Cabana Apartments

Found on Gili AIr, amongst the coconut palm trees and just footsteps from the beach, Cabana  will make you feel right at home in paradise.

Our beachfront upstairs apartment is perfectly suited to small groups and families.  It is fully self contained, with an enclosed living space and a beautiful large balcony that has magical views of Mt Rinjani. 

Our Cabana rooms are ideal for singles and couples and the island explorer and are situated downstairs at the rear of the property with a communal area to enjoy the views of the ocean.

Cabana iswithin walking distance to cafes and restaurants, yoga classes, dive shops and more.



The Gili Islands are located in the Lombok Strait, to the immediate northwest of Lombok. They extend outward from a tiny peninsula called Sire near to the village of Tanjung on Lombok.

Bali lies about 35 km to the west of Gili Trawangan, the islands' most westerly member. Both Bali and Lombok are easily visible from the Gilis in clear weather. Mount Rinjani, Indonesia's second highest volcano, is close by on neighbouring Lombok, and dominates the views towards the east.

Due to their close proximity to the Equator, the Islands have a warm, tropical climate with a dry and wet season. 

With Mount Rinjani to the immediate east on Lombok, and Mount Agung to the west on Bali, the Gili islands are sheltered and enjoy a slightly drier microclimate when compared to the surrounding archipelago.

Dry Season usually lasts from May until October, with Monsoon season starting in November and continuing through to April. Temperatures range between 22 °C to 34 °C, with an average annual temperature of around 28 °C.