Senggigi ferries connect Lombok with Bali, Indonesia & Gili Islands with crossings available to Sanur & Padang Bai (in Bali), Nusa Lembongan (in Indonesia) & Gili Air, Gili Trawangan & Gili Gede (in Gili Islands). Senggigi Ferry crossings are operated by Scoot Fast Cruises, Mahi Mahi Dewata, Gili Getaway & Golden Queen Fast Boat and depending on time of year you’ll find a choice of up to 9 ferry crossings daily.
There are up to 62 ferry crossings weekly from Senggigi with sailing durations starting from 30 minutes. Our Senggigi ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
Touts will flock around tourists, offering them deals on rental cars, rides on motorbikes and taxis, but they are to be avoided. Bemos are shared pick-up trucks which offer very affordable prices on their set route around the island – they are ideal for getting closer to the desired destination.
Senggigi embodies much of the Indonesian islands; alluring bays and light sand beaches decorate the landscape, tropical mountainside towers over the town and an influx of tourists engulf the main strip. It is that main strip formed by myriad of small clubs, food stands and decadent nightclubs that holds much of the focus – many young people from across the globe adorn Senggigi’s centre until the early hours of the morning. Over the past few years it has transformed into a haven for backpackers on a budget, taking advantage of the cheap accommodation and alcohol.
The infrastructure may have gradually been designed to appeal to travellers, but there is enough to tempt families into staying on Lombok’s west coast for a few days. The beach to the south of the peninsula remains quiet and relaxed even amidst the height of summer, perfect for a refreshing dip in the waters. For the adventurous types, scuba, snorkelling and paddle boarding are available, and for something in between tranquillity and adventure, boat tours offer the chance to swim in the idyllic environment.
Senggigi is situated on the west coast of the island of Lombok, which belongs to Indonesia. The only ferry routes departing the port are to other coastal resorts around Indonesia, including popular locations around the island of Bali such as Padang Bai.
Senggigi Harbor, Jalan Raya Senggigi, Desa Senggigi, Kecamatan Batu Layar, Kabupaten Lombok Barat, Indonesia.
If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Senggigi Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Senggigi Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!