Experience the freedom afforded by two-wheel transportation and explore Indonesia’s scenic Lombok coast by bicycle. Explore on your own or let us pair you with an experienced guide to see areas such as:
Traditional rice terraces, still farmed and harvested in the same way they have been for centuries.
Numerous local villages, noted for their intricate arts and crafts, spice markets, and local produce.
Suranadi Village and its accompanying rainforest.
Endut Village, home of an ancient Lingsar temple.
Banyumulek, a pottery village where traditional skills have been passed on through generations.
Nearby beaches, perfect for surfing, scuba & snorkel, sunbathing and more
Avid, long-distance bikers can explore Sukerare, home to gifted weavers making unique songket and ikat cloths, often guided only by their imagination as they seldom constrain themselves to set drawn patterns as well as Lombok’s largest clove and coffee plantation.
Complimentary bicycles are available on a first-come, first-served basis as part of our resort activities portfolio.
The rolling hills and scenic vistas of Lombok Island make for ideal hiking conditions. Our resort staff can suggest a number of hikes that seamlessly meld scenic vistas and with a hiker’s desired activity level. Some of our favorite hiking destinations include:
Rinjani, the second highest volcano in Indonesia at 3,726 meters above sea level. The huge crater near the top contains a beautiful lake named Danau Segara Anak. The name refers to the color of the water in this crater lake in what remains of a volcanic mountain, explaining the hot water found there.
Kerandangan, just two kilometers from nearby Senggigi, has a popular beach as well as a clearly-marked hiking path. Along this scenic walk, find small waterfalls, indigenous monkeys, a rainforest and a variety of tropical plants and bird life.
Rice Terraces, which allow guests to experience firsthand the traditional rice production method that has been used for centuries.
Waterfall hikes, including Sendang Gile and Tiu Kelep Waterfall, one of the most popular waterfalls in the world, as well as Benang Kelambu and Kelep Waterfall, both of which are accessible on day trips.
View our map to discover these locations and more.