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Gunung Rinjani National Park
Gunung Rinjani National Park lies within the major transition zone (Wallacea) where the flora and fauna of South East Asia makes a dramatic transition into that which is typical of Australasia. The Park has a rich variety of plants and animals, although they can be hard to spot due to the terrain and rainforest cover.
Sometimes seen early in the mornings is the rare black Ebony leaf monkey, known locally as Lutung.

The Long tailed grey macaque or Kera is common in Lombok and older males are seen on the crater rim.

Rusa deer are forest dwellers and are occasionally seen along the Rinjani trek trail.

The smaller Barking deer or Kijang has an alarm call with a distinct dog-like bark. Look for the disturbed ground where the Wild pig or Babi hutan has been foraging. Also found in the forest is the Leopard cat or Bodok alas, Palm civet or Ujat and Porcupine or Landak.

A variety of colourful birds live in the forests of the Park. Perhaps the best-known icon of the Park is the Sulphur Crested Cockatoo that is not found any further west of Lombok.

Many of the forest-dwelling animals, insects, birds, civets and monkeys owe their survival to the wild fig tree or Beringin as a provider of food and shelter.

The pine-like Casuarina species, Cemara, are a feature of the grassy higher slopes.

Orchids or Anggrek are also a feature of the grassland areas, as is Edelweiss or Bunga Abadi growing above the tree line; it is a beautiful icon of the Park and one of our best-known sub-alpine plants.
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Gili Nangu Lombok
Gili Nanggu, situated just off west Lombok, is a small island of 12.5 hectares. Yet the island feels a lot bigger than this, with its undisturbed corners of natural beauty and numerous swimming spots.

The underwater world is also stunning with lots of brightly colored fish swimming close to the beach in the warm tropical water.

Traveling to the island is relatively easy — it’s a 45-minute boat ride from Lembar Harbor in Lombok, or a 15-minute boat ride from Taun Harbor, also in Lombok.

Those who are interested in maritime recreation, snorkeling, sunbathing at the beach, or relaxing at a place of natural beauty choose Gili Nanggu.

The island of 12,5 Ha area in Western Lombok is managed with Forest/Virgin Island concepts of unexploited nature. The serenity and beauty of this island makes Gili Nanggu a routine destination for many foreign tourists. They call Gili Nanggu: “The Paradise Island”

Water Fall Sendang gile
Sendang Gila waterfall (Sendang Gile), which attracts many thousands of Indonesian and foreign visitors annually, is Mount Rinjani national park’s best known attraction. Located at about 600m above sea level, the waterfall is an easy 20 minute walk down a graded trail and steps from Senaru Village, which is the main access to Mt. Rinjani National Park. A pleasant alternative return route winds along the edge of the steep valley, following the irrigation canal. For the more adventurous, the “second waterfall” Tiu Kelep, is another hour’s walk upriver from Sendang Gila. The scramble over rocks through the tropical forest is rewarded by the beauty of the waterfall and a swim in its deep pool. It is said locally that every time you swim behind the main waterfall of Tiu Kelep you become a year younger! With access from the main road, the “third waterfall” Betara Lenjang is a true rainforest adventure strictly for rock climbers with local guide and equipment.

Sendang Gile waterfall located at Nort of Lombok. It take about 2 hours from Mataram. Sendang Gila waterfall is a waterfall on the northern slope of Rinjani, near the village of Senaru , beautiful and stunning with the natural surrounding. The local believe the water from the waterfall has curative qualities. While it may be unclear just what kind of illness this water, can cure, the site, which sits hundreds meters above sea level offer more than just recreation The air is clean and cool, and far from the hustle and bustle and pollution. This trip will give you the chance to stop at places such as Lendang Bajur local market, Pusuk Monkey forest, Malimbu hill for photo taking. Lunch is served in box lunch or at local restaurant.

Benang Stokel Water Fall
Benang Stokel in the village of Aik Berik in Central Lombok is about 27km east of Mataram, a little less than an hour’s drive. Locally Benang Stokel is well-known for its 2 waterfalls, the Benang Kelambu waterfall and the likewise named Benang Stokel waterfall from which the trekking up to Rinjani starts.

The waterfall and starting point for this track can be reached in about 30 minutes by jeep. Trekking through dense forest, the ascent up to the crater rim takes around 6 hours. From here, the descent to the crater lake is about 3 hours. This track offers lots of variety, with the famed Tiara Dewi Anjani waterfall as one of its highlights, and with some luck one might encounter a herd of deer.

On this waterfall we can go to Benang Kelambu Water Fall it’s about 2 km tracking to the west in About 1 hours tracking to it.

Ekas Beach Lombok
Ekas Beach Lombok located at South East Lombok. Its about 2 hours from Selong the capital city of Lombok Timur (East Lombok). At Ekas Beach Lombok we can find traditional and unique boat which fisherman used to find and catch some fish.White sand beach, cleany water, great place to take some rest and refreshing our mind.

Something good news is, Ekas is far from city. So we can’t hear any noise that distrube our ear. Some bad news is no electricity. Yeah this beach located 2 hours from Kuta. So it’s kind of advantage to stay at Ekas Beach Lombok. We can find friendly people at Ekas Beach Lombok. If you ask something maybe they will intruduce you with what you ask for. But it’s the best way if upu have any guide to guiding you to Ekas Beach Lombok.

Batu Bolong
Batu Bolong is located a little north along the coast, south of the beach of Senggigi. The temple is built on a rock which is almost into the sea. When the weather is clear you can see Gunung Agung when the sun sets. The temple got its name from a rock with a hole which is nearby: batu its mean rock, and bolong its mean hol
Senggigi is the most developed area for tourists on Lombok. You can find a variety of restaurants, bars, discotheques, travel agents, photo processors, money changers, souvenir shop and a range of accommodations starting from budget losmens to 5 star hotels. The town of Senggigi spreads out along nearly 10 kilometers of coastal road. This road continues north to Bangsal, the port for the Gili island.

Along the way be in store for winding turns, steep hills, and a fantastic scenery of the coast. Say hello to the friendly kids playing in the villages along the way. Restaurants and small cafes line the colorful main beach road. Swimming off the beach is safe. Most visitors to Lombok usually start their stay at Senggigi, Lombok's oldest and most famous resort area.

The Gili's : Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air
The three Gilis - Trawangan, Meno and Air are just off the west coast of Lombok, the beautiful little sandy islands that have become a favorite destination for sun-bathing, Frisbee tossing and other low impact seashore sports. Gili Trawangan is the largest and furthest west, at 3.5 square Kilometers and the population of 700 local peoples. Gili Trawangan is the popular gili for the diver as many diving site here. Gili Meno is the middle island, the home about 350 people. Gili Meno is the smallest of the three gilis and it is the quietest. Gili Meno is the best place for honeymoon trip. On the island of Gili Meno, a new tourist attraction was opened this year located near the Bounty Beach club Gili Meno, Hundred of various tropical birds from many different rainforest of Indonesia. Humidity of Gili meno is higher than another two Gilis (Trawangan and Air). Sun protection is highly recommended and mosquito repellent. Gili Air is the nearest Gili from Lombok island. Gili Air is also the most populated and more green than other two gilis. Gili Air inhabited by Sasak ethnic and some sailors from Southest Sulawesi consisting of three main ethnicities : Mandar, Bugis and Makassar. It is the only island where you can find their unique culture that is different from Lombok and wonderful beaches.

Segara Temple
Pura Segara is located north of Ampenan on the beach. Turn left on the main road Ampenan Senggigi besides Sudirman's antique shop. Pura Segara is a typical Balinese temple, but the biggest attraction is the background: numerous fishermen’s boats some of them with unfolded sails like birds dry their wings. On the beach are food stalls.


Ampenan, Mataram and Cakra Negara
The center of population of Lombok is a city area in the west of the island, consisting of three neighboring cities: the old seaport Ampenan transforms into the governmental center of Mataram, which transforms into the trade city of Cakranegara. Just east of Cakranegara id Sweta, with the biggest market of Lombok and the bus station of the island. The total population of the three cities is more than a quarter of a million and is about 10 per cent of the total population of Lombok.
Mataram is the capital of the province Nusa Tenggara Barat (Lombok and Sumbawa are part of it) and also the capital of the district of West-Lombok. The other district capitals, Praya in Central-Lombok and Selong in East-Lombok, are small and provincial compared to Mataram.
A wide, eight km long road with one way traffic through the three cities creates an easy flow of traffic, also because the cidomo are forbidden in the city area. This road starts are Jalan Langko in Ampenan, and ends as Jalan Selaparang in Cakranegara. Near Cakranegara is becomes the main road which crosses the island, and just past Labuhan Lombok it ends near the small harbor for boats to Sumbawa near Kayangan, 77 km from Mataram.
Each of the tree cities has its own character. Ampenan, with its maze of small streets, old buildings, Chinese and Arabic quarters and the sluggish harbour has most character and is most lively as well. Mataram, the governmental ity, is branded by modern governmental buildings and has little to offer for the tourist. Cakranegara offers lots of art stored, weaveries and interesting things to see from the time of the Balinese rule.

Mataram City
Mataram is the capital of the province which has in the past decades joined with Ampenan, the port, and Cakranegara to become the province's biggest urban complex. At around the beginning of the 18th century, Mataram was the residence of the crown prince of Karang Asem, a kingdom in southern Bali.Meru temple

The ruler himself had his seat in Cakranegara.The royal palace no longer exists, but many of the old temples and pleasure gardens are still there. Lombok's biggest Balinese temple is the Pura Meru in Cakranegara.

Dedicated to the Hindu trinity, Brahma and Vishnu, it was built in 1720 by Anak Agung Made Karang, which has three courtyards. Three pagoda like places of worship stand in a line from north to south in the innermost courtyard. The one on the north is dedicated to Vishnu and has a roof with nine tiers. The central is dedicated to Shiva with 11 tiers on its roof and the southernmost one is for Brahma with a roof of seven tiers. Nearby is Taman Mayura. once part of the royal palace, it has an artificial lake set in the middle of a park. A raised path leads from the side of the pond to a pavilion built in the middle of the lake. In former, days, justice was meted out and religious rituals were performed in this open-sided pavilion.

Narmada Park
Taman Narmada, 11 kilometers east of Mataram, was built in 1727 by King Anak Agung Gede Ngurah Karang Asem as both a pleasure garden and place to worship Shiva. Its big pool is said to represent Segara Anakan, the Crater Lake on the volcano Rinjani where they used to make offerings by throwing valuables into the water. As the became too old to make the pilgrimage up the 3,726 meter high mountain, he had Narmada made to represent the mountains and the lake. Near the pond is A place of worship and a spring whose water is believed to give dedicated pilgrims eternal youth.

Pura Lingsar / Lingsar Temple
This may be the only Hindu shrine in the world where both Hindus and Moslem come to worship

About 7 kilometers west of Narmada, it was built in 1714 and rebuilt in 1878 to symbolize harmony and unity between the Hindu Balinese and Moslem Sasak population of the area, especially those who adhere to Lombok's unique Wektu Telu school of Islam.
The Balinese temple is built on higher ground, behind the Moslem section in the compound. In the lower yard is a spring in which pilgrims in the temple yard stage a mock battle between Hindus and Moslems in which troth parties hurl rice cakes at each other.

Gunung Pengsong
Gunung Pengsong, about six km south of Mataram offers one of the most spectacular views on entire Lombok on clear days: in the morning Gunung Rinjani looks very nice, and in the late afternoon you can also see Gunung Agung on Bali from here.
The entire day you have a very nice view over the rice fields. On the top of a steep hill is a small temple, which can be reached over several stairs. Visitors are guided by monkeys, which are hoping for something nice. One of the altars contains a big egg-shaped stone.
In March or April there is a very important harvest festival. People say that during this ritual, a water buffalo is brought to the top to act as main sacrifice. The most important ceremony, Anggara Keliwon Prang Bakat, takes place every second cycle of the pawukon, the 210 day Balinese ceremonial calendar.

Mayura Water Palace
The Mayura Water palace is located in the center of Cakranegara. As the name suspects, it's a palace, built in 1744 for the Balinese royal court, and placed around a big square bassin. Mayura was the location of an important battle between the Dutch and Balinese, which were supported by the Sasak. After the Dutch invasion of Lombok in 1894, the Dutch army had made a camp near Mayura, which proved to be a strategic disaster. The Balinese - which had guns - went to the fence and shot the defenders one by one. Several cannons - besides Balinese statues - are witnesses of the end. In the middle of the basin is a big and open pavilion, which can be reached over a raised path. The court of law with meeting room is a quiet place besides the crowded main street of Cakranegara. The youth from the city goes here for a swim and some fishing.
One of the shrines east of the basin overlooks the water and is surrounded by West Indian jasmine and colorful croutons. The full moon of Prunama Keempat, the fourth month of the Balinese calendar, is the date of the most important ceremony of Mayura. When you want to visit the shrines, you need to wear a sarung.

Meru Temple
Pura Meru ( Meru Temple ), the biggest Balinese temple on Lombok, lies across the Mayura across the main road. The complex, built in 1720 under the order of Anak Agung Made Karang of Sungosari, has three inner squares and over thirty shrines. The tree main meru-shrines - dedicated to Siwa, Wisnu and Brahma - are slender and have eleven, nine and seven roofs. The temple is the location for one of the biggest Balinese rituals.

Sukarara Village
The tourist route first takes you towards the southeast to Praya (markets are held on Saturdays). Just before this district capital a right turn brings you to the weaving village of Sukarara. Along the main road are five weaving factories. These centrums consist of traditional wooden floss, protected by a roof. Each center has a shop which sells the local fabrics, without being pressured by smart tricks. Negotiating is normal.

Rambitan / Sade Village
More south you will arrive in the village old Sade, after you have passed the little town of Sengkol. There are many traditional houses and rice sheds here. The building permit doesn't allow the construction of modern houses with red paned roofs here. Small boys, which sometimes speak some English, guide the tourist through the village and explain everything of which they think it's interesting. The government constructed a concrete path through the village in the late 1980's, probably because too many tourists fell here.
Along the path you can now buy ikat-fabrics. The ladies who are selling, have much experience and will trick you if you don't see through it. The traditional houses have a platform inside which is built one meter above the ground, and is made of a mixture of clay, droppings and straw, which is polished into a shining floor. The roof is made from natural products, the walls are made from bamboo or palm leafs. Sade, a village with just more than 150 farmers families, has a big number of had-shaped rice sheds on pillars (lumbung), which have become the symbol of Lombok.

Kuta Beach Lombok
From Sade it's just a small jump to the southern coast near the village of Kuta (markets on Sundays). The area is used for the construction of hotels, but still is a reasonably quiet place. You can also find losmen there, as well as restaurants. The nature along the eight-kilometer coastal road from Kuta to Tanjung Aan and Grupuk, which runs close to the beach of the bay, is just splendid.
The beach of Kuta is home to one of the most remarkable annual rituals of Lombok, the Bau Nyale. Every year, five to seven days after the second full moon (usually in February, sometimes in March) a sea worm living under the limestone rocks, starts it's reproduction cycle by sending eggs and seamen to the surface of the sea. This same event also takes place elsewhere in Indonesia, for example on Sumba, where it is the start of the Pasola ritual.
The population of Lombok believes - just like the Sumbanese - that the number of these nyale, as well as several aspects of their behaviour, has a direct influence on the coming harvests of rice. There is a legend about a beautiful princess which was desperate because of the many fighting candidates for marriage and threw herself into the sea. From her hair, the nyale were born. A legend of the same kind is used on Sumba.
Just before the appearance of the nyale, thousands of people spend their nights on the beach of Kuta. When the worms are seen, the ritual is opened by the mangku, the leader of the traditions. The fertility aspect of the ritual is shaped into a form which unique to Lombok, a conservative community in which young men of marry able age have little possibilities of contact. During the nyale-festivities, parents are less strict for their daughters, and young people can have contact with each other without control, but only in groups. Courtesy is only allowed in public; not everything is possible.
Young men and women, dressed to their best, form separate groups and walk around to see what is available. Flirting is done by poetic songs and subtitle word games; the opposite of macho behaviors. There is a good, happy atmosphere.
As sunrise the youngsters get to sea in boats to collect the worms. Later on these animals are consumed in different ways: raw, mixed with coconut, grilled, salted and fermented partially. They are also kept in bamboo it is said that eating nyale-worms stimulates sexual behaviors.
The government, which is looking for ways to make the ritual more attractive for tourists. For years, actors were hired to act as the princess from the legend. This is kind of useless, since the tradition is attractive enough. The 'play' belongs to the tourist hotels, but not on the beach of Kuta during the local rituals.

Tanjung A'an Bay
From Kuta, the coastal road goes towards the east to Tanjung Aan, a bay which is a kilometer wide. Big waves break on several rocky islands in the mouth of the bay. The wide sand beach catches the blue-green seawater, where seaweed is grown on bamboo rafts. There is a hotel, which was closed even before it was opened, probably because it was built too close to the water.
After Tanjung Aan, the road continues for a couple of kilometers to the village of Grupuk, where the recent introduction of seaweed cultures, for agar-agar, has brought in the much

needed rupiah. Close to here, it seems to be a very good surfing spot; it is named 'Desert Point' by the Australians.
Just before Tanjung Aan a 13 km long unpaved road leads to the village of Awang, located along the shore of a big bay where the settlements are still very traditional. Only a few people take this road. From a hill just before Awang you have a good view over the bay.


Maun Beach Lombok
Approximately 7 km to the west of Kuta Beach, Lombok (not Kuta in Bali), there is one beautiful little bay called Mawun Beach. A beach with calm waves and still quiet, mawun beach at wedge by two hills and has clear and calm water with occasional small ripples of waves came. You can relax under the big trees in the shady side beach with views that are truly extraordinary. For you who want to sunbathe, beach Mawun well suited because it’s not too crowded, swimming or just relaxing with a float in the water also would be nice.

The beach is very quiet and almost no waves, so very comfortable for swimming.

Mawun beach shaped like a bow with a deep arch. The hills around the beach always change the colors as the seasons. In the rainy season, the hills will be dominated by green vegetation that thrives, while in the dry season will look brownish. These colors blend with blue and white Ocean waves breaking in the distance when hit the reef.

In the middle of the bay, you will find the sand with small grain size. But more to the south, you will find the sand grain size becomes larger. In the southern part of this bay, lots of black rocks spread out, blended with white sand beaches.

For tourists who are interested in adventure, there is high hill have been waiting for a steep climb. At the top of the hill, stunning scenery from the shore line the winding, hilly and extent of the sea are waiting for anyone who is tempted to enjoy them.

Batu Nampar
From Kuta you can go to Batu Nampar via Sengkol, Mujur and Ganti. Shortly after the turn of Ganti to Batu Nampar you will find the big village of Batu Rintang. Here are only traditional houses and rice sheds. Only few tourists come here; the residents are very interested in the habits of foreigners.
The village across the road has the little friendly name Mata Maling, 'thief’s eye'. In several parts of Central- and South-Lombok thieves are admired as long as they steal from other villages (often cattle) and share the profit. Stealing dates back from the time that there often was hunger. Smart cattle thieves were proud of their title 'master thief'.
Outside Batu Nampar are big salt planes and in the bay are the familiar seaweed platforms. Buginese and Mandarese migrants, who rather use the pillar-houses from their homeland, are more usual than the traditional Sasak housing. Some of these houses have beautiful colored, geometrical motives on the walls. In Batu Nampar you can rend a boat to the other side of the bay, to the village of Ekas. The trip takes about one hour.

Tanjung Luar : Buginesse Settlement
From Batu Nampar the journey continues to the north and near Ganti to the east, to two coastal settlements: Ekas and Tanjung Luar. To reach Ekas, you turn south, pass Jerowaru (markets on Thursdays) and follow a good, unpaved road until the village at the eastern shore of the Awang bay. The road runs through a nice landscape along salt panes and low coastal hills. You can probably find a motorized canoe in Ekas for the way back to Batu Nampar of Awang. To reach Tanjung Luar you have to go to the east from Ganti, through Keruak and further to the coast.
Tanjung Luar is inhabited by Buginese migrants groom South-Sulawesi. Most residents are fishermen; they mainly catch squid, especially in the period October to April. On the long, curvy black sand beach are hundreds of small boats, and rights of the pier are several bigger boats.
At low tide the village people go on the flat reef to look for shells, but who wants to see that has to accept the loud screams: Turis! Turis!. Also be carefull at the beach, it is often used as public toilet as well.
In Tanjung Luar you can rent boats for a daytrip to Tanjung Ringgit on the southeastern most tip of the peninsula. There is not much else to see northeast of Tanjung Luar. On the way back you should stop near Keruak, to see the traditional canoe building. Craftsmen work along the southern side of the road, just before the crossing in the center of the town

Beleke : Art and Tobacco
From Batu Nampar you can also return to the east-west main road via the art-village Beleka (market on Wednesday). In the center of Gadin Mas, ratten and bamboo baskets are made, objects with pottery with decorations and shells. You can buy lots of things. A big part of the production is shipped to Bali, where people pay much more.
The arid soil around Beleka is brand for South- and Eastern-Lombok. Tobacco is the most important crop, which needs little water. There are several dams which don't seem to have more to do than offering people a place for bathing and washing. Late in the afternoon the road is not very fast, because water buffalo's are taken home. After Besun (market on Thursdays) you will arrive in Kopang. Both villages, as well as Ganti in the south, are good starting points for a visit to East-Lombok.

Tete Batu, Rice Field Terrace
The main road from Mataram to Labuhan Lombok passes the border with the district East-Lombok shortly after Kopang. Just past the city of Sikut (markets on Fridays) a paved road runs to the north, to Kotaraja. This area is mainly known for its many decorated cidomo, handicrafts, black works and black factories. Kotaraja has a market on Mondays and Wednesdays.
The environment of Kotaraja is conservative. The children are on Islamic schools and most men wear sarung. Boys wear sarung and the black peci; girls wear long skirts and the kerudung, a cloth which covers the head and upper part of the body and only leaves open the face.
Traditional ironworkers in Kotaraja make a diversity of agricultural tools. The nearby village of Loyok is specialized in art products which are made from bamboo and palm leaves.
In the neighborhood you can find a 'monkey forest', just pas the settlement or Orang Gerisak. A shor trip brings you to the small Joben fall. A big 50-meter-high fall Jeruk Manis or Air Temer, is 12 km ahead.

Labuhan Haji
The small city is home to many Buginese; their colorful canoes color up the black beach, where there is a natural barrier 100 meters off the beach. Until 1965, the town knew a booming Chinese community, but during the bloodbath that followed on the failed coup, about 40 Chinese were killed and their houses were burned. Survivors fled to West-Lombok. The Chinese exodus meant the end of Labuhan Haji as trade seaport.
The arid rural area west of Selong has several Islamic graveyards, marked by the characteristic, West Indian jasmine trees. The area produces long, hot red chili's (Lomboks) and sweet potatoes, which are grown on raised rectangular fields. The edible leaves are mixed into gado-gado.

About two kilometers east of Masbagik is a pottery-center, founded by the New Zealand government. More to the east is the village of Lenek, which has a very good music- and dance ensemble. The company performs on local events. The group can perform if you want, but they need to know several days in advance, and you have to pay them off course. You can contact the group leader.
This old man is said to have had more women than he can remember. He fell in love with his own granddaughter, but was completely healed when she told who she really was. His daughters and granddaughters are of the most beautiful of Lombok.
Pak Rahil, an expert in the history of Lombok like its written inn the lontars, is seen as the most powerful mystical person of Lombok. This is even recognized by the Wetu Telu supporters, which are not the least on this subject themselves. He is the chairman of the local Kebatinan-movement, a kind of mystical sect which originates from Jawa.

Aikmel (markets on Wednesdays) is located northeast of Masbagik along the main road to Labuhan Lombok. The rice terraces form a picturesque image with in the background Gunung Rinjani. From Aikmel a road runs towards the north to Pesugulan, where you can find the starting point of a 16 km foot trip to Sembalun Bumbung through a beautiful landscape. Before you see the Runjani, you will first enjoy the hilly meadows. Past Aikmel the main road continues through a beautiful tunnel of big trees and high bamboo. Past Pringgabaya the landscape changes: wet rice fields are replaced by dry, abandonee’s plains with only a few trees and steep mountains on the background.

Labuhan Lombok Harbour
From Mataram you can reach Labuhan Lombok in about 1, 5 hours (74 km). The city is built around the start of a two km road which connects the market with the pier of the ferry Sumbawa - Lombok. The road which runs from Labuhan Lombok to the north follows the coast through a dry and rough landscape, with every once in a while an oasis. On the dry places are some kapok-trees, of which the fruits. They are used to fill mattresses and pillows. From Labuhan Pandan, where the road turns to the left, a short path leads to the sea. Fishing boats float in a carpet of green leaves which covers the hot, black sand. You can rent a canoe for a nice price for a visit to the islands off the coast. The islands have white beaches. You have to bring your own drinking water.




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