This tour gives you more descriptions of the native Sasak along with their daily life, culture, and tradition which had been handed down from one generation to another generation in olden days. Your first visit will be heading to Ampenan is used to be an old port during Dutch Colonial Occupation where the style of old architecture is still easily seen around the town, especially if you just go towards the beach to the west.
Banyumulek pottery village becomes a clear evidence of Sasak tradition where the pottery making traditionally still exists currently and it has been recognized by international world for the enormous elaborately decorated pots. Also visiting the weaving village of Sukarara, which still employs the skills handed down for a hundred years ago. Visitors are offered the opportunity of trying the hand at weaving gedogan using simple looms.
While culture touch and atmosphere are visible by coming by to Rambitan and Sade are the two traditional Sasak villages sitting between the roadside and the rice fields. Offering you to see a glimpse of life especially traditional thatched architectural design of dwellings and the soaring roofs. Actually this tour is not well completed yet if you don’t pay a visit to Kuta Beach famous for its impressive white sandy beach for swimming, sun bathing and great surfing, also a good base for exploring the alluring the southern coastline.