Lombok promises many things, and at the top of the list is adventure. Pristine white sand beaches through to rugged cliffs and towering volcanoes make
Lombok is a truly unique destination and is known for its pelagics, most famously the great and scalloped hammerheads and schooling mobula rays. That’s not all you can find there though - expect to see trevally, tuna, barracuda, reef sharks, marble rays, eagle rays and sea snakes.
Turtles, schools of mackerel and a wealth of critters including numerous nudibranch species, frogfish, scorpionfish, octopus and cuttlefish are all waiting for you.
Diving season starts in March and extends into November. Water temperature is usually warm, ranging from 79-86°F (26-30°C).
Fly to Lombok from Bali on local airlines or directly from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore via airlines like AirAsia, Silk Air or Garuda Indonesia. It is also possible to get to Lombok via ferry or boats which leave from Padang Bai on Bali.