ABOUT MANDUNA RESORT
Exclusive and luxurious!
Set in a beautiful stretch of beach, Manduna Resort is the newest and most exclusive resort in Rote Island, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. Rote is the perfect destination for anyone looking for a peaceful and quiet island to relax. Expect to see many farm animals roaming around the island; people living a very simple and happy life, powdery white-sand beaches and famous reef breaks that attract surfers and water sports enthusiasts from all experience levels – beginners to advanced. At night, you can contemplate shimmer stars covering the sky and the only sound you will hear is from the crashing waves.
Manduna is named after the large rock sitting just meters from the beach. The resort is just a short drive to two of the most famous surf spots in Rote, – Bo’a and Nemberala, home to the world-renowned T-Land left Break. At Manduna Resort, guests are immersed in a lush place of tranquillity, where the elements are connected and engaged with nature. The beachfront resort features eleven exclusive suites, all offering both pool and ocean view; and a private two-bedroom bungalow. All rooms come with air conditioning, balcony, hot water, high-quality bedding and are beautifully decorated with modern and traditional Timor/ Indonesian art.
Offering unrivaled guest experiences, Manduna caters to families, friends,couples and solo travelers. If you prefer to enjoy the facilities, you can relax by the infinity pool, or by the amazing beach. The resort also offers a wide range of on-site activities such as daily yoga classes, an equipped wellness & fitness space, beach volleyball, and beach tennis court and a lot more activities. Our friendly staff can assist you to book off-site activities such as island-hopping tours, SUP/ kayaking expeditions to the mangroves, snorkelling, scuba diving and fishing trips. For those who surf, the resort offers a fleet of three boats that can take guests to uncrowded and exclusive waves for all levels of surfing if they wish to explore the many different breaks in Rote and outer islands.