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Jeeva Beloam

In a quiet corner of Lombok, a boutique resort is opening its doors to travelers in search of solitude.
Jalan Pantai Beloam, Tanjung Ringgit, Sekaroh, Jerowaru East Lombok, Indonesia

The Overview

More than ever, travelers to Indonesia are itching to strike out past popular Bali. Jeeva Beloam on neighboring Lombok makes a compelling case for venturing eastward. In a sense, Jeeva Beloam is one of a new breed of places to stay defined partly by what they don't have: no TVs, no Wi-Fi, no crowds, no noise. The owners are decidedly modest when they call the five bungalows of recycled wood with alang-alang roofs a "beach camp." Set on their own arc of white sand, the spacious rooms with mosquito-draped beds have a rustic charm; this is beachside luxury, done simply—"glamping" if you must. Relish the isolation and serenity by curling up on the veranda daybed and watching the occasional fisherman saunter into the cove with the day's offerings for the open-air restaurant. Kayaking, snorkeling, diving, fishing, surfing and trekking are all nearby diversions. Or just sun yourself and listen to the late-afternoon storms cracking out even further east. You can glimpse the jagged peaks of Sumbawa in the distance.

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Published on Oct 28, 2013

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