Gili Lawa

A un-inhabitant small island in Komodo Archipelago, in Northern part of Komodo Island and directly facing the Flores Sea. Gili means ‘small/little/tiny’ in locals. Gili Lawa divided into two island, Gili Lawa Darat and Gili Lawa Laut. Gili Lawa dominated by exotic savanna hills, if its dry season the savanna will have a yellowish look, and if you go to the island in rainy season then you will see a green savanna. Trekking is the main activity for tourist in this island to see the whole amazing view from the top of the hill. You can also swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling or even diving to see the beauty of its underwater world. The waves are quite calm in this island, therefore at night it is a good places for boats to leaned.


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