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With a Caribbean horizon spread before it, and back-dropped by a vast tropical wilderness, the Amanyara resort sits in seclusion on the western shore of Providenciales – a back-to-nature retreat beside the unspoilt reefs of Northwest Point Marine National Park.

On the ivory-sand Atlantic shores of Providenicales, Amanyara’s Residences promise the laid-back indoor/outdoor lifestyle of the Caribbean, tempered with the luxury and privacy of Aman living.

Located on 18,000 acres of untouched nature, the resort and residences are designed in harmony with their tropical wilderness setting. Dramatic rooflines emerge from the foliage in a landscape of private gardens and tranquil reflecting ponds.

Designed by master architect Jean-Michel Gathy, the revered luxury hotel designer created the residences to mirror the layout of Amanyara as a whole, making each one a resort in itself – a personal sanctuary where intimacy and space coexist.

Extending more than 10,000 sq ft, Amanyara’s three- to five-bedroom residences are built for relaxed all-weather living, with outdoor bathroom courtyards, sunken alfresco dining areas and extensive lawns.

Each Turks & Caicos villa occupies a private plot of up to two acres, the Residences comprise between three and five bedroom pavilions, living dining/spaces and separate kitchens, all set around infinity pools in black volcanic rock and framed by serene lakes and ponds.

On a rocky promontory between a marine park and a nature reserve, Amanyara is a unspoilt corner of paradise, with the undersea spectacle of a pristine barrier reef, a secluded 800-metre beach and tropical forests rich in wildlife just steps from the resort.

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Updated on May 31, 2021 at 7:05 pm

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