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Mother Nature is allowed full reign across the 36,000 hectares of nature reserve that make up private Moyo Island, in the coral-rich Flores Sea. Here in this wildlife lover’s paradise, Amanwana has set up camp, with 20 safari tents amid the rainforest or on the shore. Low-impact and eco-friendly, the tents are nonetheless equipped with hardwood floors and soaring, air-conditioned canopies sheltering sumptuous daybeds, ensuite bathrooms and net-draped kingsize beds. Visits from friendly macaques and inquisitive deer are not uncommon, and hint at the abundance of nature to be found further inland, or out to sea.
Guests will feel welcomed to Amanwana, literally translated as ‘peaceful forest.’
Under a canopy of tropical forest, the camp’s 20 safari-style tents offer an abundance of 21st-century comforts amid elegant decor and Indonesian art. They are 58 square meters each with solid foundations, wooden walls, picture windows and wooden decks. The tents are outfitted in canvas ceilings with separate waterproof exterior layer, sitting area, daybeds, kingsize bed, writing desk and large bathroom. For complete comfort, these luxury tents also have air-conditioning and wi-fi.
Set beneath shady tamarind trees, overlooking the sea, the Jungle Cove Spa has one open-air double treatment area with a recessed soaking tub and a shower. Treatments include massages, holistic body treatments and crystal salt scrubs.
Adventure-worn appetites will be quickly sated in Amanwana’s inviting teak bar and beach-side restaurant. Alfresco beach and garden dinners, either around a campfire or à deux, as well as private barbecues, are also possible. With open-air setting, shaded by a high bamboo roof and views of the sea, it’s the perfect place to enjoy daily menu of Indonesian and Western dishes, with produce grown in the chef’s organic garden. Guests can catch their own fish for sashimi, ceviche, grilled steaks and barbecued fish, along with catch of the day from the local fisherman.
The Moyo Rosca cocktail is a must-try!
This luxury camping experience could be suited to either families or couples.
Moyo Island lies just east of Bali, facing Sumbawa Island, at the western end of the Nusa Tenggara archipelago. Amanwana is tucked into a secluded cove on the island’s west coast, looking out to the Flores Sea.
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