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Rp 330.000 / p - 1 Day - Min. 2 person

Inclusions : AC coach, English speaking driver, Parking fee, & Mineral water

Exclusions : Entrance fee (total fee approximately Rp 30.000/person), Meals & Insurance

Kuta Beach
Kuta, about 45 km (28miles) from Cakranegara or one and a half hour´s drive from Senggigi, has an expansively beautiful white sand beach and is an excellent base for exploring the stunningly beautiful southern coastline.
The scenery is spectacular, with cliffs and mountains reaching the coast to create jagged and awe-inspiringg landscapes and views.
The beaches are some of the best in Indonesia, with pristine white sand and transparent blue-greens in the water. Kuta has some of the best surfing in the world, so naturally, many visitors are surfers.

Tanjung Aan
Tanjung Aan beach Located on the south coast of Lombok Kuta Beach. Tanjung Aan, a paradise for beach lovers, is a very nice area near Kuta Beach.
Tanjung Aan beach has sand that resembles pepper. This beach provides an ample opportunity to get together and have fun with your friends or beloved family.
Tanjung Aan bay stretches along a mile, and a giant wave is breaking on the beach. Turquoise sea water, stir a desire to unlock the hidden secrets of this beach.

Mawun Beach
The coastal area is located in the village Tumpak, Pujuk District, Central Lombok.
A wide cove with white powdery sand lies against rows of picturesque verdant hills, creating a dramatic vista, unlike other beaches in the area.
The water is clear with shades of turquoise, and the waves are calm. 

Selong Belanak
Selong Belanak Beach can be said as one of the most prestigious beaches on Lombok tourism, especially when we are talking about the beauty and cleanliness of the beach.
One of the best things about this beach is the shape of the shore that looks like a crescent. The beach has a curvy shape with hills on each point.
This beach is the part of Selong Belanak Bay that faces the Indian Ocean.