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Pearandgreen wrote a review Feb 2018
Kyoto8 contributions7 helpful votes
This place was fantastic. Three meals included in the price and the food is delicious. The rooms were clean. The bathrooms are communal and could use some help. I tend to be a bit OCD and could look past the bathrooms because the place itself and the owners are so sweet. I still give this place five stars and would happily come back and stay again. If you're visiting moyo island, this is basically the best and only place to stay. Do it.
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Ancelikh wrote a review Jan 2018
Finland335 contributions108 helpful votes
Why ? Because it really is the best option on the whole island....theres nothing else on Moyo that beats 200.000 rp a night including 3 meals..... Take a public boat to Labuhan Aji village from Sumbawa besar Goa harbour, usually leaves around 12-13 o clock, everyday...if you miss the boat its almost better to stay 1 night in town than to start haggle and negotiate for a overpriced private boat. Moyo is a really nice island where tourism just arrived 2 years ago (except Amanwana of course) so its still unspoilt. The Mata Jitu waterfall its the best ive seen in all Indonesia and is well worth a few trips, very pitoresque and superclean water, no rubbish anywhere and can be walked to (6-7 km). No warungs or people here. Good snorkelling on the "atoll" a short boatride from the village and from a few other spots as well within walking or bicycle distance. My favorite spot was Pantai Parwisata-Crocodile head just before Amanwana, always had the spots for myself, not a sole anywhere....usually spent the whole day there. Bapa has mountain bikes so make sure you rent one, then you free to go anywhere easily. The food is as delicious as local food gets,you wont find better food here. Higly recommended stopover for anybody in Sumbawa area, if even just for a few days.
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Traveled solo
Joffrey L wrote a review Jan 2018
Yogyakarta Region, Indonesia2 contributions
My stay at Davi Homestay on Pulau Moyo is the highlight of my trip around Sumbawa. Lovely wooden house with view on the beach. The rooms are comfortable, clean and well equipped with mosquito nets. However it is the owner's family that makes this homestay a must on Pulau Moyo. Indeed, Ibu and Bapak are really nice and helpful. Come there on an empty stomach as you will be pleased with fresh vegetables and fresh fish everyday.
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Date of stay: January 2018
Amanda N wrote a review Dec 2017
Cartagena District, Colombia20 contributions6 helpful votes
Rooms with beach view, super comfy beds with mosquito nets, clean modern toilets, access to beach and snorkelling equipment. Definitely recommend to go for food-included option with the accommodation, local organic and delicious!
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Date of stay: December 2017Trip type: Traveled with friends
JarMcJani wrote a review May 2017
Edinburgh, United Kingdom18 contributions17 helpful votes
We have been wanting to go to Moyo Island for years, after hearing about it from a friend who used to work for Amanwana when it first opened. Finally, just weeks ago, we managed to find time to get there, thanks to a website on Homestay Davi. Why? Errr because we definitely couldn't have paid the USD850++ per night at Amanwana... It's basic, with bathroom (no hot water but hey, you won't need that here) and 5 rooms in a seafront bungalow just steps away from the Labuan Aji jetty. For IDR 200,000 (USD20) per pax per day including 3 meal a day, it's a bargain! The owner however is going to add two more Semi-D units soon for more private experience, as it could be a bit awkward to share the same house with a bunch of people you don't know sometimes. Food is wonderful- delicious, local and fresh, and is served in the garden or on the seafront balcony. It may not be Amanwana but it does have the elegance of a boutique hotel, especially at night when the whole place gets lit up with candles for the dinner. Absolutely the best homestay experience ever! Other optional, i.e payable services are snorkelling with or equipment at the reef island or Marine Park (must do if you're a diver although more expensive than the close-by reef island as you need to pay the entry fees and is located further), or swim at the waterfalls (MUST DO!), all with a local guide (ask for Heri if he's free). Just talk to Pak Mahe the owner if you have other specific request and the lovely man will surely try to help you to at least find out more about it. So my advice: if you want real local experience in this paradise island, stay here!
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Date of stay: May 2017
IndonesiaWest Nusa TenggaraMoyo Island
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