Getting here

By Air

There are three to four flights a day departing from Denpasar to Lombok. Also, Silk Air flies from Singapore to Mataram three times a week, Merpati Airlines link Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia to Lombok, and a number of other carriers fly daily from Jakarta and other major cities.

Once you arrive to Lombok, we can help you with all the arrangements. A scenic, 1.5h drive in an air-conditioned car, will take you to the harbour, and after a 15-minute speedboat ride, you will disembark in our paradise island.

By Sea

If you decide to arrive by sea, there are plenty companies to choose from. Whether you’re leaving from Serangan, Padang Bai or Amed, the speedboat operators start their crossings in the early morning. Tickets vary in prices, usually depending on how fast the speedboat is. If you want to arrive to Gili Trawangan as quickly as possible, Gili Getaway is recognised for having swift boats. If you’re looking for a decently quick crossing but you’re also watching the budget, Eka Jaya is a good choice. If you’re travelling budget-style, you can take a local ferry from Padag Bai in Bali to Lembar Harbour in Lombok, then get a 2-hour ride to Bangsal Harbour and get a public ferry to Gili Trawangan from there.

If you would like to get more details, you can contact us here.