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Tiu Kelep and Sendang Gile Waterfall Trekking Tour

1. Tiu Kelep and Sendang Gile Waterfall Trekking Tour

Following pick-up, admire the large green mountains, beautiful beaches and coconut trees during your 2.5-hour drive. Drive up through the mountains to begin the hike to the first waterfall. This hike is quite brief and is down a beautiful and easy trail that leads to the Sendang Gile Waterfall. Admire its beauty and take photos to capture your memories. After a short break, venture on to the Tiu Kelep Waterfall. This 45-minute journey involves climbing up a flight of stairs, crossing a bridge and following a dirt path through a lush forest and across running streams. Feel safe as your guide helps you throughout the trek until you reach the beautiful Tiu Kelep Waterfall. Here, take a break and go swimming. Trek back to the starting point to be taken to the Senaru Village, a traditional village where mountain tribal life and the civilization of past centuries still exist. After spending some time there, head back to your hotel.

Lombok: Benang Kelambu and Benang Stokel Waterfalls Trek

2. Lombok: Benang Kelambu and Benang Stokel Waterfalls Trek

Enjoy the cooler climate of Mount Rinjani National Park in central Lombok on an easy trek to the amazing waterfalls of Benang Stokel and Benang Kelambu, over 500 meters above sea level. Upon arrival at Benang Stokel, get the chance to go for a refreshing swim in the pool at the base of the cascades. Marvel at the lush vegetation of the tropical forest as you continue your hike. Arrive at Benang Kelambu and discover a stream of water that creates a beautiful curtain-like effect as it flows through the cracks of plants that grow at the top of the cliff and falls from a height of about 35 meters. 

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I went on this trekking tour with my family of five. The waterfalls were very enjoyable. In the first one I stood under it (not under the heaviest part!) and enjoyed a heavy cold shower. In the second one (the main, bigger one), I was amazed to find a perfect circular rainbow in the spray underneath it, a few metres wide. In terms of the organisation, there were some problems. After we'd been waiting to be picked up for 20 minutes, I called the local partner and was told they had no knowledge of my booking. I called GyG and it was sorted out, but it meant that we left an hour and a half late. Our driver was helpful and friendly, and the guide who took us on the waterfall tour was also helpful and friendly. But to be honest the cost of a local guide plus a driver would have been a lot cheaper than the total price for this trek, if we'd just booked them locally. We didn't have time for the village part of the tour, but that was fine.

Correct but expensive

When making the reservation they sent me an email explaining that I could not go to the second waterfall because of last year's terremoro, but as an alternative we would go to a traditional Sasak village. When I came to look for myself, I was the only one to do the tour. I wasn't aware that it was a private tour (I didn't see it anywhere), unless nobody else wanted to do the tour that day. Upon arriving at the waterfalls we saw that the second one could be accessed and we went without discarding the town. We did everything and it is appreciated. I also asked if we could for a moment in the port of Bangsal and stopped without any problems. Despite that, it is not an 8h excursion and it seems a bit expensive for what it is.

Driver was good and fast in his driving. The guide was patient with us and helped us along the way. Definitely worth going but bring your poncho and slippers. No one told us about crossing over the river but it all worked well paying $1.50 SGD for a pair of flip flops near by before entering.

We had a great experience of this tour and came back delighted. We enjoyed both the taxi driver and the guide who shared their experiences and made us visit their island with anecdotes. Do not forget his swimsuit because unforgettable experience than to bathe at the foot of the waterfalls.

We departed from the Sheraton in Senggigi, the drive was about 2.5hrs. Both waterfalls were beautiful and the walks easy