Place for Relax and Enjoy the Warm Tropical Climate in Flores

Hello Traveler! Hope you have a wonderful day. As we know Indonesia has the beautiful scenery panorama and the unique culture.  Well, Indonesia is the country with the beautiful island, beside the Bali Island there are many good Islands also. Most islands in Indonesia have the beautiful beaches. Beside the marvelous beaches and the beautiful scenery of panorama, Indonesia has many attraction or tourist destination. For the nature and the luxury resort in Indonesia has one of the best in the world and for the accommodation as many type and has the unique thing also. The combination of the luxury accommodation and the marvelous nature is making the tourist come and enjoy stay and spend holiday in Indonesia. Today I would like to inform you one of the luxury resorts in Bali. The situated in the village and has good panorama and good weather. Well here is it!

Well, the resort is located to the East of Bali Island.  Beautiful islands with the wildlife and the good weather are the best you can enjoy your holiday on this resorts.  The resort is Amanwana. The wilderness hideaway of Amanwana sits on Moyo Island the nature and marine reserve to the east of Bali. The only resort on the island, it is a private paradise surrounded by the turquoise waters and pristine reefs of the Flores Sea. Macaque monkeys and deer make morning appearances outside the large windows of Amanwana’s 20 tented Suites. Set in a quiet cove on the west coast of Moyo Island, Amanwana is reached by plane or helicopter from Bali.

Moyo Island enjoys a warm, tropical climate year-round. The weather is particularly pleasant from June through September; humidity is highest during January and February. Throughout the seasons, the sun is rarely out of sight for long. Light clothing is appropriate, with a sweater or jacket for evenings. Sports shoes are suitable for light touring and a wide-brimmed hat is recommended during the day. Legs, shoulders and upper arms need to be covered when visiting places of worship. The turquoise waters and pristine reefs of the Flores Sea are home to some of Indonesia’s best scuba diving and snorkeling spots, many within ten minutes of Amanwana. On land, the hilly tropical forests are crisscrossed by hiking trails; home to the island’s protected deer, macaques and wild boar.

The Restaurant, looking over the Flores Sea to Medang Island and the mountains of Sumbawa, serves fresh and simple cuisine, much of it made with products grown or reared on the island. The catch of the day, direct from the fishermen’s boats, is a highlight of the daily menu, which can be tailored to individual tastes. Set on the tranquil beachfront, the Jungle Cove Spa is an open-air sanctuary with a massage table, shower and sunken tub just steps from the water’s edge. Massages, facials and body treatments with Aman’s all-natural products are available in the coral-walled waterside spa, in the dedicated spa tent or in a private tent.

Amanwana Bay is a pristine marine reserve with a variety of snorkeling and dive sites that are as remote as they are beautiful. Intricate Technicolor reefs, deep sea walls and coral cays boast a remarkable diversity of marine life including puffer fish, blue spotted rays, sea turtles and the occasional shark, dolphin and whale. Venture into the Indonesian archipelago and experience an adventure through one of the world’s most exceptional marine areas aboard an extraordinary Phinisi cruiser. Witness the Komodo dragon in its natural habitat and dive the pristine waters of the Flores Sea.

Capturing the magic of outdoor living with every modern comfort, Amanwana’s spacious tented Suites are constructed on a solid foundation with wooden walls, large windows and pitched canvas ceilings. Air-conditioned and with hardwood flooring, each offers a king-size bed and a spacious living area, as well as Indonesian artwork, a writing desk and large unsuited bathroom.

Well, just prepare yourself to enjoy vacation to this resort with the wild experience and the marine experience also. Happy holiday!


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