Things to do in Gilis - Diving

Scuba Diving

The Gilis offers several amazing dive sites suitable for all levels and are said to have the best diving, surpassing both Bali & Lombok.




Things to do in Gilis - Freediving

Freediving / Apnea

The oldest and purest form of diving.
Learn to become a breath-hold diver. Whether you’re a beginner or a more experienced freediver, the range of courses on Gili Meno will train you to be more efficient with oxygen and provide you with the skills necessary to have you diving to depths of up to 20m in no time. For some, Apnea may be about diving deep and conquering inner fears while for others it’s a way to peacefully interact with the underwater world.

Things to do in Gilis - Surfing

Watersports

Enjoy a day above the water with Kite Surfing, Windsurfing, Surfing, SUP Stand Up Paddle or Aqua Flight and below with a Subwing.

Things to do in Gilis - Snorkeling

Snorkeling

The Gili Islands have many amazing snorkel sites. Masks & fins are abundantly available for rent at several kiosks, dive shops and resorts. Please bear in mind that the currents can get a little strong at low and high tide and it is not advisable to attempt swimming between the islands. You can also book snorkeling trips around the 3 Gilis and spend the day cruising around Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno & Gili Air and stop at the best snorkeling spots.




Things to do in Gilis - Massage

Massages & Spa’s

Need a break from the hard island life? Go ahead and give yourself a treat. Several resorts and villas offer massages but you can also find salons dedicated to a wide range of “urut”, traditional massages and other treatments.

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Yoga

Are you looking to feel completely connected to your mind, body and spirit? Take a breather from regular island life and sign yourself up for one of the yoga classes or retreats available on the Gili islands.

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Party Boats

Spend the afternoon cruising around the Gili islands while partying with an international crowd.




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Climb Mt Rinjani

Or Gunung Rinjani rises to 3,726 metres (12,224 ft), making it the second highest volcano in Indonesia. A hard treck, but worth every second.

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Take a Bath in Lombok’s Waterfalls

Take a day trip to north Lombok and explore the waterfalls Sendang Gile and Tiu Kelep.

Take a Trip to Komodo

Take a liveaboard to Komodo to meet the Komodo Dragons and enjoy world class diving.