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Indonesia

An extraordinary island world

The countries of Southeast Asia are magnetic in myriad ways, but the sublime seascapes, spiritual diversity and scenes of exceptional natural beauty that await in Indonesia are an especially compelling call to travellers. The archipelago is a collection of more than 17,000 islands scattered along either side of the equator, each promising extravagant, wildlife-rich landscapes, abundant cultural treasures and ancient customs that speak passionately to the senses. 
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But that is what islands are for; they are places where different destinies can meet and intersect in the full isolation of time

Lawrence Durrell
Indonesia is a country of transitions and contrasts, where spellbinding beaches mark the threshold between ocean and rainforest; where religious traditions shift from island by island, and the eco-zones of Asia and Australia meet and mingle in the Lombok Strait. Seeded throughout this floating world, from the jungle interior of Bali to the hidden paradise shores of Moyo Island, five Aman destinations each provide distinct perspectives on the nation’s nature and culture, while Aman’s fleet of oceangoing vessels invite travellers on voyages to untouched atolls and isles unspoilt.
Unique settings - Amanwana, tented camp on Moyo Island - Indonesia - Aman

Bali

Bali’s age-old appeal to explorers, beach seekers, yogis and those seeking the salve of the spiritual has made it the most beloved travel destination in Indonesia. It is an island of near-infinite variety, from the gloriously green, artistically rich Ubud region at the centre, to the villages and volcanoes of East Bali. For those in search of sand and sunshine, Bali has palm-fringed shores to suit. And for travellers who seek to reap more spiritual rewards, an abundance of open-air Hindu temples offer opportunities for blessings and reflection. There is a reason they call this ‘the Island of the Gods'. 
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Life, religion and art all converge in Bali. They have no word in their language for 'artist' or 'art.' Everyone is an artist

Anaïs Nin
Amankila, Bali, Indonesia

Amankila

Ensconced into the hillside on the less-explored coast of East Bali, the spirit-lifting sanctuary of Amankila is a gateway to the cultural and natural highlights of the Karangasem Regency and the undersea beauty of the Lombok Strait. Architecturally inspired by the Ujung Water Palace, the resort’s central showpiece is a trio of infinity pools, which cascade down the cliffside towards a private strip of beautiful black-sand shoreline. Here, the Aman Beach Club caters to guests seeking watersports thrills, and the resort’s traditional jukung-style boats – Aman XII and Aman XVI – are primed for cruising the coastline, snorkelling and fishing trips, and sunset cocktails.

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Aman Villas at Nusa Dua, one-bedroom villa

Aman Villas at Nusa Dua

A collection of peaceful retreats on southern Bali’s Bukit peninsula, just half an hour from Denpasar airport, Aman’s Villas at Nusa Dua are the perfect starting or endpoint for any Aman journey in Bali or Indonesia – as well as a naturally inspiring setting for celebrations. Affording guests unparalleled space and privacy, the villas range from one to six bedrooms, and are a short drive from the white-sand beaches of Nusa Dua.

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Amandari, Bali, Indonesia - main swimming pool

Amandari

Ubud is the spiritual heart of Bali, a vital valley of thriving jungle surrounding a town alive with art. Here, on a ridge above the Ayung River valley, Amandari takes its inspiration from the layout and architecture of a traditional Balinese settlement, integrated so sensitively into its surroundings that it feels as though it has always been here. The resort is tightly woven into the everyday life of the neighbouring village, Kedewatan, where many of the team live, and local children come to the grounds daily for their dance class. Outside the paras-stone walls, a landscape of terraced rice fields, thick forest and white-water river invite exploration and adventure, and the artisan studios and cultural spectacles of Ubud town beckon a little way beyond. 

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The true taste of Indonesia

Balinese cuisine is strongly influenced by the island’s Hindu culture and festivals are a big part of daily life for most Balinese. Since life is considered a gift from the gods, much of the food prepared is given over as offerings of gratitude. Although much of Bali’s best cooking occurs in the kitchens of village grandmothers, Aman’s chefs aim to showcase spices such as galangal, turmeric, and tamarind with time-tested cooking methods and age-old recipes.
Coastal exploration from Amankila. Bali, Indonesia - Aman

Sea Change

Bali and Lombok are separated by the Wallace Line, the invisible boundary that bisects Indonesia, first identified by the naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace in the mid-19th century. The threshold between two distinct eco-zones, on the Bali side, live the Asiatic wildlife species such as tigers and rhinos; towards Lombok, Australasian fauna including marsupials take over. As a result, the Lombok Strait is especially appealing for oceangoing naturalists, and Aman’s fleet of outriggers is always available for guests to explore this extraordinary phenomenon of nature. 

Moving traditions

Dance traditions form the cornerstone of Bali’s cultural and religious identity. Highly colourful and hugely expressive, Balinese dances are recognised as a form of intangible cultural heritage by Unesco. Soundtracked and choreographed by the rhythms of the gamelan, they typically depict tales from myth, often representing battles between good and evil as told in epics such as the Mahabharata and the Ramayana. 

 

Java

As the home of the nation’s capital, Jakarta, and over half of Indonesia’s population, Java is the world’s most populous island – but move away from the cities and a different side of Java awaits. The province of Central Java, in the middle of the island, is a land of mountains and rice field, hidden villages and historic temples – including one of the greatest treasures of the ancient world, the Unesco-preserved 8th-century Buddhist complex of Borobudur.
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Amanjiwo

In a natural amphitheatre formed by hills and rice paddies, Amanjiwo’s temple-like structure forms an architectural echo of Borobudur, whose stupas rise from the forest canopy just a couple of kilometres away. Against a backdrop of monument and mountain, volcano and plain, the resort’s coral-coloured stone pavilions, sunken outdoor baths and garden terraces nurse a sense of sanctuary and serenity that cannot fail to settle the soul.
 
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From Amanjiwo, set out to explore rice-paddy valleys, hillside villages and the workshops of artists and craftspeople. Take a cycle tour through emerald-green plains, or trek the Menorah Hills in search of sublime sunset vistas. This painterly landscape is never short of wonder, so pick up the watercolours given to every Aman guest and let the artistic spirit of Java take its course.
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At home in Java

One of the simplest – and most unforgettable – ways of experiencing Javanese rural life is to dine in the home of a local villager. Follow the candlelit pathway to the enchanting abode of Pak Bilal, a long-standing friend of Amanjiwo. Here, he prepares an authentic Indonesian feast on charcoal burners, serving a succession of traditional home-cooked dishes to the soundtrack of the gamelan.
Selogriyo rice fields - Java, Indonesia - Amanjiwo

Walks on the wild side

The rugged landscape of the Menoreh Hills is crisscrossed with trails, rewarding hikers, bikers and picnickers with jaw-dropping views at every turn. Both rambling and riding routes can be tailored to for all, but the boldest of ramblers can tackle the steep slopes of Mount Merapi, or undertake an early-morning guided hike up volcanic Mount Palau, to be rewarded by a spectacular view – and an Aman breakfast – at the summit.

A tale of two temples

With more than 2,000 remarkable stone-relief panels, more than 500 Buddha statues, and some breathtakingly beautiful stonework, Borobudur is the spiritual jewel of Java. The ancient complex is at its most mesmerising at sunrise, and Amanjiwo arranges private guided tours in the early morning, culminating in a picnic breakfast atop nearby Dagi Hill. Further south, Java’s second Unesco-cherished site is Prambanan, the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia – known for its dramatic pointed towers. 

Moyo Island

Having all but escaped human civilisation for millennia, Moyo is a pristine 32,000-hectare isle just east of Bali in the Flores Sea. Set at the western fringes of the Nusa Tenggara archipelago, the island is a true retreat – a patchwork of virgin jungle and savannah encircled by white-sand beach. A national park surrounded by a marine reserve, it is one of Indonesia’s key areas of conservation and home to an extraordinary array of animal and plant life – an island for explorers, lovers of wildlife and those seeking the solace of untouched nature.
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Amanwana

The experience of Amanwana begins in the sky, as the seaplane transfer from Denpasar makes its descent over the shimmering Flores Sea to touch down by the shore. Set back from the sea on the island’s beachfront rainforest fringe, 20 standalone safari tents balance low-impact sustainability with hardwood-floored, high-ceilinged, air-conditioned, ensuite comfort, and macaques and wild deer roam freely among the camp. Bat caves, bike trails and waterfall treks await inland, but the most precious treasures are out at sea, where a technicolor reef showcases 75 percent of all known corals.
 
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Aman Voyages

Amanwana is the launching point for Aman Voyages – a unique series of tailored ocean expeditions throughout the Indonesian archipelago. Climb aboard two-masted phinisi Amandira or the 32m cruiser Amanikan and embark on a multi-day adventure discovering the dragon-roamed wilderness of Komodo, the astonishing coral-ringed islands of Raja Ampat, or the whale-frequented waters around the Moluccas – the Spice Islands.

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Amanwana underwater environment - Moyo Island, Indonesia

Underwater gardening

Amanwana’s mission is not only to bear witness to the spectacular biodiversity beneath the waves, but to preserve it too. Guests are invited to join the camp’s conservation team chaperoning newly hatched turtles from the sand to the sea, or to take part in the Amanwana coral-restoration programme, cultivating beds in the waters surrounding the island. 

Beneath the surface

The ocean wilderness surrounding Moyo Island is filled with a rainbow of marine life, making Amanwana an exceptional destination for divers. The resort’s Dive Centre caters to all levels, offering both Nitrox and conventional air cylinders to any guest eager to explore the colourful corals of the Flores Sea, as well as PADI certification and qualified freediving instruction for those keen to ditch the tanks.

Special Requests

No request is too great and no detail too small. We are also here to assist you before your trip begins
 
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