Amanwana is basically a nature reserve located on the east of Bali. Set on a beach in a secluded cove overlooking the Flores Sea, the resort is a wilderness hideaway with accommodations in luxury tents. The protected marine park offers some of the best scuba diving and snorkelling in Indonesia, with pristine reefs boasting a large variety of sea life. Amanikan is the camp’s 32-meter coastal cruiser which hosts adventures to Rinca and Komodo islands where the legendary Komodo dragons can be seen. Jungle treks on Moyo offer guests the chance to discover waterfalls and a variety of birdlife of the region.
The island is also home to a deer sanctuary for the indigenous Rusa deer. Tropical fish life is plentiful and varied, with baitfish, morays, lobster, parrotfish, barracuda, small reef sharks, blue spotted and eagle rays. In addition, dolphins, turtles, giant manta rays and the occasional whales can be seen, which shows us how rich in wildlife the reserve is and its a the definite go to place if you like animals and a luxurious jungle experience.
Currency: Indonesian Rupiah.
Check-in and check-out times: 2:00 PM / 12:00 Noon
Child under 12 sharing the room with 2 adults - stays free but is charged US$30++ as the compulsory board charge which includes all meals.
Compulsory full board extra charge per person per day at Amanwan includes: all meals, non-alcoholic beverages, laundry, non-guided short treks and non-motorized water sports (excluding night snorkeling).
Transfers by Regular Transnusa schedule between Bali and Amanwana extra cost per person above the age of 2 years, per way. One way flight for an infant below 2 would cost extra.
The open-air Jungle Cove Spa is set just back from the beach beneath a roof of shady tamarind trees. Simple coral stone walls divide the outdoor spa into three treatment areas, each with a recessed soaking tub and a shower. All three boast views of Amanwana Bay.
High Speed Internet Access
Hish speed Wi-Fi is available for guests.
Meeting rooms available.
A large variety of activities are available for guests to enjoy:
Diving: With Amanwana’s own dive operation, both beginners and experienced divers can explore the Flores Sea. Some of the best dive sites are no more than a 10-minute boat ride from Amanwana. Amanwana's Dive Centre offers a variety of PADI certified dive courses.
Snorkelling: A variety of fish and coral life can be found in Amanwana Bay, the marine reserve in front of the camp. Guests can snorkel from the Amanwana jetty next to the Boardwalk, or from the beach in front of the tents.
Nature excursions: Moyo is a haven for hikers and nature enthusiasts. The hilly island’s forest is filled with a variety of animal life, from deer and macaque monkeys to wild boar.
Cruises: Amanwana’s fleet team maintains a number of boats for cruising, fishing and diving. Choose your vessel and explore nearby coral coves and beaches, ideal for shell collecting, beach combing, snorkelling and sunbathing.
Fishing: The waters surrounding Amanwana are made for sport fishermen. Regular catches include Spanish mackerel, dog-tooth tuna, giant trevally, barracuda, sailfish and the occasional juvenile black marlin.
Fish feeding: Every afternoon, Amanwana’s beach boys feed the fish from the jetty. Guests can view up close the wide variety of tropical fish that inhabit the local reefs.
Kayaking: Both single- and double-seat ocean kayaks are available for guests to enjoy.
Hotel Dinning Room
The Dining Room and Bar are located in an open-air pavilion with a soaring 15-meter roof made of bamboo. Indonesian hardwood flooring and solid coconut pillars support the tropical structure which looks out over Amanwana Bay. A daily menu of Asian and Western food is served at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Reservation advised for dinner time.
Casual dress code is accepted.
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Romantic Campfire Dinning
Romantic campfire dinners on the beach and starlight cruises can be arranged. Drinks can be taken at the teak-top bar or in the comfy loungers adjacent to the dining area.