ASIA. MOYO, INDONESIA.
Part safari, part indulgent beach getaway, the tented outpost of Amanwana is the only place to stay on the remote Indonesian island of Moyo – mostly because the rest of Moyo is a nature reserve. That means the rushing waterfalls and jungle hinterland (home to macaques, Rusa deer and wild boar) become the private paradise of guests staying in the resort’s 20 low-impact luxury tents. A spa, pool, library, gardens and music pavilion come with the territory, as does a fleet of 11 boats; the 32-metre Amanikan is available for multi-night cruises around the region, including to the infamous Komodo Island.