From Gili Air to Bali by ferry
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From Gili Meno to Sanur by ferry
From Gili Trawangan Pier to Bali by ferry
From Gili Trawangan Port to Bali by ferry
From Gili Trawangan Port to Sanur by ferry
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How to get from Gili Islands to Bali by Ferry
Travelling between Gili Islands and Bali on a ferry is quite convenient. A ferry journey gives you a chance to experience some beautiful scenery while moving from Gili Islands to Bali. To find the most scenic and comfortable trips within your price range, make sure you book in advance.
How far is it Gili Islands from Bali?
The distance between Gili Islands and Bali by ferry is 58 miles (93 kilometers). The ferry trip may not cover the shortest route between these two points but it makes for a very memorable travel experience.
How long does it take to get from Gili Islands to Bali by Ferry?
Based on the distance and the average speed of the boat, it normally takes around 1h 30m to get from Gili Islands to Bali. Keep in mind, however, that travel time will heavily depend on weather conditions and the type of the vessel..
How much does it cost to get from Gili Islands to Bali?
As it is considered to be a premium way of transportation for many tourists, a ferry ticket from Gili Islands to Bali comes at a price – expect to shell out from IDR 253,001 up.
If you’re traveling with a child under 14 y.o., most boat companies provide discounts for a ferry ticket.
Best companies for this route
When choosing a boat company from the Gili Islands to Bali timetable, make sure you consider the following:
- Read the reviews. You can find feedback from seasoned travellers who took a ferry from Gili Islands to Bali and are willing to share their experience.
- If you’re traveling with kids, it makes sense to look for a kid-friendly company that offers discounts for children.
- Take into account the distance between the port and the place you’re staying. Use Google Maps to ensure you can get to the port on time. If the hotel you chose and the port are far away, it’s wiser to avoid early morning departures.
- During high season, many boat companies add extra departures to their usual schedule. They can be found on our website.