Get ready for a magical getaway on picturesque Islands on this adventure through Bali and Lombok. Blending gorgeous beaches, great food and rich cultures with Indonesia´s warm weather and sapphire seas, this trip is guaranteed to leave you enthralled. Walk, cycle, snorkel, hike and swim through the pristine environs and discover the allure of these two unique islands, famous for their beauty and welcoming spirit.
Days 1-2 Ubud
Bali's cultural heart boasts a great array of galleries and shops for art lovers to explore. Trawl the Gianyar night market for delicious local food.
Day 3 Sidemen
Take a leisurely bike ride through back lanes and rice paddies and past beautiful temples - a great opportunity to meet the locals.
Day 4 Mt Batur
Sample a traditional takeaway lunch in the cool mountain air before moving on to a small fishing village by Lake Batur.
Days 5-6 Lovina
Hike to the summit of Mt Batur in time for sunrise. After the climb, opt to soothe tired muscles in steaming hot springs before making tracks to Lovina. There is plenty of time here to relax with a traditional massage, take a wander through the local market or head out at dawn to spot dolphins in the bay.
Day 7 Bedugal
Feel the air get cooler while travelling inland to Bedugal.
Day 8 Ubud
Admire one of Bali's most beautiful temples, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, situated in the centre of a glassy lake, before travelling back to Ubud.
Days 9-10 Tetebatu
Ride the ferry to Lombok and continue to Tetebatu, a village known for its great views of magnificent Mt Rinjani. Enjoy a guided walk through rice paddies and rainforest, finishing up at a tropical waterfall. Feast on local cuisine during a village visit.
Day 11 Mt Rinjani/Senaru
Sitting in the shadow of Mt Rinjani, picturesque Senaru awaits. On the way, explore tiny villages and markets and try a cup of locally brewed coffee.
Days 12-13 Gili Islands
Away from the noise of modern life and accessible only by boat, the Gili Islands are the ultimate getaway.
Days 14-15 Senggigi
Enjoy a final feast in Senggigi before bidding farewell to Indonesia.