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Dear readers, we are delighted to announce that Amanwana reopens on 15th September 2020, and they are offering a full Aman experience where luxury accommodation is found in an all-together off-the-grid location. Whether on land or at sea, Amanwana provides a mesmerising escape for guests looking to disconnect and reconnect with their natural surroundings and following its reopening this autumn, is now available on a fully exclusive basis.

Ocean tent living area

Amanwana (meaning ‘peaceful forest’ in Sanskrit) is the only resort located on the island of Moyo, a nature reserve east of Bali. Set on a beach overlooking the Flores Sea, the wilderness hideaway framed by 32,000 hectares of protected jungle. With just 12 guest tents, each enjoys its own secluded setting. With jungle or sea views, light-filled interiors, floor-to-ceiling windows and a range of luxury features including deep-soaking bathtubs and open-plan living spaces, the tents offer solace in true Aman style.

Just a short yet scenic flight from Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport to Sumbawa, the journey to Amanwana is an experience of its own. On landing, you are met by the resort team and transferred to a private jetty where a breath-taking boat journey to Moyo Island awaits. With just 12 guest tents, each enjoys its own secluded setting. With jungle or sea views, light-filled interiors, floor-to-ceiling windows and a range of luxury features including deep-soaking bathtubs and open-plan living spaces, the tents offer solace in true Aman style.

Features views of Amanwana Bay and an open-air massage area shaded by tamarind trees.

When it comes to connecting with the nature that surrounds, the nearby shoreline teams with a kaleidoscopic whirl of vibrant marine life, where world-class diving and snorkelling offers encounters with Hawksbill and green sea turtles, moray eels, lobsters, parrot fish and whales, to name but a few. Above sea-level, watersports include cruising, fishing, SUPs, kayaking and Hobie Cat sailing, whilst Amanwana’s thick tropical canopy extends from the shoreline providing a range of on-land adventures such as waterfall excursions, jungle treks and mountain biking. Adventure-worn you can relax and rejuvenate in the open-air, Jungle Cove Spa or indulge in al fresco dining beach-side, with ingredients sourced from the camp’s very own vegetable gardens. Also, you are often invited to catch your own fish, or simply enjoy the catch of the day from the local fishermen; a truly organic experience.

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