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

Includes:
* English Drive Guide
* entrance fee
* Meal
* 2N accommodation
Monday Thursday
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Day 1
Loyok Village
Loyok and its surrounding area is famous for bamboo crafts and is the center of bamboo handicraft in East Lombok.

Many local designs are created by skilled craftsmen working studiously each day on an amazing array of products such as hats,basket ware, rice buckets and fish bowl.

The products are sold in place and are also exported to all over Indonesia and offshore

It is noted for its fine handicraft, particularly basket ware and weaving with natural fiber materials, like bamboo and grass.
Day 1
Tetebatu Village
A pleasant holiday resort 40 km to the east of Mataram. It is located at the foothill of Mt.Rinjani, with cool weather, fresh air, and is surrounded by rice fields and forests.

Tetebatu village is situated on the slopes of Mt. Rinjani. The views of these awesome giants are breathtaking.

Treks in Rinjani foot hills and through the rice fields or tobacco plantations are popular activities for those visiting Tetebatu. People also like to see the local waterfalls and there are several home stays, cottages, restaurants and small hotels.
Day 1
Pringgasela
A village of traditional hand weaving cloths, with silver thread and other special ornaments are on hand loom in pattern.

This village is known for its traditional woven cloth. Tenun Gedongan still produced on old looms by skilled villagers the cloths are well known because of their natural look and attract interest from overseas.
Day 1
Mas Bagik
Large town, with one of the biggest mosque on Lombok. It has a busy local market on the main road east there is a constant supply of skinned pineapples on sale.

On this village at list on the Pemepak Village you can see pottery makers painstakingly molding vases, jugs and plates in exactly the same way as they have been crafted for centuries.

Only done by women, the pottery is all shaped by hand without the aid of a potter´s wheel. There are also numerous traditional looms producing varieties of hand–woven materials of very good quality.
Day 1
Perama Docking – Padak Village
This traditional boat docking was built in 1990. It is located about 1 km to the west of Kayangan harbor and occupies a land area of 1.5 hectares.The place around the docking is packed with traditional Phinisi boats owned by the Bugis on one side and a number of small wing boats owned by the Sasak fishermen on the other side. A combination of stilted houses and modern concrete houses are visible across the village.

Since its establishment the docking has produced a number of boats with varying degrees of sizes. Most of the boats take the forms of Bugis Phinisi styles.

The boat making process uses traditional machinery with only a few modern tools. A professional boat maker (the Tukang) has a skill which has been passed down from generation to generation. The way they make the boat is very unique and traditional. The outer parts (planks) are made first before they build the frame. The overall boat design is only drawn in their mind.

The boat is made from a variety of woods. The woods are imported from other islands. For the boat base or keel we use iron wood and Ulin. This wood is very hard, water–resistant, and strong. For the boat wall (plank) we use langotii wood. And for the connectors (nails) we use spang woods.Kesambi is used for the boat frame.

The first part that we have to know is the length of the keel. After that we put the connecting wood to the front part of the keel and then put planks on boat sides so you get the desired form. After the planks take into shape it is easy to continue building the other parts of the boat.
Day 1
Perama Resort – Gili Kondo / Bagik
A beautiful small island with white sand beach, ideal to see sunrise, sunset, and a mountain view.

A variety of colorful tropical fishes and coral reefs in the island´s water make it an exceptional place for snorkeling.

With two existing bungalows, you have a chance to sleep while tasting the pure quietness of the island.
Day 2
Limbungan Village
Situated to the east of Mataram, the village is one of the very traditional Sasak villages in Lombok Island which lies on the slope of Mount Rinjani with approximately 700 meters above sea level.

The Village is very unspoiled by modern lifestyle and one of the heritage site for Sasak culture and passed down from generation to generation. This village is divided into two native Sasak culture (North and South Lombok culture) and has been composed of traditional houses.
Day 2
Sembalun Lawang
Sembalun Lawang set in countryside a high, flat bottomed mountain valley virtually surrounded by hills.Another village to climb up to Mt. Rinjani
Day 2
Senaru Village
Another traditional Sasak village in the northern part of Lombok and the last village to climb up to Mt. Rinjani. It is 1000 meters above sea level
Day 3
Senaru Village & Sendang Gile Waterfall
at Senaru are amongst Lombok´s most spectacular, even after climbing the 200 plus vertical steps down to stand below them. The water cascades in a steep vertical drop down the hillside into a rocky stream below. It is popular with both locals.and tourist visiting Mt Rinjani National Park.

the short trek through the jungle to the lovely Tiu Kelep waterfall nearby, where the water flows into a pool at the base, good for swimming. Climb the rocks to the hidden cave behind the falls and follow local legend that says for every pass behind the waterfall, you take one year off your age.
Day 3
Baun Pusuk
The Pusuk Pass is a winding mountain road that starts in Gunungsari and runs through the mountains inland, to Pemenang in the north.

The drive up the pass provides wonderful views of valleys and gorges, with rivers running through the tropical forests and small villages dotted amongst the trees. Families of grey monkeys live in the jungle and come down to the road to beg for food from passing motorists. This area is great for short walks in the hills and valleys with crystal clear cool streams.
Day 3
Segenter Village
Is one of the traditional Sasak Villages on the Northern Part of Lombok. The villages are not so many different than the others.

The livelihoods are farm such as chestnuts, cassava. They sold to the local market at Bayan.
Day 3
Senggigi
Senggigi is the most developed tourist area in Lombok. As a main tourist destination, Senggigi has a wide range of facilities that the tourists need.

It has a long stretch of very beautiful beaches, beautiful Hindu temples – legacies of the former Bali–Lombok Dynasty and also an extensive choice of hotels, resorts, bars, and restaurants with varying degrees in prices. Senggigi is also endowed with one of the best spots to see sunsets.

Because of its proximity to the thriving exotic Gili islands, in the next few years Senggigi will become one of the most famous tourist resorts in Indonesia.