Shinta Mani Wild – Cambodia

Nestled deep within the wilderness of the Southern Cardamom National Park, in a pristine wildlife corridor, Shinta Mani Wild - A Bensley Collection is an all-inclusive luxury camp with just 15 tents. Entry to the camp is via a 400m zip line ride over the forest canopy, rivers and a waterfall to the Landing Zone Bar where the General Manager and your Bensley Butler greet you on arrival.

Creative luxury adventures include exploring the untrammelled waterways of South East Asia’s last wild estuarine ecosystem aboard a custom Bensley-designed expedition boat; or joining Wildlife Alliance rangers on anti-poaching patrols. Ever changing menus are inspired by sustainably foraged wild edible plants from the forest and organic farm. The Khmer Tonics Spa provides organic chemical-free treatments including a river-stone foot massage while soaking in a waterfall pool. The 100 sqm tents are perfect for spending a relaxing day doing nothing but enjoying your tent and its expansive private view, some with waterfalls.

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Where is Anambas archipelago located?

The Anambas Archipelago is located in the South China Sea, between mainland Malaysia and Borneo. It is part of Indonesia's Riau Islands province and is renowned for its stunning natural beauty and pristine marine environments.

What is included in the stay?

Your stay at Bawah Reserve includes luxurious accommodation, all meals and beverages (excluding alcohol), daily laundry service, non-motorised water sports, snorkelling and kayaking excursions, guided nature treks, and access to the wellness centre. Additionally, you’ll receive complimentary spa treatments and transportation to and from the resort’s private seaplane terminal.

What is there to see and do on the island?

Bawah Reserve offers a plethora of activities including snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking, paddle boarding, and sailing in the crystal-clear waters. On land, guests can explore the lush rainforest on guided nature walks, enjoy beach picnics, practice yoga, or indulge in relaxing spa treatments. The island’s natural beauty and rich biodiversity provide endless opportunities for adventure and relaxation.

What is the best way of getting around the island?

The best way to get around Bawah Reserve is on foot or by using the complimentary bicycles provided by the resort. The island is designed to be easily navigable, allowing guests to explore its beautiful beaches, lush forests, and various facilities at their own pace.

How do I get to Bawah Reserve?

To reach Bawah Reserve, you will first fly to Batam International Airport in Indonesia. From Batam, you will take a private seaplane, provided by the resort, which offers a scenic 80-minute flight directly to Bawah Reserve. This exclusive transfer service ensures a smooth and enjoyable journey to the island.