Amangiri is an all-inclusive resort, settled in a 600-acre sanctuary of picturesque flat-topped 165-million-year-old sandstone mesa rock formations in Canyon Point, Southern Utah.
There are not a lot of places more isolated, more luxurious than the Aman group’s Amangiri, with the nearest town 25 miles away. Recently opened tented retreat of Camp Sarika at Amangiri promises even a more intimate, back-to-the-wild experience in the desert. Acclaimed as the most Luxurious ‘Glamping’ Experience, Camp Sarika features a total of 10 one-and two-bedroom canvas-topped pavilions with private terrace and an individual heated plunge pool.
The exclusive Amangiri resort and its new Camp Sarika properties accommodate only up to 110 guests, providing you the ultimate social distancing experience.
Guests can take hike at the five nearby national parks including Zion, Grand Canyon, and Bryce, try canyoneering or horseback riding and then indulge in spa therapy inspired by traditional Navajo wellness practices to recuperate. The resort features a high-end 25,000 square feet Aman Spa with water pavilion, sauna, steam room, cold plunge and outdoor private pavilions. Guests gain privileged access to National Parks and Lake Powell for hiking and other activities. Dining options in the resort focus on sustainable, seasonal menus inspired by the culinary heritage of the Navajo and the American Southwest.
How to Get There?
Amangiri can conveniently be reached from the Page Municipal Airport in Arizona, guests can take advantage of complimentary private 25 minute short transfers on luxury BMW sedans.