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Amangiri - Utah
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Amangiri is located in the southwest region of the USA also known as the Four Corners. Boasting one of the most dramatic landscapes in the USA with deep canyons and towering plateaus, the region has been home for centuries to the native Navajo and Hopi tribes yet is sparsely populated and presents the raw landscape for which the American Southwest has become famous. Amangiri has 34 suites, situated on 243 hectares in the middle of the Grand Circle of National Parks and Monuments. The resort is a 25-minute drive from the nearest town of Page, Arizona, a 20-minute drive from the Colorado River and a 15-minute drive to the shores of Lake Powell. Amangiri offers a diverse adventure program with excursions, canyon tours, boating trips on Lake Powell, scenic flights (by helicopter, small plane or hot air balloon), and privately-guided day trips. It also has a Aman Spa which offers treatments based on the ancient healing philosophies of the Navajo.

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Ecology and respect

Amangiri has ethanol eco-friendly burning fireplaces in each of the rooms, runs resort-wide recycling program and employee recycling program offered to offset the limited recycling programs in the town of Page. Amangiri has incentivized a employee-run Green Initiatives Committee. Moreover, re-fillable, non-leaching glass water bottles are used in guest suites at turn down. Onsite villas are harnessing geothermal energy for cooling purposes and they are heated by solar power. Zero Light or Scenic Pollution reduces harm to nocturnal environment and migratory patterns.

Cultural Awareness

Amangiri offers many cultural awareness events directed at educating our guests on the native culture, geology, and paleontology surrounding the region; regular complimentary geology lectures are offered so that guests can learn about the natural environment that surrounds the resort. Complimentary guided hikes are offered daily which teach guests about the local flora and fauna, and rock formations that exist on property. The hikes are on specific paths on property to preserve the fragile local plant life.

Navajo philosophy and local support

The Spa menu reflects the ancient healing philosophies of the Navajo; a local Navajo medicine man assisted with the development to ensure that the offerings were used in an appropriate and respectful manner. Amangiri supports several local non-profit tour vendors, the Grand Canyon Field Institute, Bryce Canyon Field Institute, and Zion Nation Park Field Institute. They also support local artists by showcasing their works in the onsite gallery.