Farthest from the mainland, and the biggest of the group of islands, Gili Trawangan allures the highest quantity of tourists. Quite a lot of these show up for the psychedelic fungi by which this island is notoriously known, and of course with those tourist the island has also received the most development.
The southeast corner of the island is completely covered with guesthouses, places to eat and scuba diving establishments, even though it continues to be understated and stress-free away from peak season. Read more +
To get around the island the local transport is simply by cidomo (horse and cart), alternatively you can hire bicycles which are a really common means of transport. Experience one of the most beautiful sunsets on top of the hundred metre hill, which looks out on to Bali’s volcanoes. Enjoy the view with the sun sinking below the horizon and the sky blazing with its oranges and reds as a back drop to the volcanoes. To get to the hill follow any of the tracks from the southern end of the island, just make sure you head back before night completely falls as riding through the sands can be fraught with unexpected dangers.