Alabaster beaches and shimmering turquoise waters await at the secluded Amanyara in the Turks and Caicos. In this Asian-inspired resort, designs by renowned architect Jean Michel Gathy create an elegant aesthetic that extends from the reflecting ponds, to the great volcanic infinity pool, to the 38 luxurious pavilions and 20 decadent villas guests are lucky enough to call home for a few days. Turks and Caicos offers more than just stunning beaches, and many would argue the most beautiful attractions are under the crystal waters that surround the island.
Just offshore Northwest Point Marine National Park encompasses 4,148 acres of marine preserve and provides some of the world’s best wall and reef diving. Sailing, kayaking, yoga and tennis are great ways to spend your days. Those in need of further relaxation can enjoy a number of massages, wraps, scrubs, beauty treatments, and even arrange private yoga, Pilates, or meditation with the resort’s Master in Residence. The property’s on-site Nature Discovery Centre reveals another side of the island, from the medicinal uses of the local plants to learning about turtle nesting site conservation. Pavilions are available in several locations on the property but all include three terraces, a king-sized bed, rain shower, twin vanities, and free-standing bathtub. For larger parties, we recommend the private multi-bedroom villa equipped with a personal chef, housekeeper, and golf carts to cruise the property.