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Gili Air, Gili Meno dan Gili Trawangan,Lombok,Indonesia.

Friday, September 23, 2011

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this time I will post the most extraordinary island in lombok
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Among the many marine attractions in Lombok, it seems that tourists will not miss the west coast of Lombok. In addition to the famous Senggigi beach, there are three islands in the middle of the ocean (which is called by the name of the dyke) which became a favorite place for tourists and the archipelago for the weekend.
Small islands called Gili Trawangan, Gili Air and Gili Meno. All three are able to represent the island as a portrait of beauty beaches in Lombok. Everything is present clearness of sea water, white sand grains without the jumble of rubbish, and coral reefs with ornamental fish are adorable.


Distance traveled to the island's third longest spends 30 minutes, depending on whether or not the current big waves. Stunning scenery directly. Sea water is salty as if choked by a dark blue, light blue to light green. I was so crystal clear waters, the seabed was seen pithy. These three tiny islands in the middle of the ocean have different unique characteristics. Each has the atmosphere of nature and its own characteristics. In fact, the difference seemed to finally sort out the tourists in accordance with their interests, attitudes, and personality
Gili Trawangan is the largest island, once the busiest farthest from the main island of Lombok. Most tourists who visit it consists of people who are youthful and energetic. In the holiday season, most of the night held a frenetic party with music.
For tourists who just want to feel the atmosphere of the beach without going to get wet, can relax on the porch of the hotel, cafes, and restaurants are arranged beautifully. In fact, if interested, you can hire a horse-drawn carriage cidomo to surround the entire island of Gili Trawangan.
Meanwhile, Gili Meno is located in the middle between Gili Trawangan and Gili Air, more suitable for tourists who crave the relaxation in the silence. Visitors were treated to truly natural feel of a tranquil tropical beach.

Merimpun mangrove trees are still visible along the coastal shores. Another with the atmosphere created in Gili Air. The nearest island of Lombok is more suitable for tourists who vacation with the family. Inhabited by local residents the most, these islands offer an atmosphere more beaches are not crowded but not too quiet.

Although located in the middle of the ocean, the tourists do not have to worry about transportation, accommodation and stomach affairs. All tourist facilities are complete. Each island has a hotel, restaurants, discotheques to places of worship though.

All the convenience that ensure the comfort of a relaxing holiday. Over time, the tourists can enjoy as much air typical hot tropical beach. In the morning and afternoon tourists walking barefoot on a bed of soft white sand and very clean or sit perched on mangrove tree roots dangling into the sea.

That should never be overlooked is sunbathing on the beach, swimming, and snorkeling. On the gently sloping beach which was quiet choppy, tourists can uncover the mysteries of marine life in safety. Although coral reefs in some places broken, no doubt left side

beauty. Various types of marine fish are often seen swimming in clustered. Moving swiftly among the rocks, coral reefs, and seaweed. Meanwhile, the tiny fish often variegated surrounds travelers even kissed her face that was fun snorkeling.









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