Get the celebrity treatment with world-class service at Wyndham Sundancer Resort Lombok
Boasting a private beach and a large outdoor lagoon pool, Wyndham Sundancer Resort Lombok offers relaxing stays with extensive wellness facilities. Free WiFi is accessible throughout the resort.
Each suite overlooks the pool, garden or sea from the private balcony. Fitted with air-conditioning, it comes with a separate seating area and a well-equipped kitchen. The private bathroom includes a bath, a shower and a hairdryer.
Guests can have a meal at one of the 2 restaurants and have a refreshing beverage at the bar. In-room dining is also available.
You can relax in the sauna or with pampering treatments in the spa. Staff at the 24-hour reception can assist you with car rentals and airport shuttle. Other activities offered are snorkeling, windsurfing and day trips that can be arranged at the tour desk.
Experience World-class Service at Sheraton Senggigi Beach Resort
Situated right on Lombok’s Senggigi Beach, Sheraton is surrounded by tropical gardens. It includes 4 dining options, an outdoor pool and a spa. Modern rooms offer a patio or balcony featuring viewsof the ocean, pool or surrounding grounds.
Sheraton Senggigi Beach Resort is one kilometer from Batu Bolong Temple and 12.1 km from Lembar Harbour, which connects Lombok to Bali. Lombok International Airport is 48.3 km away.
Putri Duyung Bar is an in-pool bar where guests can order snacks and drinks, while Bawang Putih Grill offers grilled steak and seafood dishes poolside. Facing the landscaped grounds, Kebun Anggrek Restaurant serves breakfast. Drinks and light snacks are offered at the Sunset Bar.
Spacious air-conditioned rooms at Sheraton Senggigi feature a flat-screen TV with a DVD player and a personal safe. Private bathrooms come with bathtub and shower facilities. Tea/coffee making essentials and a minibar are included and 24-hour room service is available.
Guests can play a game of tennis, or exercise in the gym. Other facilities include a business center offering free internet access, and a tour desk. The staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with luggage storage, currency exchange or airport shuttle services. Complimentary parking is provided.
Experience World-class Service at Anema Resort Gili Lombok
Located on the pristine Sire Beach and just minutes away by boat to the famous Gili Islands, Anema Resort presents a tranquil beachfront getaway with picturesque views of the bay. It also offers great activities for snorkeling and diving, as well as an on-site restaurant. Guests enjoy pick-up/drop-off to Teluk Kodek and Teluk Nare Harbor.
Certain rooms have a private bathroom with a hot tub, while others have slippers and free toiletries. Some rooms feature a seating area where you can relax. A balcony or patio are featured in certain rooms.
Lombok Wildlife Park is an incredible way to encounter wildlife up close. Set in the north-west of Lombok's island, it is just a short drive from Senggigi, and two hours from Kuta.
The park is home to 195 animals and 50 different species, and their wellbeing is the top priority. This unique experience will allow you to encounter orangutans, elephants, colourful birds and reptiles all in a day's visit. Learn about the different animal species with talks on orangutans and why they are considered one of the most charismatic creatures. Take the opportunity to bathe with elephants as they play together and enjoy the water. You will also be able to join in on the elephant meet and greet available at certain times throughout the day. Continue to the exotic bird park, to see colourful birds stretch their winds out and glide above you.
The park also provides a choice of facilities on offer including a restaurant, cafe, gift shop and picnic area should you wish to sit down for a rest. No food or drink from outside is permitted to bring into the park, therefore packing a picnic isn't an option. Lombok Wildlife Park is open 365 days of the year from 9am to 5.30pm. Spend a day exploring Lombok Wildlife Park for a close encounter of a vast range of wildlife. From orangutans to elephants, reptiles to birdlife; a visit to the park is sure to be a memorable experience perfect for families, groups and solo travellers.
Gili Meno Turtle Sanctuary was initiated to help preserve the turtle wildlife on the island. Turtle breeding is a unique process and unlike any other, yet with this comes many newborn deaths. The sanctuary’s focus is to protect the turtles by allowing them to grow in a sheltered area. Once the turtles are fully grown, they are released into the water on their own (which only happens every few months). To be a part of the release a small fee is required which is donated back to the turtle sanctuary.
The sanctuary is a tiny patch of beach and relies on donations to keep it alive. Don’t be confused by the name; it is a private initiative and just a small area off the beach. Several shallow pools stand with turtles divided according to their age. The turtle sanctuary can easily be missed, with a sign under corrugated iron pointing you in the right direction. However, even though it is a small initiative, it makes a big difference in the turtle population. Your support and donations keep the sanctuary alive and help feed the growing turtles so that they can then be released into the wild. During your stay on Gili Meno, take a wander down and visit the Gili Meno Turtle Sanctuary to learn about these beautiful creatures.
An adventure to cascading waterfalls and lush rainforest is a beautiful way to spend the day exploring Lombok. Begin by exploring the waterfalls in the north of Lombok, Sendang Gile and Tiu Kelep Waterfall. Sitting at the foot of Mount Rinjani, they are on the trek to reach the summit. Whether you take a taxi, hire a driver or ride a scooter, there are clear signs from the main road directing you to the waterfalls.
As one of the main attractions in Senaru, plan your journey to catch the sunrise, which is one of the most spectacular ways to encounter the site. On your visit, the same trail will lead you to both Sendang Gile waterfall and Tiu Kelep waterfall. The first waterfall awaiting is Sendang Gile, a two-tiered waterfall that drops into a shallow river. Another fifteen minutes down the river will lead you to Tiu Kelep, which is the most well known waterfall in Lombok. On arrival, you'll feel the fresh mist from the waterfall lightly spray your skin as canopying trees sway above you. With one steady stream of water flowing, and many lighter falls rushing underneath, it is quite the spectacle. Due to the vigorous pour of water, swimming under this fall can be quite dangerous, so pay attention. During your stay in Lombok, take some time out to explore the glistening waterfalls, Sendang Gile and Tiu Kelep.
Lombok's crystal clear waters leave travellers with several magnificent diving sites to uncover. The best time to plan your dive is over the dry season beginning in March until November, and water temperature ranges from 26 to 30 C (79 to 86 F).
Starting with the most famous site, The Magnet, which sits on the southern coast in Belongas Bay. It bears its name from the many big fish drawn to the site such as hammerheads, barracuda and eagle rays. The Magnet drops down to 80 metres and is for advanced divers only.
A short boat ride from the west of Lombok will take you to the stunning North Gili Islands, with some of the top diving sites. The North Gili Islands are home to Trawangan, Air and Meno and are popular amongst honeymooners and backpackers. Gili Meno is known for its underwater sculptures called 'The Nest', for you to encounter. Here you experience up close turtles, manta rays, reef sharks and more. Sitting to the west of Gili Meno is Meno Wall with an 18-metre drop. Encounter a mix of coral fish moving with the current, crabs, lionfish, wart slugs and nudibranchs as well as hawksbill and green turtles floating away. South of Gili Trawangan comes to life with Manta Rays in the wet season, and reef sharks and turtles inhabit the area all year round. The drop goes down to 40 metres, and the beautiful mix of marine life fits into the Malang Reef underwater canyons featuring blue-spotted stingrays, lionfish, white tips and spiny lobsters. While Shark Point sits east of Gili Trawangan and the morning is when this site comes to life with up to 24 metres of coral waters to explore. Here you'll find trivially, white tip reef shark, ribbon eels and mantas. Volker's Golf Course lays 500 metres from Shark Point and begins from 30 metres and down. Down in the depths, you'll witness sharks, doctor fish and mackerel but it sometimes also brings strong currents due to the distance of the sea.
Moving on to more remote waters in the south of Lombok, are Sekotong (mainland) and South Gilis - Asahan, Gede, Ringgit and many more, home to pristine, white sandy beaches and unspoilt reefs. Gili Ringgit is small, but an excellent place for beginner divers with cuttlefish and blue-spotted stingrays as well as coral gardens. For a more untouched diving experience, the southwest is where you'll find quieter dive sites. Here, the gentle currents create a perfect combination for those wanting to learn how to dive or brush up on their skills. Another popular site here are the Stairs of Medang, where the reef drops into a stairway looking shape down to 30 metres. Here you'll encounter turtles playing and fish trailing each other as you continue deeper on to manta rays and sharks.
Lombok has so many dive sites for you to explore. Add to your list Frog Fish Point, Hammerhead Sharks (a newer site with pristine coral and of course, sharks), The Cathedral, Nipah Slope, and Alang-Alang Wall (great for night dives), and you'll be sure to find an adventure to suit.
Spend a day in the sunshine and explore Lombok's incredible turquoise waters stand up paddle boarding. Stand up paddle boarding is perfect for beginners to advanced paddlers and is a fun activity for families, couples and groups. Start your adventure from Senggigi Bay, and if you're new to paddle boarding, opt to join in on the many lessons available. Day trip programs are available for experienced paddle boarders allowing you to traverse the incredible coastline while a boat follows along. The transparent water makes Lombok a beautiful place to paddle the day away. Another exotic spot nearby to explore by stand up paddle boarding is Gili Trawangan. Its turquoise water and tropical island feel mean you can pass hours on end floating away.
Take the opportunity at sunset to join in on a stand up paddle boarding tour. Starting from Kuta Beach, you'll be taken to Segah Beach and out to the ocean. Get the best vantage point from the water as the sun goes down and watch the stars begin to twinkle above you.
Lombok brings pristine, crystal clear water for you to encounter, and stand up paddle boarding is a fun adventure for you to see the water from a new perspective. Whether you merely float away paddling all day or jump in and out of the water throughout your adventure, explore the marine life and the shoreline surrounding Lombok with stand up paddle boarding.
Lombok has 26 islands surrounding it, each home to coral reefs and a plethora of marine life. This leaves endless snorkelling options amongst unspoilt crystal clear water, making the perfect vantage point to watch fish swimming and turtles playing up close. The water temperature sits between 27-29 C (81-84 F), and the wet season falls from November to March. This tropical climate is best explored from May to October for perfect weather.
The North Gili Islands are well connected to Lombok and provide a mix of restaurants and accommodation options. Start your snorkelling experience at Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno or Gili Air, or for fewer crowds, head to the South Gili islands near Sekotong. The South Gilis are home to 12 islands including Gede, Asahan and Layar. With Gede being the biggest, you’ll find accommodation options and a connection directly to Bali too. For those searching for the road less travelled, the Secret Gilis are in the east and well worth a visit (Gili Lampu, Gili Kapal), with some of the most untouched and rugged scenery.
Just a stone’s throw from Lombok is a colourful mix of reef and active marine life for you to encounter up close. Whether you explore the islands to the north or south, snorkelling during your stay in Lombok is a beautiful way to enjoy the sunshine, turquoise water and colourful fish.