2D1N Bali Lombok Paradise Tour

Itinerary:
Day 1

By speedboat to Rinca Island in Komodo National Park. Lunch is provided on boat. Afternoon trekking in Rinca to see the activities of Komodo dragons and other wild animals. Then sail to Kalong island to see thousands of bats. Returning to Labuan Bajo.
Day 2
Visit local market and batu cermin cave before transferring to the airport.

Includes: 

  • Accomodation at Bajo Eco Lodge/Puri Sari Hotel
  • 1x breakfast, 1x lunch, 1x dinner
  • Transfer in/out
  • Entrance fee, porter & donation
  • Mineral water
  • Local boat to Rinca Island
  • Ranger fee
  • Snorkeling gear
  • Guide (Inglish/German)

Excludes:

  • Personal expenses
  • Airport tax
  • Flight ticket
  • Tips for driver and guide

Terms & Conditions:

  • Min 2 pax 
Duration : 2 Days
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 2
Maximum : 6
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Per Person (2 Pax)
IDR 3.780.000
Per Person (3 Pax)
IDR 3.195.000
Per Person (4-6 Pax)
IDR 2.835.000
TOTAL : IDR

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Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

About 2D1N Bali Lombok Paradise Tour

Bali and Lombok are adjacent. If you are in Bali, do not miss the opportunity to visit Lombok. Come to Lombok though in one or two days. You will find a variety of interesting things that may not be found in Bali.

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Evelinaojoel (Savsjo, Sweden)
Reviewed 20 Feb 2018

"Most beautiful beach "

This beach was stunning. For real. You just see these beaches at postcards. We loved spending a day here. Just relax.

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Chloewilk (Lincoln, United Kingdom)
Reviewed 06 Feb 2018

"Best beach around kuta!"

We stayed in kuta for 2 days, one day exploring the east and one day exploring the west. We visited 7 beaches in total and this by far was the best! The beach was super clean, stretched so far and...

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CandH2013 (Tweed Coast)
Reviewed 22 Jan 2018

"Dirty"

This must have been a beautiful beach once upon a time. It is not just the rubbish in the ocean washing up, here there is rubbish all over the beach and background. There is a spectacular headland...

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