An Underwater Wellness Retreat at Amanwana 

A Wellness Journey Beyond the Waves 

A wilderness hideaway located on the beautiful island of Moyo, part of Moyo Satonda National Park, this year Amanwana celebrates its 30th anniversary. To mark this milestone, the resort will host its first Underwater Wellness Retreat between 15 – 21 June 2023. Guided by leading wellness practitioners Becky Surassamee, Pete Pawit and Barry B., the multiday retreat promises an unforgettable experience amidst the breathtaking beauty of the pristine waters surrounding the resort. 

This one-of-a-kind retreat at Amanwana provides an exclusive opportunity to embark on a journey of rejuvenation, harmony and serenity. Engage in a range of activities carefully curated to enhance wellbeingfrom breathwork practice and underwater meditation, to free diving and snorkelling, every moment is designed to connect with the healing energy of the ocean. 

Offering flexibility in how the retreat is experienced, the three varying journeys cater to different preferences and durations of stay. The full seven-day ‘Transformative Underwater Wellness Journey’ allows ample time to explore the depths and embrace the transformative power of the ocean.

For those seeking a shorter retreat, the halfway package provides a four-day exploration while the ‘Taste of Underwater Wellness Journey’ delivers a single-day programme, allowing a taster of this transformative experience.

Throughout the retreat, discover a secret paradise beneath the waves and witness a gentle ecosystem thriving. Embark on a guided excursion, with a champion from Konservasi Indonesia, to witness the world’s largest non- mammalian vertebrate, the awe-inspiring whale shark and seize the opportunity to learn about, observe and protect these mesmerising giants in their natural habitat. 

Over the past three decades Amanwana 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 to enjoy 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. 

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