Discover the gems of Bali and Lombok on this exhilirating Indonesian adventure
Brimming with incredible landscapes and extraordinary diversity, Bali and Lombok are perfect havens for curious, active travellers. Go white water rafting outside Ubud, stroll through rice paddies and quaint villages en route to Candidasa, wind your way along the slopes of Mount Agung to the beach, climb the mythical route to Lempuyang Temple, trek through monkey-filled forest to Mt Rinjani, and snorkel in search of sea turtles in the remote Gili Islands. Learn about Balinese cultures and traditions along the way, from Hindu temples to old-fashioned blacksmithing. With a healthy dose of beachside chill-time thrown in, this Bali and Lombok adventure strikes the perfect balance.
Enjoy a mixture of adventurous activities, from snorkelling to hiking to rafting – perfect for those who love to get their pulse going
Get well away from the tourist trail in Eastern Bali, visiting lesser-known temples and villages of Tenganan Village and Pura Luhur Lempuyang. These are golden opportunities to learn about Balinese culture
Hike through lush forests and climb to the rim of Mt Rinjani, where spectacular views of the crater reward your efforts on this challenging day-trek
Relax and unwind on pristine beaches in Amed and Gili Air, the perfect places to rest your bones after hiking
Swim with colourful marine life and sea turtles on a snorkelling trip around the islands at Gili Air
This trip is designed for those who love to get active. While prior training may not be necessary, a good level of fitness will help you to get the most out of the activities on this trip.
The white water rafting excursion just outside Ubud (Day 2), involves grade II and III rapids, so a level of confidence in the water is essential. Similarly, you'll need to be a confident swimmer for the Gili Islands snorkelling trip (Day 11).
You will Cycle from the hills inland of Candidasa to the coast a distance of approx. 31 KM which involves some hill climbs and steep descents and some off road sections.
Be prepared for a few nights without hot showers - hot water can sometimes be unreliable at some destinations!
The hike to the Mt Rinjari crater is demanding and can vary a great deal depending on the weather. The climb involves an ascent of 2000M and a distance of 9kM in each direction with some steep and dusty sections Be sure to bring strong, sturdy walking shoes and clothes for cold temperatures and an overnight bag that you will need to carry. All camping gear will be carried by porters.
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1. A Single Supplement to have your own room is available on this trip and excludes nights 5, 6, 7 & 9 (small hotel/guesthouse) and 8 (camping) where you will be in shared accommodation.
2. FINISH POINT: This trip concludes on Gili Air. Please allow sufficient time if you are planning to depart from Bali, Denpasar International Airport or Lombok International Airport. Please refer to the finish point instructions for further information. We recommend onward flights that depart after 6pm.
Our Bali & Lombok: Hike, Bike & Raft trips score an average of 4.8 out of 5 based on 59 reviews in the last year.
Highly recommended. A great balance of physical activity, cultural immersion and breath-taking scenery, showing off the real Bali (not just the tourist hot spots). The temple climb (1700 steps) was physically tough but very rewarding – although, most activities were not too demanding (if you exercise 2-3 times per week). The food was great in most places. Pack light as most places you stay at have laundry service!
Review submitted 17 Aug 2018
If you want an inspiring active trip and dont want to be bored sitting on a beach then this is for you! It is challenging but well supported well thought out and well organised. Lots of highlights; the temple trip is a beautiful journey physically and spiritually and mount rinjani climb will get the legs burning but you will forget that when you get to the crater rim!
Review submitted 06 Aug 2018