Between Dusk, Deer and Gili Lawa
Gili Lawa is one of the endemic places for deer in the area, especially Nusa Tenggara in West Manggarai Regency, East Nusa Tenggara.
The island, which stretches over an area of more than ten hectares, only contains savanna, grasslands and weeds and is inhabited by a herd of deer and several other animals.
The uniqueness of Gili Lawa Island is not only in its natural beauty. Besides being able to easily find many herds of deer, on Gili Lawa Island you can also do exciting activities such as trekking to several peaks to see the sunrise and sunset.
Besides Gili Lawa, it is safer than Arus and the wind is not too strong, usually they will also hunt sunset and sunrise at the same time from this beautiful place.