Transfer to Lombok by Gili Ombak Express

Gili Ombak Express Transfer to Lombok.

Includes:

  • Government tax and service
  • 25 kg Max Baggage
  • Shuttle pick up from your hotel to the harbour (the free areas are in Umalas, Kerobokan, Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Denpasar, Sanur area and at the airport and Canggu Club)

Terms for Gili Ombak Express:

  • Additional costs applied for baggage Rp 5,000/kg

Note:

  • Pick up service: there will be additional charges for the area outside the free zone. 
  • Free of charge for infant (0-2 years old)
Duration : 1 Way
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 1
Maximum : 10
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Per Person (One Way)
IDR 650.000
Per Person (Return)
IDR 1.200.000
TOTAL : IDR

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Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm

Lombok, Indonesia

About Transfer to Lombok by Gili Ombak Express

Gili Ombak Express provides a fast boat transportation based in Gili Trawangan. Gili Ombak Express is one of the most reliable fast boat service companies Between Bali and Gilis / Lombok. Gili Ombak Express Fast Boat serves daily for fast boat transfers from Padangbai Bali to Teluk Kode Lombok and the Gilis (Gili Trawangan & Gili Air).

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930 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Johnrush2n (Glastonbury, United Kingdom)
Reviewed 11 Feb 2018

"Over hyped"

Comfortable ferry journey from Bali with Patagonia Express and some nice beaches on Gili Air. However there's an enormous amount of rubbish in parts and the stench when you come off the boat is...

Visited Feb 2018 Read More...


Anurulhida (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Reviewed 07 Feb 2018

"Enchanting The Gili's"

The Gili's are most required to visit when going to Lombok island. These three Gilis is having magnificent surroundings and wonderful under water sceneries and creatuream. You'll never known until...

Visited Apr 2017 Read More...


Ozchick5 (Perth, Australia)
Reviewed 07 Feb 2018

"Give this a miss unless you’ve been everywhere else!"

We went over to Gili Island( the bigger of the three) by fast ferry and I thought we were going to roll over. It was so rough and obviously very dangerous waves we found ourselves in. Practically...

Visited Jan 2018 Read More...


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