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Amanwana, Moyo Island, Indonesia

Amanwana is a nature camp and wilderness hideaway. Set in a secluded cove on the island’s west coast, the camp is surrounded by tropical forest and looks out over Amanwana Bay and beyond to the Flores Sea.

The camp’s 20 luxury tents are set under a canopy of tropical forest. Each 58 square metre tent is partially enclosed by a solid wall. There is a soft waterproof external roof and a separate canvas interior. A coral-stone deck surrounds each tent. Inside, the air-conditioned tents feature banks of windows, Indonesian island artwork, a sitting area with facing divans, king-size bed, a writing desk and a large bathroom. There is hardwood flooring throughout.

Sand paths link the tents to one another and lead to the beach, the dining room and reception. There are two room categories — Ocean-Front Tent and Jungle Tent. The only difference between the two is whether you prefer to be closer to the ocean or the jungle.

Water sports such as hobiecat sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and snorkelling are all free of charge and some of Indonesia's very best scuba diving is less than 20 minutes by boat from the resort.

Our rating: Opulent

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