Island Hopping Tour from Lombok: Gili Kondo, Petagan, Bidara & Kapal – Full Day


Island Hopping Tour from Lombok: Gili Kondo, Petagan, Bidara & Kapal – Full Day



  • Spend the day in the sun, sea, and sand on this island-hopping adventure
  • Dive into the azure waters of Gili Kondo
  • Snorkel in Gili Petagan and Gili Bidara and spot some marine life
  • Marvel at the intricate ecosystem of a lush mangrove forest
  • Soak up the panoramic views and serene atmosphere of Gili Kapal
  • Enjoy the intimacy of a private tour


Ready for a day of sun, sea, and sand? Join this full-day island hopping tour and explore four beautiful islands and a mangrove forest. We’ll take care of everything so all you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy the day!

We’ll start the day early with a pick-up from your accommodations in Lombok. Buckle up in our comfy, air-conditioned vehicle as we begin the three-hour road trip to the pier where we’ll board a private boat and make our way to the first island.

Gili Kondo is a hidden gem known for its secluded beaches and tranquil atmosphere. Dive into the azure waters, snorkel amidst the coral reefs, or relax on the soft sands and soak up the sun’s warm rays.


“White sandy beach and you do not need any equipment to just enjoy looking at the colorful fish nearby. But for people who enjoy snorkeling, it is a paradise. Great fun for a day out.” – Art, Indonesia

Next, we’ll visit Gili Petagan and Gili Bidara, two enchanting islands nestled in Eastern Lombok’s pristine waters. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of these untouched landscapes and snorkel around to spot some marine life.


Indulge in a delicious lunch, savoring local flavors before journeying through a lush mangrove forest. Marvel at the intricate ecosystem before making our way to the last stop of the day, Gili Kapal. This picturesque island is renowned for its stunning panoramic views and serene vibe. Take a stroll along the shoreline before heading back to Lombok.


“Snorkelling was some of the best I've had around Lombok and much on par with other Gilis. Local cuisine was also a highlight.” – Franz, Australia