The Private Beach Glamping of Moyo Island
At the swift breeze of surrounding idyllic beach, the remote Amanwana holds a perfect combination of serene getaway and breathtaking adventure in Glamping style.
April – October
4 Days 3 Nights
Couple / Group Friends / Family
The Highlights of the Journey
- Stay 3 nights in the Amanwana’s luxurious glamping on the private island of Moyo
- Venture into the cascading limestone waterfall at Barry’s Fall
- Trek through The Ridge to observe the exotic animals of Moyo Island in their natural habitat
- Snorkeling at the panoramic Turtle Street for a captivating coral reefs minutes-away from the glamping
**Rates are per person based on USD and 2 people traveling together
Day 1 - 4
Moyo Island | 3 Nights
Mother Nature is allowed full reign across the 36,000 hectares of a 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.
Upon arrival at Sumbawa Besar Airport, you will be greeted by Amanwana team before a land transfer to the harbour where your speedboat awaits for a 40-minute speedboat transfer to Amanwana.
In case you seek on the less-hassle trip, you may take a 65-minutes flight from Bali airport by floatplane.
During your stay at Amanwana, you can enjoy the following activities:
The Waterfall Activity
Amanwana’s team will guide you to Barry’s Falls, these falls are an example of nature at its finest and comprise of a series of cascading limestone pools. Located in the centre of the island, deep in the tropical forest, the spring-fed water of the pools provides a refreshing swim to escape the heat of the day.
Barry’s Falls are named after Barry Less, who discovered Amanwana Bay, and in turn, found this beautiful waterfall.
Amanwana Ridge Trek
This track starts from the helicopter pad above the camp’s boardwalk and follows the ridgeline above the camp. The Ridge walk offers picturesque views and the possibility of observing Moyo’s animal and bird species. The Path leads towards the camp’s west jetty and connects with either Crocodile Head of the mountain bike trail.
Snorkelling at Amanwana Bay
It provides a wonderful underwater panorama of abundant fish and coral life. Beach boys will direct you to the best spots and are happy to accompany you in the water, should you require a guide or lesson. Buoyancy vests are available for inexperienced swimmers. As well as the house reef off the boardwalk, Turtle Street on the north end of the bay offers a great chance to see turtles in their natural environment.
a 60-minutes massage
you will admire 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 warming milk and herbal bath.
End of journey.