Arcing away from the northwest corner of Lombok, the Gili Islands are three idyllic atolls where the sand is still powdery white, the water a clear sparkling turquoise, and the sunsets over Bali’s Agung in the west simply spectacular. Home to the largest Irish bar on the smallest island in the world, an authentic Japanese sushi restaurant, a turtle hatchery, ominous sounding dive sites like ‘Shark Point’ and miles and miles of white sandy beaches, Lombok’s Gilis, make a surprisingly ideal getaway destination. Getting there is easy and whichever way you chose, you will be guaranteed to see some of Bali and Lombok’s breathtaking scenery
₹ 21,200/- per person
After arrival at the Denpasar International Airport get to your car and set back to the seat and relax. The long white Sanur beach will present to you the magnificent ocean along the east coast. You will move through the local markets of Bali beholding local handmade crafts like batik clothes, potteries and baskets.
After breakfast get ready and drive by boat to the Gili Island - Gili Trawangan. The largest and most visited of the three islands. Known as the party island. There is good diving around the islands, suitable for all levels. Check in to hotel. Take rest or just walk follow the coastline.
The islands provide ample opportunities for visitors to swim, sunbathe, snorkel or scuba dive with many internationally accredited dive operators based in Lombok. At evening you can enjoy the night party and also taste some delicious food.
You will be picked up from your hotel to Nusa Dua where you can lift your spirit up with amazing water sports like jet ski, fly board or parasailing. Although this will cost you some extra dollars, this will be a life time experience for you. After lunch, visit the Taman Ayun temple at Mengwi village and the Tanah Lot Temple at Beraban to enjoy Balinese Hindu spiritualism and architecture. The unique offshore setting and sunset at backdrop will mark you glorious trip to Bali.
Start your trip early in the morning. Shark Island, Turtle Conservation, and Education Center, Sakenan Temple are some of the must visit in the Denpasar city tour. Bali Provincial Public Museum exhibiting the ethnic Bali heritage, Bajra Sandhi Monument immortalizing the spirit of Balinese people’s struggles, Jagatnatha Temple decorated with traditional Balinese ornaments and Ngurah Rai Mangrove Forest are some of the important places that will add up the list. This Denpasar City Tour will let you observe the real Balinese urban with their social life and traditional cultures very closely.
Brood over your beautiful Bali trip relaxing at your cozy bed or warm water tub. Get ready to get back with some of the most beautiful memories of your life. The good bye trip will make you feel that you must come to this spiritual and indigenous land again.