GILI MENO RATED #1 BEACH IN INDONESIA BY
TRIP ADVISOR

Gili Meno is a secluded natural paradise, hosting an abundance of tropical wonders. BASK is located on an expansive white sand beach, just metres from the water’s edge, providing opportunity for guests to swim and snorkel in clear blue waters that are home to picturesque coral reefs, diverse varieties of marine life and a sanctuary for ancient species of turtles.

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GEOGRAPHY

The Gili Islands are a glistening three island constellation situated between Bali and Lombok, each with a distinct culture and pace of life. Gili Trawangan, the largest, is the commercial centre of the archipelago, providing a regional hub for maritime travel and tourism driven nightlife. Gili Air, the second largest, is renowned for its seasonal surfing, water sports and communal atmosphere, while on Gili Meno, the smallest and least populated of the islands, natural beauty trumps all.

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ABOUT GILI MENO

Regarded for its unspoiled beauty, the lush canopies of Gili Meno surround a natural salt lake and are bordered by white sand beaches and tranquil, crystalline sea. Boasting perfect, year-round swimming temperatures of 26-30 degrees, Gili Meno’s waters are home to protected coral reefs, teeming with colourful maritime life. The island is populated by only 500 permanent inhabitants, who live harmoniously with the islands diverse plethora of native flora and fauna.

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HOW TO GET THERE

Gili Meno can be accessed by a range of options including airplane, fast boat or helicopter. Guests travelling by airplane to Lombok will transfer via luxury car and the BASK speed boat to Gili Meno. Alternatively, guests arriving in Bali have the option of travelling via fast boat direct to Gili Meno or by helicopter to Gili Trawangan. Guests arriving on Trawangan will be transferred to Gili Meno via the BASK speed boat. Direct helicopter transfers are being planned for the future.

TRADE WINDS &
SOUTHERN SWELL

Desert Point located on the southern tip of Lombok, is one of the longest lefthand barrels in the world.