Surrounded by marine and forest reserves on the Indonesian island of Moyo, Amanwana is a remote retreat where flora and fauna take centre stage

Amanwana Dive Centre

Amanwana Bay is a pristine marine reserve with a variety of snorkelling and dive sites that are as remote as they are beautiful. Intricate technicolour 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


Join the Amanwana team in their coral restoration programme in the waters surrounding Moyo Island

Guests can work alongside a local expert to create an environment for coral to latch on and grow, building an underwater garden for future generations 


Few places on Earth rival the Flores Sea as a location for embarking on a padi scuba diving course

Beginners and experienced divers alike marvel at the Flores Sea’s incredible marine life. Led by an experienced instructor, explore the reefs at your own pace while gaining a globally recognised PADI certificate


Snorkel with a guide or let the Amanwana team point you toward the best spots

See the underwater landscape from a completely different perspective with nighttime snorkelling, where the reefs’ microinteractions are in the spotlight


The state-of-the-art dive centre is led by a team with vast local knowledge

Embark on single- or two-tank dives, or cruise on one of the resort’s boats for dive safaris at secluded reefs


Local PADI instructors offer tuition to divers of all skill levels, from absolute beginners to experts

Guests can extend certification levels with speciality courses in deep diving, underwater photography, buoyancy and more


Dive sites near the resort include the Sea Wall next to the guest jetty, as well as gently-sloping Turtle Street

Three large reefs lie 15 minutes from the resort, with spectacular schools of tropical fish and corals dating back more than 100 years


Take a private boat to Satonda, a volcanic isle set beneath Mt Tambora

The fringing reef supports beautiful soft corals and plentiful reef fish, lobsters, turtles and nudibranchs, offering opportunities for both diving and snorkelling


Explore the unmatched biodiversity of Indonesia’s waters on the Amandira and Amanikan boats

Measuring 52 and 32 metres, the vessels are ideal for multi-night private cruises to destinations across the islands, accompanied by a dive instructor and chef

Special Requests

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