Amanyara (peaceful place), is a secluded beachside resort situated on the northwest coast of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos. The island is one of the Turks and Caicos Islands, part of the British West Indies. The resort derives its name from aman, the Sanskrit word for 'peace', and yara, the word for 'place' in the language of the Arawak Amerindians, one of the region's first indigenous peoples. It enjoys a pristine location well removed from much of the development on the eastern side of the island.
From its secluded white-sand beach and unusual ironshore rocky coves, to the abundant marine life of its pristine reef walls, Amanyara embraces Northwest Point Marine National Park, an acclaimed area of 4,168 acres that provides some of the world's best wall and reef diving.
Offering exceptional scuba diving and snorkelling, the property enjoys a contemporary layout and design, with 38 timber-shingled guest pavilions, 20 villas, an Aman Spa, a Beach Club and a Nature Discovery Centre.