Moyo Island is Alluring – Romantic Honeymoon
Moyo Island is a small island located in the northern island of Sumbawa, Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTB) Province, Indonesia. Although the island is small, but has tremendous natural wealth. This island is one of the world-class tourist destination that is often used celebrities traveling abroad to seek peace. Seeing the beauty of the beach, sea and unspoiled nature, it offers peace for lovers of the outdoors and the beauty beneath the sea. Moyo island managed to lure some of those “big” like Lady Diana and Mick Jagger for a vacation.
Moyo Island has a height variation from 0-648 m above sea level with an area of approximately 30,000 acres. On this island you will find hundreds of butterflies are seen from behind the bushes, trees or in the middle of savanna. The island is also home to 21 species of bats, birds, macaque, wild pig, deer and snakes. However, the natural conditions are still very natural. to enter this island you have to ask for help a guide in order not to get lost.
This island is also ideal used as a honeymoon. Moyo Island have Amanwana, the only resort in Moyo Island, Sumbawa, NTB presents a different romance. Amanwana on a secluded beach cove overlooking the Flores Sea. There are no hotel rooms or buildings, only tents in the middle of beautiful forests. Relax, this tent is like a tent camp in general. Amanwana already juggling a tent interior and exterior is very slick. Travelers will not even think, she was in the woods. Resort provides two types of places with two different grounds. If you sea lovers can stay at the Ocean tent or want to feel the chill of the night in the woods can choose Jungle tent.
One of the attractions for tourists to visit this area is the natural beauty underwater. Various types of coral reefs and diverse ornamental fish that you can enjoy snorkeling or diving with. Almost the entire island is surrounded by reefs still in good condition and not damaged. You can also see a shark with a length of approximately two meters, anemones, pelagic, eels, groupers and even mantas, all there is.