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Pack Your Bags And Embrace Pure Escapism At This Dreamy Desert Hotel

By Morgan Reardon
15th Nov 2019

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Want to know what one of the biggest travel trends for 2020 is? It’s all about escapism. That’s right, in the new year people want to zen out away from the hustle and bustle of big cities and we think we might have found the perfect, wanderlust-filled location for doing just that. 

Launching April 2020, you’ll want to pack your bags and make a beeline to Camp Sarika. The camp—which is a term we use loosely when looking at these beautiful digs—comes to us from the game-changing Amangiri resort in Utah. 

Like the resort, Camp Sarika is located in the heart of the Utah desert, but this special spot is even more remote, offering guests a true form of escapism and adventure. The unique camp is surrounded by 600 hectares of raw wilderness including five national parks providing a serious ‘pinch me’ moments. 

The camp will feature 10 swanky tented pavilions along with a common pavilion, restaurant and lounge areas, as well as two spa suites, a swimming pool and a Jacuzzi.

Claiming unobstructed views of the mesas or facing west to catch the sunset every evening, the tented pavilions will feature one to two bedrooms, as well as a living area, dining room, a bar, a private spacious terrace with a fire pit and an individual heated plunge pool perfect for sinking wines in at night. 

This place is all about connecting with nature with spa therapies inspired by traditional Navajo wellness practices, while there’s daily yoga and guided meditation on the terrace. Once you’re feeling rested and resorted, pull on your trainers and explore the area with the camp offering desert and mountain hiking with its own trail system, as well as horseback riding. Round out your days with storytelling and star gazing around the fire every evening. 

Sounds like pure bliss to us. We reckon it’s time to book in that annual leave for April 2020 now. 

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Image Credit: Amangiri 

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