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if you are on Gili Meno, it is very easy to access on your own - be aware of the rocks and dead corals which makes the access painful for your feet.
However, I do feel bad and sorry for those people paying a snorkelling...More
There are two statues, one tiny, thebother more famous. In the middle if the day there as so many tourist boats I'm amazed noone gets hit.
Go before breakfast or at sunset and have the place to yourself. Sunset was magical. There are about 20m...More
The joy of Gili Meno is just being able to step into the ocean and enjoy snorkeling without a long swim or boat trip. We went to see the nest - and all the fish who call it home, including turtles and a frogfish one...More
We were staying in gili meno so we could reach the statues by ourselves with no tour or guide. It's about 20 meters from the shore. It was low tide when we went so we got to walk 15 meters on exposed sea (a sea...More
We went first by ourselves and later with a private boat, definitely is better with the private boat, but anyway, they're easy to find, just in front of the BASK big sign. Take a water camera to caption the moment!
The statues are a great sight and easy to reach from the beach. There's a big 'BASK' sign on the beach so it's easy to know where to go without joining a tour. They're quite shallow - only a couple of metres or so -...More
Make sure you snorkel over this underwater set of statues. You don't need to go out in a boat, you can just float towards it from the beach at Gili Meno. It was amazing and romantic and a sight you will never forget. Take your...More
While staying on Gili Trawangan for 4 nights, I wanted to make it a point to see these statues on one of our days here. Regularly you can see 10-12 boats of snorkelers/swimmers out at the location of the statues (right in front of the...More