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Scuba Diving in the Gili Islands Posted by on Dec 12, 2017

Scuba Diving in the Gili Islands

The Gili Islands are a very popular destination in Indonesia, and for good reason. These little idyllic islands off the northwest coast of Lombok feature white sandy beaches and crystal clear water. They’re also a top diving destination, whether you’re a beginner or a pro. Let’s see what it’s like scuba diving in the Gili…

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Traveling Around Lombok Posted by on Dec 6, 2017

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While Bali gets all the attention when it comes to tourism in Indonesia, its neighbor to the east has a lot to offer as well. Lombok is a fascinating island with so much to see and do. From trekking the 2nd highest volcano in the country, to diving off of idyllic tiny islands, to riding…

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Streets, Beats and Eats – Gili Air Posted by on Mar 3, 2016

Gili Air sunset

Explore the tiny island of Gili Air – take a horse-drawn carriage ride, go scuba diving, watch the sunset with a fresh juice, hit a psy-trance bar, and enjoy a fresh grilled fish.  

A Video Tour of Gili Air Posted by on Feb 22, 2016

Gili Air

Explore beautiful Gili Air in this short video. Go diving, relax on the beach, walk through the village, enjoy a sunset, and check out some of the nightlife.

Gili Air Posted by on Feb 18, 2016

Gili Air

This is our final post in our Gili Islands series. We’ve already looked at the “party island” Gili Trawangan and the “honeymoon island” Gili Meno. The last stop on our journey is Gili Air, the closest of the three to the main island of Lombok. If you’re visiting all three Gili Islands from Bali on…

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Take a Video Tour of the Gilis Posted by on Nov 12, 2015

Check out the three Gili Islands of Indonesia in this 3-minute video – beaches, diving, stunning sunsets, night markets, cool bars, and so much more!

A Glance at the Gili Islands Posted by on Nov 9, 2015

Located to the northwest of Lombok are three little islands called the Gili Islands, or ‘Gilis’ for short. Gili Trawangan is the biggest and most western off the mainland followed by Gili Meno and Gili Air (pronounced AH-yer). The islands have only been inhabited by people for about thirty years. Bugis fisherman from Sulawesi were…

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