There is no shortage of options to choose from when it comes to selecting a ferry from Lombok to Indonesia. There are 6 ferry companies with a combined offering of 15 Ferry Routes connecting Teluk Kode to Serangan, Senggigi to Padang Bai, Sanur, Nusa Lembongan (Jungut Batu Beach), Gili Air, Gili Trawangan & Gili Gede, Teluk Nara to Serangan & Padang Bai, Bangsal to Amed, Serangan, Gili Gede & Senggigi, Senggigi to Padang Bai, Sanur, Nusa Lembongan (Jungut Batu Beach), Gili Air, Gili Trawangan & Gili Gede, Bangsal to Amed, Serangan, Gili Gede & Senggigi, Senggigi to Padang Bai, Sanur, Nusa Lembongan (Jungut Batu Beach), Gili Air, Gili Trawangan & Gili Gede & Bangsal to Amed, Serangan, Gili Gede & Senggigi.
The fastest route between Lombok and Indonesia is Senggigi to Gili Air with a crossing duration of around 30 minutes. With so many routes on offer we make it simple by comparing all similar routes in one search so you can quickly find what you are looking for.
Lombok is an Indonesian island situated between Bali to the west and West Nusa Tenggara to the east.
Although often overlooked due to the popular island next door, Lombok’s exquisite beaches, fascinating landmarks, including the country’s second highest mountain, and top quality surf easily rival those found in Bali. Also, with less commercially developed tourist areas, it offers a far more peaceful experience, too.
The Gili Islands lying just off Lombok’s northwest coast are a must visit. They have a uniquely laid-back atmosphere and a vibrant nightlife, with lovely beaches and fantastic snorkelling spots as well.
Travelling by ferry is the most convenient way to explore the islands in the Indonesian archipelago. From Lombok’s west coast, there are numerous routes across the Lombok Strait to Bali.
Indonesia is a country located along the Equator between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. It is the largest archipelago in the world, and the fourth most populous country with the largest Muslim population.
Because of its geographic location, Indonesia has been blessed with the most diverse landscape, from fertile ricelands to the vast rainforests and even snow-capped peaks. Boasting 13,466 tropical islands, Indonesia has some beautiful white sand beaches, many of which still uninhabited.