300.000 IDR p.p
(minimum 2 people)
Leaves at 8.30 AM

INCLUDE :
AC coach
English speaking driver
Parking fee
Mineral water

EXCLUDE :
Entrance fee (total fee approximately Rp 80.000/person)
Guide fee*** (total fee approximately Rp 20.000/person)
Meals
Insurance

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Sasak Country Side Tour
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1st
Narmada
It´s the water palace of a Balinese King built in 1727 in Lombok by Anak Agung Gede Ngurah Karangasem.

In the middle of the palace there is a holy spring called, "AIR AWET MUDA". Some people believe it can keep you young.

There is also Kelasa Temple of Hindu religion where a ritual ceremony is held every year.
2nd
Loyok
Loyok Village is known for its wickerwork product of bamboo material located in east Lombok regency. The trained villager in the village produces many kind of plaited bamboo handicraft where the skill passed down from generation to generation. Various products showcased in the art shops that are in line along the street in the village.
3rd
Tetebatu
Tetebatu is located at the foothill of Mt.Rinjani, with cool weather, fresh air, and is surrounded by rice fields and forest.
4th
Lendang Nangka
Lendang Nangka is a potential tourist village where local people will show us some unique skill likes hand weaving, pottery and handycraft process.
5th
Pringgesela
Pringgesela is A village of traditional handwoven cloths, with silver thread and other special ornaments are on hand loom in pattern.
6th
Lemor
Lemor a Botanical garden one of the protected forest area with various flora and fauna and part of Mounth Rinjani National Park with a height of 700 meters above sea level
7th
Limbungan Village
Limbungan Village is one of the very traditional Sasak villages on lombok island which lies on the slope of Mount Rinjani
8th
Perama Docking and Museum
Perama Docking and Museum It is located in Kayangan village and is bordered by Kampung Baru and Kampung Padak. Kampung Baru is an area inhabited by the Bugis ethnic while Kampung Padak is by the Sasak people. Since its establishment the docking has produced a number of Phinisi boats of varying degrees of sizes. At the museum we could find the traditional tools and other stuff which used by the local people