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Gilli Islands & Lombok Ferry Tickets

Scooter & Car Rental

Arcing away from the northwest corner of Lombok, the Gili Islands are three idyllic atolls where the sand is still powdery white, the water a clear sparkling turquoise, and the sunsets over Bali’s Agung in the west simply spectacular.

Home to the largest Irish bar on the smallest island in the world, an authentic Japanese sushi restaurant, a turtle hatchery, ominous sounding dive sites like ‘Shark Point’ and miles and miles of white sandy beaches, Lombok’s Gilis, make a surprisingly ideal getaway destination. Getting there is easy and whichever way you chose,

you will be guaranteed to see some of Bali and Lombok’s

breathtaking scenery.


No motorised transport

Fortunately all three Gili Islands will not permit any type of motorised transport on them and therefore rely on bicycles or horse and carts, locally known as ‘Cidomos’. Bicycles can be rented from any of the kiosks and cost from around Rp20,000 an hour, or better value, ask for the daily rate. Cidomos (local horse and carts) are easily located all over the islands but tend to hang around the harbour and busy spots, arrangements can be made if you are staying in a more remote place on the island, for instance a late ride home…. Haggling is the norm, and always agree a price before your journey.

Contact us to book your Ferry ticket at the best rates in Bali.

Our Motorbikes available for rent vary from scooters  ( Honda Vario Automatic ) being the most popular and simple to drive, from small 100cc jobs to more robust trail-bikes.

Prices start at Rp50,000 per day with discounts for longer rentals.

All motorcyclists, both drivers and passengers, must wear a helmet; these will be provided free by us.


Car rental is available with a choice of vehicles and the Toyota Avanza being the most popular also for larger groups we have the 8 seater Suzuki APV.


We reccomend you aqqire a International Driving Permit in your home country before setting out on your travels.



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