Itinerary

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 gray 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.


 


Location & Highlights:
  • Forrest
  • Natural Surroundings
  • Wildlifes

Senaru Village 

Senaru is normally thought of as the key gateway village to an arduous trek up Mount Rinjani. There is a lot more to this area than that though, there are some  glorious scenery all around, including some notable waterfalls.

Senaru is also famous for its traditional Village, situated next to Rinjani Trek Center where the Rinjani trail begins,The Sasak inhabitants are the cultural guardians of Mount Rinjani and its surrounding forest and safeguard its spiritual values.

Don't miss a chance to experience the villagers daily life, visit their thatched houses and gardens of fruits and spices.


 


Location & Highlights:
  • Cultural Attractions
  • Natural Surroundings
  • Traditional Village

 Sendang Gile Waterfall

Tucked away in the village of Senaru in the island's northern Lombok Utara regency are two of Lombok's finest and most popular cascades, Sendang Gile, located on the foot of the majestic Mount Rinjani.

It only takes 15 minutes on  foot from the entrance to view the marvelous Sendang Gile waterfall. The clear path to the waterfall passes through a lush protected rain forest filled with towering tropical trees.

Once you get there, you can enjoy the sight of the water crushing the rocks or swim in its cool crisp pool.


 


Location & Highlights:
  • Bathingpool
  • Forrest
  • Hikking
  • Natural Surroundings
  • Waterfalls

Bayan - Old Mosque

This mosque was built by Syeh Gaus Abdul Razak, one of Islam missionary in Bayan in 16th century.

The mosque has square shape with wall’s height around 125 cm. The wall is made from bamboo weaving which stands on stone foundation. The roof is shape like meru and in the top of it there is wood decoration which shape like a crown. The shape of the roof building describes the Hindu-Java influence which came before Islam.

Inside the mosque, you will see floor from land, and an old big bedug (a large suspended drum used to signal the time for Islamic prayers to begin) which still well preserved. The four pillars of the mosque symbolize the unity of four villages which contributed in building the mosque.


 


Location & Highlights:
  • Architectures
  • Cultural Attractions
  • Traditional Village

Malimbu view point 

There are plenty of beautiful places you can visit if you want to watch the beauty of sunset in Lombok. However, Malimbu Hill should be your major consideration because the hill will give you a special view that you cannot find in other places.

What makes Malimbu Hill the best place to watch sunset when you’re in Lombok holidays? When the sky is clear, you can enjoy the sunset and at the same time, you can see Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno, two of the three most popular Gili in Lombok Indonesia.


 


Location & Highlights:
  • Beach
  • Natural Surroundings