From visiting a nearby lobster farm to paddleboarding or simply lazing by our infinity pool, Innit Lombok has something for everyone, where you can do as little or as much as you want.
Sheltered by boulders on a blissful and secluded 300-metre stretch of soft white sand, Innit Beach is only accessible from the hotel. A private, undiscovered sanctuary, lay out, play or simply take in the views.
Located on the beach overlooking Ekas Bay, our 35-metre long infinity pool is the only one in the region and seamlessly blends one horizon to the other. With direct access to Anakampung, lay back and enjoy a poolside drink while watching the sun dip below the skyline.
A speedy five-minute boat ride takes you to our fresh floating lobster farm. Ethically cultivated, learn about the sea and our local agricultural community before hand-selecting your dinner.
Start your morning on a high with a private yoga session beside our sweeping infinity pool against a breathtaking backdrop of the majestic beachfront.
Learn to cook traditional Indonesian dishes from your Beach House kitchen guided by our head chef Matthew Angga.
As a destination best-known for its fishing, join us for a fishing expedition either on our boat or, for the more experienced, with a spearfishing professional and catch your meal for the day.
Get intimate with the surrounding sea life and take a spin in one of our kayaks around the calm waters that surround us.
Enjoy an early morning workout while exploring our magnificent coastline with a refreshing paddleboarding session.
There’s a reason Lombok is known as a surfer’s paradise. Whether you’re a beginner or a professional, there are plenty of world-class spots just minutes from Innit to find that perfect wave.
Head outside of our secluded paradise and make the most of what Lombok has to offer, from its epic surf spots to hiking trails, beautiful waterfalls and the second highest volcano in Indonesia.
A 40-minute drive away, Pantai Tangsi is a must see. One of the few pink beaches around the world, it gets its tint from a natural mix of crushed, dead coral and white sand.
An islet only accessible at low tide, Pulau Pasir or Sandy Island, is entirely underwater and nearly imperceptible at high tide. A magical experience, visit at sunset with a cocktail on one of our boats.
Rinjani is the second-highest active volcano in Indonesia, attracting hikers from around the world. The three-day trek from Sembalun Village is a must-do experience for adventurers visiting Lombok.
A 90-minute drive from Innit, Tetebatu Waterfall is one of several waterfalls on Lombok worth visiting. On your way there, experience the island’s way of life with a visit to local house, taste authentic Lombok coffee and spot the black monkeys in the surrounding jungles.