Remarkable Adventures in a Natural Paradise
A wilderness hideaway located on the beautiful island of Moyo, part of Moyo Satonda National Park, Amanwana reopens after its annual seasonal closure to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Over the past three decades the tented camp, one of the very first of its kind, has provided a base from which to enjoy the lush jungle vegetation and diverse wildlife, as well as exceptional waters for snorkelling and scuba diving and unparalleled access to the natural wonders of the region.
In 2022, Moyo Island was designated a National Park by the Indonesian government, ensuring that its spectacular landscape and diverse marine life is protected for generations to come.
With just 15 tents in total, visitors to Amanwana experience a true sense of seclusion, making it the perfect option for groups of friends or families to enjoy all to themselves. With jungle or sea views, light-filled interiors, floor-to-ceiling windows and open-plan living spaces, the tents offer a back-to-nature experience, in typical Aman style.
To mark this milestone moment, the camp will host a carefully curated programme of unique and inspiring experiences throughout the year including a once-in-a-lifetime underwater exploration, getting up close with whale sharks, culinary masterclasses and locally inspired cocktails, and restorative sound healing under the stars, with some of the activities detailed below:
CONNECT WITH NATURE
Whale Shark Excursion
Brand new this year, embark on a bespoke excursion to come face to face with one of the world’s most majestic creatures. Located a short distance east of Moyo Island, Saleh Bay is home to one of the largest whale shark (Rhincodon typus) populations on earth with at least 103 known whale sharks inhabiting its waters.