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Why we like it
- Luxurious hideaway on Moyo island, a nature reserve just of Sumbawa's coast
- Overlooks a protected marine park offering some of the best scuba diving and snorkelling in Indonesia
- Exclusive collection of 20 private tents among the forest canopy
- The camp's boats, Amanikan and Amandira, regularly host multi-day excursions to Rinca and Komodo Islands as well as the beautiful archipelago of Raja Ampat
Enjoy a privately arranged beach barbecue, indulge around a firepit with candles in the sand under the starry sky.
Our consultant (Annie Jensen) really was excellent designing a great itinerary minimising our time waiting around for transfers and both hotels, Four Seasons Bali and Oberoi Lombok exceeded our exceptions.
- SL, Hertfordshire
The wilderness hideaway of Amanwana is located on Moyo Island, a nature reserve off the coast of Sumbawa. Nestled in a secluded cove overlooking Amanwana Bay it creates the ambience of camp-life, with twenty spacious luxury tents sheltered under the rainforest canopy. Set on coral stone decks and enclosed by solid stone walls with teak framed windows, they boast polished hardwood floors and air-conditioning, whilst sand pathways lead to a pristine, powder beach, spa and restaurant.
Take to the water to observe a coral-reef ecosystem teeming with colourful marine life, or head inland to search out a unique mix of jungle wildlife, from deer to wild boar to macaque monkeys, and a variety of spectacular bird life. For a once in a lifetime wildlife experience, try the Amanwana Komodo Dragon Expedition. Experienced rangers will guide you through the Komodo National Park, to observe these amazing, but sadly endangered, creatures in their natural habitat. The park also features one of the most pristine marine environments in the world and offers spectacular snorkelling and diving on untouched coral reefs.
Denpasar (British Airways via Singapore, Thai Airways via Bangkok)
16 hours 30 minutes via Singapore
GMT +8 hours
Visa required for UK passport holders, issued on arrival
Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area
Best time to travel
April - October
Indonesia is located very close to the Equator which means you have 12 hours of daylight daily. It is a year round destination with the western monsoon bringing the wet season from October to April providing nice, warm temperatures and rain in the afternoon, perfect for a nap, especially with a twist of sea-breeze in the coastal areas. The eastern monsoon brings the drier weather from May to September, which is generally a more popular time to visit
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