Cleaning and safety practices
The traditional village of Karang Bayan
The water springs of Suranadi
Stop at Sedau to take in the views
Marvel at Benang Kelambu and Benang Stokel waterfalls
A refreshing dip in the clear, clean mountain waters
What's included, what's not
Hotel pick up/drop off Senggigi and Mataram
Professional English speaking Guide
All Entrance Fees
Lunch at a local Restaurant
Service charge (optional)
Any purchases of a personal nature
Know before you book
Not wheelchair accessible
Pick up is approximately 30 minutes prior to the tour commencement time
Transport will be by air-conditioned car or mini-van depending on total number in tour booking
Children 2 and younger are complimentary
Infant seats are available to request but cannot be guaranteed
Should your travel plans change after booking, do not worry. I Asia Indonesia will do all possible to change your booking to fit with your new travel arrangements free of charge
Tour has been specifically designed to provide a more personalised service as maximum number of people in booking is 10
At least 2 adults are required for this activity to take place. Single traveller may book this product, but is subject to availability
What you can expect
Journey inland to a world of untouched villages, sacred springs and tumbling waterfalls far removed from coastal Lombok.
In the morning, leave the hotels and resorts in the Sengiggi and Mataram areas and be driven along a scenic road passing landscaped rice fields. Arrive at the ancestral village of Karang Bayan. Visit some of the long-lived houses and observe the daily life of the villagers. Watch as they weave elephant grass by hand into intricate boxes.
Continue to the water springs of Suranadi located by a protected forest, home to families of grey monkeys. Inside the temple complex are several sacred springs whose water comes from Mount Rinjani. Locals come here to pray and make a wish at the fountains.
Moving on, take in the views by stopping at Sedau then continue driving through remote villages. Keep watch for local villagers collecting dry branches from the surrounding forest.
The next stop is at a series of spectacular waterfalls. Set off on foot along scenic mountain trails to the first waterfall, Benang Kelambu. The name means the curtain of threads as the water resembles a net curtain as it flows down between thick moss and plants. From here walk a little further to Benang Stokel Waterfall, whose name means a roll of threads. The water tumbles for about 20 metres down a steep rock face into a beautiful clear pond. Cool off with a refreshing dip in the clean mountain water.
Cleaning and safety practices
Enhanced cleanliness measures
- High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
- Vehicles and venues cleaned with disinfectants
- Vehicles and venues kept vacant between travellers
- Contactless ticket redemption
- Social distancing measures in place
- Personal protective equipment worn by staff
- Temperature checks given to staff
- Temperature checks available
- Hand sanitiser provided