How long is the ferry from Gili Islands to Bali?
The crossing time by ferry from Gili Islands to Bali ranges between routes, operators and ships. The Gili Air Padang Bai ferry on average approximately takes 2 hours. The distance from Gili Air to Padang Bai is approximately 36 nautical miles. The Gili Air Amed ferry takes approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
The fastest ferry from Gili Islands to Bali is from Gili Air to Amed. The distance from Gili Air Amed is 26 nautical miles with a crossing time of approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. FreeBird Express and Marlin Fast Boat offer this route with 14 sailings weekly combined.
Gili Islands to Bali Ferry Operators
The following operators sail from Gili Islands to Bali: Bluewater Express, Gili Getaway, Marlin Fast Boat, Gili Gili Fast Boat, Bali Eka Jaya, Scoot Fast Cruises and Golden Queen Fast Boat. Timetables vary depending on the ferry company. Check the latest ferry timetables between Gili Islands and Bali with just a few clicks using our deal finder.
What is the ferry price from Gili Islands to Bali?
Prices for the Gili Islands to Bali ferry might change depending on the season you wish to travel. Cheap ferry tickets are typically available during off peak, outside of the high season. Please visit our special offers page
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Can I travel with a vehicle from Gili Islands to Bali?
Unfortunately, no ferry company travelling from Gili Islands to Bali accept vehicles.
Gili Islands to Bali Ferry Routes
The following routes sail between Gili Islands to Bali: Gili Air - Serangan, Gili Trawangan - Serangan, Gili Air - Padang Bai, Gili Trawangan - Padang Bai, Gili Trawangan - Amed, Gili Air - Amed, Gili Trawangan - Sanur, Gili Air - Sanur, Gili Gede - Serangan and Gili Meno - Padang Bai.
Some routes are seasonal, whereas others sail year round. To get the most up to date sailing information for ferries from Gili Islands to Bali search in our Deal Finder.
Bali is one of the most popular and well-known island destinations in the world, situated between Java and Lombok in Indonesia.
‘The Island of the Gods’, with its ten thousand temples and beautifully varied landscape, is a dream destination for anyone from budgeting backpackers to the mega-wealthy. For a relatively small landmass, there are countless things to see, places to visit and backdrops to marvel at. Known for world-class surfing, exquisite beaches and luxury resorts, Bali is also characterised by forested mountains, idyllic offshore islets and picturesque rice fields. Two of the main towns are Kuta, in the south, which was one of the first tourist hubs, offering a buzzing nightlife, and Ubud, the cultural centre of Bali, acting as a slow-paced, spiritual retreat.
Ferry travel is widespread in Indonesia, and it’s easy to reach Bali from numerous locations, with regular routes from some of the country’s most visited locations including Lombok and the Gili Islands.