While Bali is celebrated by many travellers as the jewel in Indonesia’s crown, an increasing number of visitors now choose to travel to the island’s eastern neighbour, Lombok. The less crowded island of Lombok is decorated with a generous sprinkling of natural treasures that includes sparkling white-sand beaches, spectacular jungle-covered mountains and Indonesia’s second largest volcano, Mount Rinjani. The network of small islands scattered off Lombok’s coast, known as the Gili Islands, is one of Lombok’s main tourist draws. While Lombok may lack Bali’s well established tourist infrastructure, the island more than makes up for it by assuming the mantle of a remote, island paradise, rich with activities that include water sports and shopping for handicrafts in the small villages that pepper the island.
Contemplating a villa holiday in Lombok? Here's some useful information to help kickstart your vacation planning.
Passport and Visa Information
Now that you have selected your destination, here are some pointers on how you can get to your Lombok villa.
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