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Amanyara is located on a private 1,000 foot white-sand beach on the northwest coast of Providenciales, the capital island of the Turks and Caicos.
Amanyara accommodation consists of timber pavilions nestled amongst lush vegetation, some situated on the edge of tranquil lakes, others located along the oceanfront, elevated above the waterline. At the heart of the Amanyara resort, a stunning 50-metre swimming pool and sun deck overlook the sea with a circular bar nearby.
The main restaurant at Amanyara serves fine Asian and Mediterranean cuisine with an emphasis on local seafood, whilst the Beach Club, located on a dune at the southern end of the sweeping white sand beach, provides an informal dining venue throughout the day.
Activities at Amanyara include a wide range of watersports. As well as snorkelling in the shallow turquoise waters, there are catamarans, Laser sailboats, boogie boards and sea kayaks.
With the coral reefs of Northwest Point Marine National Park directly offshore, Amanyara also offers easy access to some of the best dive sites in the Caribbean. Altogether, there are more than 1,000 square miles of coral reef encircling the islands, with excellent wall diving and a healthy marine environment.
Guests at Amanyara can enjoy diving the stunning coral walls of Northwest point, within easy reach. Our choice of dive operator have a professional team of dive instructors, and offer a range of dive courses from introduction through to advanced, and speciality courses. One of the great advantages of diving from Amanyara is that provided the weather co-operates, it is the only resort in the islands where you can be picked up off the beach by the dive boat.
Other facilities at Amanyara include two flood-lit clay tennis courts, a gym, a library and a top of the range spa offering a selection of massages and body treatments. The nature discovery centre is a must for kids, with the chance to see some marine species up close, and even take part in a turtle tagging project. There is also an 18-hole championship golf course 30 minutes' drive away.
Make sure you snack on fresh sashimi at the beach bar looking out over one of the island's greatest beaches.
Jacqui, Original Diver