Trawangan Island, the largest of the Gilis in Bali, Indonesia, is pure paradise. From the minute we stepped off the boat and waded through the crystal-clear teal water to the beach, we knew we had discovered a special place.
|I know it's hard to believe, but this sunset is 100% real|
This island has a low-key vibe and is visited by unpretentious backpackers looking to relax and scuba dive. The island hasn't yet been ruined by an influx of tourism that so often takes the charm away from beautiful places.
The only modes of transportation on the island are bikes and horse-drawn buggies that you ride along the sand-packed roads.
We spent five days scuba diving, snorkeling, cycling along the beach & jamming to the band at the local reggae bar. Our only complaint was that we had to leave!
|We're millionaires! Albiet in rupiah...|