- 1 How do you get to Gili Islands from Bali?
- 2 Where are the Gili Islands located?
- 3 How do you get to Gili Islands?
- 4 Can you do a day trip to Gili Islands from Bali?
- 5 How much does it cost to get from Bali to Gili Islands?
- 6 Which Gili island should I visit?
- 7 What is Gili island famous for?
- 8 Is Gili Trawangan a party island?
- 9 Are Gili Islands safe?
- 10 Can you fly from Bali to Gili Islands?
- 11 Can you fly to the Gili Islands?
- 12 Are the Gili Islands expensive?
- 13 How much does it cost to go to the Gili Islands?
- 14 Are the Gili Islands worth it?
How do you get to Gili Islands from Bali?
Flight from Bali to Lombok + Boat:
- Route: Your accommodation in Canggu/Ubud → Drive to Denpasar Ngurah Rai Airport (1.5+ hours) → Flight to Lombok (30 minutes) → Drive from airport to Bangsal Port (2+ hours) → Boat to Gili Trawangan (30+ minutes)
- Travel Time: 7+ hours including waiting time.
Where are the Gili Islands located?
The distance between Bali and Gili Islands is 118 km.
How do you get to Gili Islands?
The easiest way to get to the Gilis from Lombok’s airport or Senggigi is to walk to the nearest travel agent, taxi desk or tour and book a package. The cheapest way is to take a bemo/taxi to Pemenang, walk or cidomo (Rp 5,000) to Bangsal, and then take the Public boat (ferry) (Rp 10,000 to Gili Air) from there.
Can you do a day trip to Gili Islands from Bali?
No the Gilis are not a day trip at all. They are not even off the coast of Bali, they are off the coast of Lombok, the next island over. Boat companies say it takes an hour to get there.
How much does it cost to get from Bali to Gili Islands?
Bali to The Gili Islands Price On average, prices range from as low as $25 USD for low budget ferry operators and up to $45 USD for high class ferry operators for one way trips.
Which Gili island should I visit?
Gili Air is the best Gili Island for honeymoons, family trips, and travelers who want to escape the madness of Gili Trawangan but need more action than in Gili Meno. On this island, you’ll find more restaurants than in Meno and even some cocktail bars.
What is Gili island famous for?
The Gili Islands are famous for its fantastic visibility, gorgeous coral reefs, and diverse marine wildlife! You can literally go swimming right off the beaches of Gili Trawangan, and you’re almost guaranteed to spot a few turtles!
Is Gili Trawangan a party island?
Backpackers have been flocking to Gili T for years, as it’s been known as a party island where you can find pretty much any vice your heart desires.
Are Gili Islands safe?
None of us have ever felt unsafe on the Gili islands. The Gilis are absolutely safe for solo female travellers! An important fact to note is that the three Gili islands are INCREDIBLY small. Even the biggest of the three, Gili Trawangan, houses only 1500 people.
Can you fly from Bali to Gili Islands?
You can also fly from Bali to Lombok to reach the Gili Islands. I would only recommend this if you are exploring Lombok too (which we recommend as it’s a beautiful island) or if it’s a time of year where the sea conditions are poor.
Can you fly to the Gili Islands?
No, you can not fly to the Gili Islands from Bali as there is no airport on any of the Gili Islands. The islands are basically too small to fit an airstrip, let alone an airport on. The closest airport to the Gili Islands is Lombok International Airport (LOP).
Are the Gili Islands expensive?
The Gili Islands are a lot cheaper than other parts of Indonesia. If you’re looking to save money while traveling in the Gili Islands, here are some tips and tricks that will help you lower your costs: Rent a bike – Rent a bike for as little as 40,000 IDR ($2.70 USD) per day. It’s is a great way to get around.
How much does it cost to go to the Gili Islands?
A vacation to Gili Trawangan for one week usually costs around Rp3,242,287 for one person. So, a trip to Gili Trawangan for two people costs around Rp6,484,574 for one week. A trip for two weeks for two people costs Rp12,969,148 in Gili Trawangan.
Are the Gili Islands worth it?
The Gilis are very nice and definitely worth a visit if you have time. The beaches and waters there are nicer than Bali.