Lombok Safari Tour

Adventure holiday by Land Rover in Lombok
We have been organizing and operating private drive Lombok safari tour by Land Rover  throughout Lombok island for the last 5 years. We run our own fleet of Land Rover that we have equipped to the highest standards. We also have a back up and support network throughout Lombok to give you the peace of mind 24 hours a day whilst you are on holiday.

However Lombok safari tour vehicles and equipment is the knowledge and inspiration of what makes an excellent Land Rover holiday in Lombok island ,whether it’s for the wildlife enthusiast, family tour, or specialist photographer.

The original founders of Lombok safari tour is still closely involved with the daily operations which ensures that our knowledge for developing your holiday is the best there is.

Over the years Lombok safari tour have created many thousands of unique journeys that have enabled our clients to discover Lombok island which another vehicle can not reach. Every journey is special and our aim is for you to have a safe, rewarding and satisfying Land Rover drive holiday.

Lombok Safari Tour gives you the chance to explore Lombok  flora and fauna, don’t be surprised to find various vegetation and animals that can be found in Australia because this Island is like a line that divides Asian and Australian flora and fauna. The East side of Lombok island is influenced by Australian flora and fauna a lot. One thing that cannot be separated from Lombok is the volcanic Mount Rinjani (3,726 meters). This highest point of Lombok has a lake called Segara Anak

Lombok Geography
Located immediately east of Bali, the island of Lombok is separated by a deep trench that divides the Asian continental shelf from the Australian shelf. The Lombok Strait lies to the immediate west of the island, marking the passage of the biogeographical division between the prolific fauna of the Indomalayan ecozone and the distinctly different, but similarly prolific, fauna of Australasia—this distinction is known as the “Wallace Line” (or “Wallace’s Line”) and is named after Alfred Russel Wallace. Wallace was the first person to comment on the division between the two regions, as well as the abrupt boundary between the two biomes.

To the east of Lombok lies the Alas Strait, a narrow body of water separating the island of Lombok from the nearby island of Sumbawa to the east.

The island’s topography is dominated by the centrally-located stratovolcano Mount Rinjani, the second highest volcano in Indonesia which rises to 3,726 m (12,224 ft). The most recent eruption of Rinjani was in May 2010 at Gunung Barujari. Ash was reported as rising two km into the atmosphere from the Barujari cone in Rinjani’s caldera lake of Segara Anak. Lava flowed into the caldera lake raising its temperature while crops on the slopes of Rinjani were damaged by ash fall. The volcano, and its crater lake, ‘Segara Anak’ (child of the sea), are protected by the Gunung Rinjani National Park established in 1997. Recent evidence indicates an ancient volcano, Mount Samalas, of which now only a caldera remains, was the source of one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history, causing worldwide changes in weather.

The highlands of Lombok are forest clad and mostly undeveloped. The lowlands are highly cultivated. Rice, soybeans, coffee, tobacco, cotton, cinnamon, cacao, cloves, cassava, corn, coconuts, copra, bananas and vanilla are the major crops grown in the fertile soils of the island. The southern part of the island is fertile but drier, especially toward the southern coastline.

SAFARI TOURS :
LOMBOK SAFARI DISCOVERY

(Route : Pink Beach,Tanjung Ringgit & Kaliantan Beach )

Price person : IDR.1.050.000
(Min. 2 persons)

The beach is actually named Tangsi in Indonesian language. The beach is located in the small village Sekaroh, Jerowaru East Lombok district is part of Tanjung Ringgit.

Barracks in the Big Indonesian Dictionary defined the word “dorm” or “barracks”. Somehow the beginning of history, but if looked at from the surrounding circumstances, it may be in this place is the location that was once used as the headquarters of the Japanese army. This was evidenced by the presence of artificial caves and also relic cannon Japanese invaders.

When viewed more closely, it is actually the original color is actually white sand beach, but because it is mixed with crushed pieces of pink coral, natural procession along the reef and flake fragments are then fused and formed pink, especially when exposed to sea water and exposed sun, so that its Pink color was obvious. Arriving Pink Beach, we will guide you with boat to Gili Petelu,a small island without people live it and do snorkling arround the island and serve you Lunch with Adventure Cooking.

From Pink beach we headed to Tanjung Ringgit 1km ahead with spectacular view and we will passing the historical Japanese Canon which is left from the Japan colonialism in Indonesia

The tour continue to Sewe Beach , Sungkun and the last destination is Kaliantan Beach located in the south east of Lombok . Kaliantan beach also famous with annual event of ceremony called “Bau Nyale” the event take places around February or March. Nyale in Sasak language mean Worm or Sea worm and the story taken from the myth and legend of Mandalika Princess whom sacrifice herself by jump in to the South Sea of Lombok because she do not want to be marriage with prince that choosen by his father and represent herself become Worm. Enjoy your coffee break with Amazing Beach and Landscape.

Tour Include :

  • Lunch with Adventure Cooking, Mineral Water, Snack
  • Guide & Driver 4×4 WD
  • Fee Entrance & Donation
  • Snorkeling Equipment
  • Snorkeling at Pink Beach
  • Coffee Break at Kaliantan Beach
  • Pick Up time : 08.00 AM Senggigi Area
  • 8 hours tour with no overtime charge

What To bring:

  • Change Of Cloth
  • Sun block / Sunscreen
  • Camera

Vehicle Choice :

  • Landrover Long Series ( Full A/C)

Information Contact :
Mr. Putra
Tel: +62-361-465421
XL/Whatsapp : +62817356935
As Telkomsel/Whatsapp : +6285102915151
Email : balieuroreizen@gmail.com