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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783 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Xander M
Reviewed 10 Jan 2017

"Underwhelming place to visit"

For some of the most picturesque landscapes of Indonesia, the reality is far more disappointing. The inhabitants of the area need to improve their waste management initiatives as the garbage is...

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Jaffacake2 (London, United Kingdom)
Reviewed 09 Jan 2017

"Some information about Gili Air"

GIli Air is quite difficult to get to with a hour or longer sea crossing in a small fast boat from Bali. Best suited to a younger crowd of barefoot hippies or backpackers or those who like to just...

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Vaniades (London)
Reviewed 07 Jan 2017

"Very polluted beach"

I visited the islands on December. Don't expect pristine beaches: we walked all around the Gilli Meno Island island and garbage everywhere on the beach. Snorkeling is terrible: all coral dead and...

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