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  • Amanwana and Amandira
  • Resort from Sea
  • The Boardwalk
  • Ocean Tent
  • Ocean Front Tent
  • Tent Deck
  • Tent interior
  • Jungle tent interior
  • Guest in hammock
  • Dining Room
  • Dining Room
  • Beach Dining Experience
  • Jungle Cove SPA
  • Spa room
  • Bay
  • Marine fish
  • Sunset
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Amanwana, Bali

Bali, Indonesia

A natural Eden on land and sea. Derived from aman and wana, the Sanskrit words for peace and forest, Amanwana is a wilderness hideaway on the Indonesian island of Moyo. In this natural paradise, Mother Nature reigns supreme across more than 32,000 hectares of protected jungle. Here, overlooking the turquoise, coral-rich Flores Sea, Amanwana offers just 12 tents set in consummate seclusion between rainforest and shore. Low-impact and eco-friendly, the standalone tents have hardwood floors, view-embracing windows and soaring, air-conditioned canopies sheltering king-size beds and ensuite bathrooms. A beautiful restaurant and open-air spa sanctuary enhance the private island feel of this exclusive wilderness hideaway.

Location

Charter flight between Bali & Sumbawa

Amanwana offers scheduled transfers between Bali Ngurah Rai International Aiport (DPS) and Sumbawa Besar (SWQ) Airport by privately operated Cessna Grand Caravan. The Cessna Grand Caravan transfers operate on a fixed schedule. Guests should reference the monthly flight schedule before booking a stay at Amanwana. The aircraft carries up to eight passengers. Flights are subject to availability and it is recommended that guests check with Aman Voyages Concierge and book transfers at time of booking to ensure availability.

The flight from Bali to Sumbawa is a scenic 60-minute journey, where guests will follow the eastern coast of Bali before flying north of Lombok. In clear weather, passengers will be treated to views Mount Agung and the majestic Mount Rinjani. Discerning guests may even spot Amankila from above. Upon arrival in Sumbawa, guests are met by an Aman representative and transferred to the private jetty for the boat journey across the Flores Sea. Transfers are USD 525 per passenger per way. Boat transfers between Sumbawa and the resort are included in the price.

Room Categories

Ocean Tent
Двухместный номер с завтраками, 58 кв. м.
по запросу
Базовая
стоимость
по запросу

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Jungle Tent
Двухместный номер с завтраками, 58 кв. м.
по запросу
Базовая
стоимость
по запросу

Мне это интересно

Infrastructure

Accomodation

Macaque monkeys and rusa deer make morning appearances outside the large windows of Amanwana’s 12 tented Suites. Backed by the lush jungle foliage of a nature reserve on the shores of the Flores Sea, Amanwana’s permanent tented Suites pair a wilderness experience with modern luxury. There are Ocean and Jungle Tents available for the guests. Bouth are 58-square-metre.

Amenities in the Tents include: ocean or jungle views, large picture windows, king-size bed, writing desk, two large corner sofas, spacious living area with facing divans, large bathroom, indonesian island artwork, hardwood flooring, hardwood deck with coral stone surrounds, air conditioning, Wi-Fi.

Spa & Wellness Experiences, Amanwana

Set on the tranquil beachfront, the Jungle Cove Spa is an open-air sanctuary with a massage table, shower and sunken tub just steps from the water’s edge. Massages, facials and body treatments with Aman’s all-natural products are available in the coral-walled waterside spa, in the dedicated spa tent or in a private tent.

The Indonesian-influenced Amanwana massage works deep into the muscles with long, soothing strokes. Ease tired muscles and rejuvenate the mind after a day of adventure in the sea or wilderness. The sea salt scrub with moyo honey begins with a soothing one-hour massage. An invigorating scrub blending sea salt with Moyo honey and orange and peppermint oils exfoliates and refreshes, followed by a soak in a mineral-rich bath.

Based on traditional therapies, the Indonesian milk bath leaves the skin soft and supple and the body fully relaxed. A one-hour massage is followed by a gentle body scrub that prepares the skin for a natural detoxifying mask made from milk, honey and essential oils, before plunging into a warming milk and herbal bath.

Moyo Island Adventure Experiences

The turquoise waters and pristine reefs of the Flores Sea are home to some of Indonesia’s best scuba diving and snorkelling spots, many within ten minutes of Amanwana. On land, the hilly tropical forests are crisscrossed by hiking trails, home to the island’s protected deer, macaques and wild boar.

Vibrant reefs and coral cays just off the coast boast an astonishing variety of marine life. The Amanwana dive team caters to all levels of scuba divers and snorkellers, ensuring close encounters with sea turtles, moray eels, puffer fish, parrot fish, spotted rays and many more local species. Whether on a hike or jeep expedition, the tropical forest reveals a host of natural wonders. Trek to the cascading limestone pools of Barry’s Falls, a spring-fed waterfall at the heart of the island, or venture through the deep jungle to the bat cave

Amanwana’s crescent beach offers an array of activities, from sailing to kayaking, as well as pure relaxation. Lined with sun loungers, the beach can also be the jumping-off point for a visit to coastal private beaches. Take a midnight cruise to the starlit waters of Amanwana bay. Amanwana’s fleet includes outriggers, speedboats, catamarans and skiffs.Take a private boat to Satonda, a volcanic isle set beneath Mt Tambora. The fringing reef supports beautiful soft corals and plentiful reef fish, lobsters, turtles and nudibranchs, offering opportunities for both diving and snorkeling.

Explore the seas of the Indonesian Archipelago. Navigate new horizons on a fully staffed Aman private yacht, venturing into the Indonesian archipelago to discover its untouched natural beauty. Dive pristine reefs, witness the Komodo dragon in its natural habitat, and relax in unparalleled seclusion, privacy and comfort.

Amanwana Dive Centre

Amanwana Bay is a pristine marine reserve with a variety of snorkelling and dive sites that are as remote as they are beautiful. Intricate technicolour reefs, deep sea walls and coral cays boast a remarkable diversity of marine life – including puffer fish, blue spotted rays, sea turtles and the occasional shark, dolphin and whale.

Few places on Earth rival the Flores Sea as a location for embarking on a padi scuba diving course. Beginners and experienced divers alike marvel at the Flores Sea’s incredible marine life. Led by an experienced instructor, explore the reefs at your own pace while gaining a globally recognised PADI certificate. Snorkel with a guide or let the Amanwana team point you toward the best spots. See the underwater landscape from a completely different perspective with nighttime snorkelling, where the reefs’ microinteractions are in the spotlight.

The state-of-the-art dive centre is led by a team with vast local knowledge. Embark on single- or two-tank dives, or cruise on one of the resort’s boats for dive safaris at secluded reefs. Local PADI instructors offer tuition to divers of all skill levels, from absolute beginners to experts. Guests can extend certification levels with speciality courses in deep diving, underwater photography, buoyancy and more. Dive sites near the resort include the Sea Wall next to the guest jetty, as well as gently-sloping Turtle Street. Three large reefs lie 15 minutes from the resort, with spectacular schools of tropical fish and corals dating back more than 100 years.

Dining

The Restaurant, looking over the Flores Sea to Medang Island and the mountains of Sumbawa, serves fresh and simple cuisine, much of it made with products grown or reared on the island. The catch of the day, direct from the fishermen’s boats, is a highlight of the daily menu, which can be tailored to individual tastes. The restaurant is open to guests and non-residents.

The rainbow colours of dusk offer an occasion to try a new cocktail from the bar. The Amanwana martini, perfectly suited to the tropical climate, is infused with fresh mint to give a cooling kick to a classic cocktail.The resort’s own garden produces many of the vegetables, fruits and herbs used in the kitchen. Join the Chef in the garden to pick out ripe produce for that night’s dinner, or for a cooking class in which you can learn the recipe of your favourite dish.

Dine alfresco by the sea as the sun sets, surrounded by lanterns and with your toes dipped in the sand. Private meals can be arranged in an isolated beach spot, or enjoy an atmospheric barbecue over a bonfire with a personal chef and butler.

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Connection with nature, diving and snorkeling, exploring the seas of the Indonesian Archipelago.

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