Camp Sarika by Amangiri is surrounded by 600 hectares of raw wilderness in the heart of the Utah desert and will accommodate 30 guests in ten tented pavilions. Drawing inspiration from the open space and sky, the meaning of its Sanskrit name, Camp Sarika will be an ideal intimate setting with an otherworldly landscape. Offering a connection with nature that leaves city-life a distant memory, Camp Sarika’s design has been developed in timeless-tune with its inspiring environment. It forms an architectural statement and the first year-round camp of its kind in North America.
Camp Sarika is a 30-minute hike or a five-minute drive from Amangiri and guests can enjoy full access to the main resort’s facilities, it is also a 30-minute drive from the international airport located at the nearest town of Page. Ten tented pavilions, each with their own outdoor deck and private plunge pool are designed to provide guests with unparalleled views overlooking the striking flat-topped mesas. Situated in the main pavilion with both indoor and outdoor seating, the camp’s restaurant is helmed by Chef Anthony Marazita and features a rotisserie grill in the open kitchen, serving Southwestern Native American Cuisine.
Camp Sarika will allow guests to benefit from connecting with nature by increasing mindfulness and reducing stress. The two spa suites at the main pavilion will offer an extensive menu of spa therapies inspired by traditional Navajo wellness practices, as well as Aman’s Signature treatments. Exclusive to Camp Sarika, the ‘Desert Calm’ two-hour long spa treatment is designed to hydrate and soothe the body, mind and spirit. Guests can find new ground by taking part in yoga and guided meditation set in multiple settings. The camp will also offer morning and afternoon wellness experiences indoors and out, canyoneering, its own Via Ferrata route and horseback riding, as well as many other adventure activities.
The luxury camp will offer a private and peaceful connection with the surrounding landscape, while having all luxuries within close proximity. The camp’s remote location imbues a sense of community and exclusivity to those in residence, a nod to Aman’s trademark appreciation of a destination.