You'd barely notice the exquisite Amanyara if you were just passing through, thanks to its low-lying rooflines, timber pavilions (some feature private pools) and the glassy blue sea stretching out behind it.
Located at Northwest point on the island of Providenciales or Provo as it is locally referred to, Amanyara (peaceful place) is nestled on the tip of a 2,025 hectare (5,000 acre) nature and wildlife reserve, with the widely-acclaimed reefs of the Northwest Point Marine Park just offshore.
All 40 timber shingled pavilions are identical in layout and design and fall into three categories based on their location and views: Pond Pavilions, Ocean Pavilions and Beach Pavilions. Arrival to a pavilion is by an entrance terrace that houses two daybeds.
The Turks and Caicos Islands are a premiere destination for beach and watersports enthusiasts. Amanyara’s watersports facility is located on the beachfront and provides Hobie cats, sailboats, ocean kayaks, boogie and paddle boards and snorkelling gear.
From December to June
Divers, take note: You can scuba dive the iconic Wall, which plunges 7,000 feet, or the wreck of the Endymion, an 18th-century British warship.
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