The island of Lombok has no shortage of attractions both in and out of the water. The second highest volcano in Indonesia, Mt Rinjani, proudly stands above Lombok. How about challenging yourself with a trek up its steep volcanic peak? Or you can hire a bike and cycle through Lombok’s lush evergreen rice paddies. Then visit a traditional village of Senaru in North Lombok. Or you can adventure through the tropical forest to find Sindang Gila, a roaring 40-meter tiered waterfall. Then watch in the early evening light as farmers let their cattle graze alongside the road. You can wade through the shallow tide pools and wait as streaks of pink and orange illuminate the sky. Or you can horseback ride on the beach at sunset. And then a quick boat ride across the channel, there is the tiny Gili Islands which quaint enough and give you that remote, dreamy island feel. No matter how you choose to spend your time in Lombok, you will not be disappointed with the spectacular natural beauty on offer here.