Amanera and Amanyara, two Caribbean resorts surrounded by nature
Amanera, which means “peaceful waters”, and Amanyara, “peaceful place”, are two dream Caribbean resorts that are just perfect for relaxing and rediscovering yourself. These two pearls are part of the luxurious Aman hotels & Resorts destinations. Amanera, is located on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic, surrounded by the Cordillera mountain range. It offers a breathtaking view of the ocean, perched atop a cliff overlooking Playa Grande Beach. Amanera’s 24 Casitas are furnished with every amenity imaginable. Instead, if you desire a private garden and pool, the Bay View Casa is your best choice. In the resort’s restaurant, located in the main pavilion, you can enjoy typical Caribbean food, but also a vast variety of other dishes. The pavilion also offers a lounge, bar, boutiques, and a magnificent swimming pool overlooking the sea. At the Amanera Wellness Casa, you can regenerate yourself with exclusive beauty treatments and private yoga and pilates classes. The activities you can practice in the resort include golf, tennis, snorkelling, and also whale watching during the whale migration season. Amanyara, instead, is located on the Island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos archipelago. Its white sandy beach and rocky bay border on the Northwest Point Marine National Park, making Amanyara one of the most beautiful places in the world for diving and admiring its coral reef. Aman Resorts offers its guests the possibility to book private jets to reach the island. The resort includes 38 pavilions and 20 villas with their own chefs and butlers. Besides the impeccable amenities and service you will receive, in Amanyara you can also experience the beauty of an uncontaminated nature. At the on-site Nature Discovery Center, you can participate in the Sea Turtle initiative and track and tag sea turtles in the wild, assisting expert naturalists who are dedicated to protecting this species, or you can also take part in other programs created by teachers from the American Museum of Natural History.