast overlooking majestic mountains and lush green landscapes. You will sleep soundly tonight.
If you are not interested in White Water Rafting the tour can be replaced by another tour. Please contact us for more options.
White Water Rafting • Accommodation
Breakfast • Lunch
After a restful night and a scrumptious breakfast, we hit the trail towards Bali's east and through picturesque parts of the island to Sibetan village. Here, you will visit a Salak (snakeskin fruit) plantation and get a chance to taste the fruit.
From here, you will continue with a light trek to the village of Tenganan. After crossing a bamboo bridge, you will walk through a fascinating stretch of rice fields around the villages. The two-hour walk will end in Tenganan, an ancient village in which the people practice a unique tradition influenced by the Hindu Javanese culture. Here, you will be able to see the women villagers weaving the famous double-ikat cloth, which is believed to have a protective power upon its wearer. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant.
On the way back to Ubud, we will stop by at Kusamba, a fishermen’s village that also engages in salt-making activities. Here is where you will see colorful outrigger lined up along the black sand shores, the coastal road with full view to Nusa Penida will lead us to Goa Lawah (Bat Cave). In this cave, the walls reverberates with thousands of bat sounds. It is also considered holy, with a temple and surrounding shrines protecting the entrance.
Guided Tour • Accommodation
Breakfast • Lunch
After breakfast at the hotel you're free to enjoy the day at your own leisure. Explore the small streets or market of Ubud on your own, enjoy a legendary spa treatment or join a yoga class. Ubud is the cultural centre of Bali and the town is surrounded by many beautiful rice terraces.
After checking out, we will pick you up at hotel and transfer you to Padangbai Harbour to catch the speed boat to Gili Trawangan.
The rest of the day is free at your own leisure. Enjoy Gili Trawangan at your own pace today.
Accommodation • Land & Boat transfer
After breakfast at your hotel, you will have the whole day free and easy at your own leisure. You can opt to go on a private tour if you like.
After breakfast at the hotel, enjoy the day free at your own leisure. You can also opt to join one of the optional tours or activities available. We suggest you go for a spa treatment that Gili is so famous for!
After checking out from your hotel, you will be met by our local representative for your transfer to the Gili Trawangan Port.
Upon arrival at the Gili Trawangan Harbour, you will be transferred via speed boat to Lombok and proceed to Senggigi island. The rest of the day is free at your own leisure.
After breakfast, you will visit the village of Tetebatu and Loyok, which are known as a peaceful and tranquil village for outdoor trekking.
Do not miss the chance to do a light trekking to the local forest inhabited by the wild black monkeys (pitu), dotted by mahogany trees and cloves plantation. You may also witness the simple and natural lifestyle of the locals while a it.
Before that, you can visit the Lingsar temple that symbolizes the harmony of Islam and Hinduism, and Taman Narmada -- a kingly garden, which is also the replica of Lake Segara Anak in Mount Rinjani.
Transfers • Guided Tour • Accommodation
Breakfast • Lunch
Enjoy the day free at your own leisure and explore the enchanting surroundings of Lombok. If you haven't already, make a point to get on the Cidomo and explore the whole area today.
Today is time to say goodbye! After 12 days experiencing unique culture, beautiful nature and amazing beaches, it is time for us to transfer you back to he Lombok Airport. From here, you can opt whether to go back to go back home or to enjoy some more days at Denpasar, Bali.
If you wish to extend your stay or continue to another destination please contact us.
This tour can be extended or changed according to your preferences – Valid until 31 March 2017
We have especially tailor-made our tours to suit the independent travellers who are not inclined to follow big groups – you are free to select the starting date of your tour based on your preference. We are also able to customize your tour packages and accommodate your special requests accordingly.
– Child is 2-11 years old. If other age applies to your booking, we will let you know before confirmation of booking.
– 1st child with extra bed/mattress/day bed. 2nd child will share bed with parents. If other configuration, we will let you know before booking is confirmed.
Additional Charges and fees
– Additional High Season Surcharge might apply during special events and festive seasons.
– Many resorts and hotels have compulsive Christmas & New Year’s dinners, which are not included. Often the price and details are only available 1 months before the event.
– Flight tickets are not included. Please advise if you like us to quote and include flight tickets.
– Visas and other fees and taxes related to your air ticket and border clearance.
– Camera fees at attractions.
– Items not mentioned
Booking Terms & Conditions
– For certain transfers and modes of transport e.g. boats, flights etc. private transfers will not be available (even if private transfer is mentioned).
– Maximum occupancy for standard rooms are normally 3 adults or 2 adults & 2 children.
– Prices are based on minimum 2 adults travelling and sharing room.
– If you are 6 people or more we can quote you a special group price
– Program changes can happen during festive seasons or due to weather conditions
– All room requests e.g. connecting doors, bed configuration etc. is based on request only and cannot be guarantied
– Prices can change without prior notice
– Subject to availability at the time of booking
You will find our general Terms & Conditions here
Bali, nicknamed Island of the Gods, is certainly an island paradise. It charms everyone with its scenic natural beauty of lush greens, pristine beaches and exotic islands. More than its looks, Bali captivates through its friendly people and vibrant culture. It offers an exciting nightlife, colorful festivals, impressive arts and craft and world class diving. Discover what makes Bali enchanting to visitors.
With a scenic backdrop, spiritual yet colorful culture, Bali brings a unique travel experience. The island boasts of dramatic traditional and modern dance, highly developed arts, rich biodiversity and world famous dive spots. All these contribute to it being a popular tourist destination. Bali was named the Best Island by Travel and Leisure in 2010, and credits should be given to its diverse attractions, exquisite restaurants and friendly locals. BBC Travel also awarded Bali as one the World’s Best Islands in 2011, ranking second to Santorini.
Bali is both an island and province in Indonesia. It is located in the westernmost end of Lesser Sunda Islands and its capital is Denpasar. With a population of 4.2 million as of January 2014, Bali is the home of Indonesia’s Hindu minority. It is part of the Coral Triangle, an area having the highest biodiversity of marine species. It is composed of six regions and 10 cities. Balinese is widely spoken but in tourist areas, English and other foreign languages are also spoken. Standard power is 220 volts 50 Hertz, while standard socket is type C/F. Currency is Indonesian Rupiah.
A trip to Bali should include a visit to its iconic temples, a dip into one of its stunning beaches or a chance to try its nightlife. With a variety of attractions to choose from, tourists will not run out of activities to do and things to see.
The Uluwatu Temple is must-see site in Bali. It is found in Pura Luhur, and is a majestic temple perched on a limestone cliff. The Bukit Peninsula where the temple is situated is also home to some of the best beaches and surfing destinations.
When in Bali, a visit to the town of Ubud is must-do. Ubud is known as the cultural centre of the province being the hub for arts and crafts. It can be explored by foot, but there are various transports to get you around the villages.
For those who want an escape to the hustle and bustle of the city, Seminyak is the perfect destination. It is quiet, and it offers high-end beach resorts and upscale restaurants best for holiday visitors.
For more sea escapades, Kuta Beach makes an excellent setting. It is known for a lively nightlife and surfing spot, but at the north end, a quieter area offers tranquility.
Adventure seekers can find fulfillment trekking Mount Batur, Bali’s highest peak. The mountain features a semi-active volcano, which has four craters, villages and a lake.
Climbing it to view the sunrise is a common activity since it is relatively easy. Mount Batur is also well-visited because of a major Hindu temple, the Pura Ulun Danu Batur.
The Gili Islands, also known as the Gilis, are popularly known nowadays as backpacker’s haven. They are the most sought after destination in Lombok, offering a wondrous mix of glamourous adventures and environmental tours.
The Gili Islands are about three mini island paradise that features, above all, pristine beaches decorated with a lively ecosystem. Due to the growing curiosity of travel-savvy individuals to the place, tourist services were significantly improved. For one, the Gilis can now be reached through speedboats from Bali. Otherwise, tourists may also choose to fly to Lombok’s newly opened international airport. For another, accommodation options continue to increase by the day.
At present, there is an estimated 3,500 permanent residents at the Gili Islands. Since it enjoys a considerably drier and hotter climate than Lombok, it has become the choice destination for beach lovers. Tourist arrivals peak between July and August as well as December and January. Interestingly, there is no motorized vehicle that run about in the island. To get to where you want to be, you have got a choice between chartered boats, horse-drawn carriages or Cidomo (horse carriage), bicycles, and your own feet. The currency in the islands is Indonesian rupiah and the dominant languages spoken are English and Bahasa Indonesia.
The three islands of the Gilis each have their own character. Trawangan, the biggest, has the most eclectic party scene. Meno, the smallest, is a secluded, serene paradise tailor-made for honeymooners. Air, the closest to central Lombok, offers a deeper look at the local way of life and is also a cut between the two in terms of not just size but of tourism services and seclusion as well.
Obviously, Gili Trawangan enjoys a good chunk of visitors on a regular basis. Being the most cosmopolitan, with endless arrays of hip restaurants, cafés and bars set against fantastic landscapes, tourists feel more comfortable roaming around. As an added allure, the island has a Turtle Sanctuary where you can watch baby turtles swim their way to grow as even more fascinating creatures. Sunset on the Hill is another must-see attraction, providing panoramic views of the Gilis, Lombok, as well as Bali. Trawangan also has the most number of dive shops, which will help you through a fuss-free scuba diving adventure, one activity that you cannot miss when you visit the Gili Islands.
Gili Meno’s strongest tourist magnet is its idyllic feel. This is where tourists who want to relax and rejuvenate their senses come to. Apart from swimming through crystal waters, you may also enjoy visiting the island’s Turtle Sanctuary and Bird Park where you can find captivating bird species as well as kangaroos, crocodiles, and deers.
As with Gili Air, it is the center of the most daring watersports adventure. You can go scuba diving, kitesurfing, and stand-up paddleboarding, among many others.
The Gili Islands are remarkable. They feature a myriad of activities and sights that will satisfy your cravings for unique adventures. Definitely, a must-visit.