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Parcs et nature à West Nusa Tenggara

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Campground
Parc
“Baby turtles!! Gili T conservation and rescue of turtle eggs, u can adopt a turtle and help release it on the beach :) ”
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Parc
“About 30 min. drive north off Villa Asti. Watch the monkeys play on the side of the road as you enter the forest.”
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Plages

Beach
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Beach
“Selong Belanak Beach is a line of beaches lined up very beautifully adjacent to the other beaches, lined up from the east from Kuta beach to the west in a row namely Areguling Beach, Mawun beach, Tepar beach, Semeti beach, Mawi Beach then Selong Belanak beach, a very beautiful bay decorated with cliffs and green hills along the eyes. Selong Belanak is decorated with a number of green hilly islands in the middle of far from the beach which adorn this location. Previously the Selong Belanak beach was only popular for surfers due to its high waves and long scrolls. Today the beach of Selong Belanak has since changed. It's more crowded and better maintained. There are also several private resorts owned by expats built along its coastline as well as up top the surrounding hills. Distance from Villa Alasa: 23.6 kms (36 mins by scooter) Admission: free Best time to visit: morning to afternoon Public Facilities: parking lot, public toilet, loungers for rent, surf schools.”
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Beach
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Beach
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Beach
“ Berlokasi di bibir pantai yang sangat Indah dengan pemandangan gunung rinjani, pemandangan sunrise, pemandangan kota tempat yang rileks”
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Sentiers de randonnée

Autre - Plein air
“Conquer Lomboks Vulcano, the Rinjani. We can organise you a 2 or 3 day Trip to the Majestic Vulcano. ”
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Trail
“Tucked away in the village of Senaru in the island's northern Lombok Utara regency are two of Lombok's finest and most popular cascades, Sendang Gile and Tiu Kelep, located at the foot of the majestic Mount Rinjani. The village is located about a 2 ½-hour drive from Mataram, the capital of West Nusa Tenggara province. According to local people, the name Tiu Kelep is taken from the Sasak language. “Tiu” meaning pool, and “Kelep” means flying. Meanwhile, Sendang Gile’s name is taken from a legend which tells the story of a prince who was chased by a crazy lion. He ran into the woods and hid behind a waterfall, hence the name Sendang Gile. It only takes 15 minutes on foot from the entrance to view the marvelous Sendang Gile waterfall, which is a continuation of the Tiu Kelep waterfall. The clear path to the waterfall passes through a lush protected rain forest filled with towering tropical trees. Once you get there, you can enjoy the sight of the water crushing the rocks or swim in its cool crisp pool. If you crave a more adventurous trek in the woods that will lead to a more satisfying endgame, then venture further to Tiu Kelep waterfall. The journey to the second waterfall in the area takes around 45 minutes trekking through a lush forest. The bridge used to cross the river could also seem quite intimidating for those who are scared of heights. But the trip would be totally worth it as you come upon the majestic rush of water rushing around 45 meters down the cliff before crashing against the rocks on the bottom.”
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