Amanyara

    After a 45-minute journey from Grace Bay, guests arrive to Amanyara’s haven of reflecting pools and timber-shingled, glass-walled pavilions. The 40 identical structures are scattered throughout the property, either on the edges of ponds or along the beachfront, and are hidden from each other by indigenous foliage. Soaring roofs frame views of Amanyara’s coves and sandy beaches. Accommodations Forty contemporary pavilions located beside ponds or along the beachfront. Privately owned villas on the property also can be booked through the resort. Recreation Diving, snorkeling, catamaran sailing, and fishing. Providenciales’ 18-hole golf course is 30 minutes away. Dining Locally caught seafood is prepared in Asian and Mediterranean styles at the main restaurant. Worthy Diversion Charter a boat and dive for conch. When you return to the resort, have Amanyara’s chefs prepare your catch in a spicy conch salad. Rates Pond Pavilions from $1,000, Ocean Pavilions from $1,300, and a four-bedroom Ocean Villa from $6,750.

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