A Royal Treasure at Moyo Island

With incomparable views of land and sea, Moyo Island offers an exclusive holiday experience for those seeking privacy and luxury.

Sitting quietly on the north coast of Sumbawa, Moyo Island is surrounded by the clear blue waters of the Flores Sea. Mostly uninhabited and unknown to the majority of tourists, the island is mostly a nature reserve within a national park established to conserve and protect the many extraordinary animal species, including birds, bats, monkeys, wild pigs and deer. Inside the park, there are also several waterfalls, with the biggest one located about two hours from Labuan Aji village.

Easily reachable from both Bali and Lombok, Moyo Island has a unique topography mainly composed of savannah and beautiful forest, but closer to the water, travellers are treated to white sandy beaches and mesmerizing marine life. Recently, the whole island was declared a marine conservation area to protect its beauty from fishing and pollution.


Visiting Moyo Island is an unforgettable experience. On land, spend days trekking to the pretty waterfalls whilst wildlife spotting, while offshore, get active with world-class snorkelling, diving, sailing, fishing and island hopping. When it comes to winding down, make sure to fully enjoy the stillness on an empty beach, swim with turtles and stargaze from the sand.

Amanwana is the only five-star resort on Moyo Island. A favourite among A-Listers and royalty, this secluded resort offers only 12 luxury tents set between the jungle and the shore. Providing unparalleled views of the turquoise, coral-rich Flores Sea, each guest gets to enjoy the many fine facilities, including scuba diving, snorkelling, waterfall excursions, mountain biking, and the open-air seaside spa sanctuary.