Info : Jeeva Beloam
Located on one of the most remote beaches in Lombok, this fantastic eco-resort is well and truly off the beaten path.
Jeeva Beloam is surrounded by a 55-hectare nature forest preserve with sand dunes, swathes of bright long grass and craggy cliffs, all looking over the beautiful Timor Sea. The atmosphere here is low-key and very relaxed, with the resort styling themselves as unique, comfortable beach-camp, with 11 striking beach-front villas modelled on traditional Sasak fishing homes. They are constructed with natural materials and are open in style with high ceilings with plenty of natural ventilation; there are only 2-3 hours of electricity every day in the morning and the evening. The décor is simple but charming, as well as clean and comfortable, making the villas a lovely place to relax for a few days on the beach. The restaurant, Tenda, has an open menu and the food is freshly prepared and delicious.
The private beach is absolutely spectacular, with gorgeous blue water, powdery white sand and it is enclosed on both sides as a natural bay. There are great local activities on offer including walking, snorkelling and cycling, making this the ideal retreat for those looking for something a little different in the sun-soaked island of Lombok.
Eco/Adventure - This category covers gorgeous lodges in the jungle, comfortable safari camps and dreamy, but simple, beach cabanas. These places defy conventional categorisation: what is communing with nature to one person may be terrifying bugs to another! Many of these places are very comfortable and the service generally of a very high level - but please read the website review carefully and/or talk to us and be sure to have understood what you are letting yourselves in for!
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Essential Bali and Lombok
Combine the cultural and natural wonders of Bali with the idyllic white-sand beaches of Lombok.
The stand out experiences all involved some locals: the walk in the Bali rice fields with a guide, the trip to the Borobudur eco-village and ride in a horse cart which also charmingly had us playing the Gamelan with local kids.