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Amanwana, Bali - Resort AccommodationAman, a pioneer of transformational travel, celebrates its 35th anniversary this year with a series of rare adventures that are designed to suit every kind of Aman traveller. From multi-property itineraries in one destination to solo sojourns in the last Buddhist Kingdom, Aman offers new itineraries that promise to enrich and awaken body, mind, and spirit. The article highlights some of the great escapes and adventures available with Aman, including a solo sojourn in Bhutan’s Amankora, Sri Lanka’s south coast, Japan’s three properties, and Bali’s five properties. In addition, the article also explores three tented camps across the globe that provide guests with an opportunity to reconnect with Mother

Nature. These adventures offer an experience of escapism and adventure that is well-suited for larger groups looking for a special place to come together.

Aman Villas at Nusa Dua, Indonesia - Villa 1 Swimming Pool

Aman Villas at Nusa Dua, Indonesia – Villa 1 Swimming Pool

Aman, the luxury hotel brand that pioneered the concept of transformational travel, has been delighting travellers with its unique experiences for 35 years. Aman’s philosophy is to care for the environments it inhabits and integrate sensitively into its surrounding landscapes, respecting local cultures and traditions. Aman offers multi-stop journeys that enrich and awaken body, mind, and spirit, as well as far-flung destinations that offer the Aman benchmarks of peace, privacy, and serenity. In 2023, Aman offers rare adventures that are designed to suit every kind of traveller, from those seeking cultural immersion to those seeking an escape into nature.

Great Escapes

Aman’s multi-property itineraries in one destination offer guests an opportunity to uncover the fabric and intricacies of a single region effortlessly, all in the safety and comfort of Aman. Aman’s great escapes include the solo sojourn in the last Buddhist Kingdom, Amankora; Sri Lanka’s south coast, including Amangalla and Amanwella; the journey through Japan, including Aman Kyoto, Aman Tokyo, and Amanemu; and Bali’s extraordinary Indonesia, including Amankila, Amandari, Amanjiwo, Amanwana, and Aman Villas at Nusa Dua.

A solo sojourn in the last Buddhist Kingdom – Amankora

The eastern Himalayas is home to Bhutan, the only surviving Buddhist kingdom, which has long been a pioneer in welcoming only a handful of travellers to its pristine mountain realm each year. Amankora is the first and only hotel brand to offer five lodges across Bhutan’s central and western valleys, presenting a new adventure in 2023 specifically designed for solo travellers to intimately experience one of the most remote environments on earth. The nine-night stay includes complimentary daily excursions across valleys accompanied by an expert guide, all meals, in-house beverages, passes, and permits for the most seamless of solo journeys, ensuring a safe yet culturally enriching experience.

Sri Lanka’s south coast – Amangalla and Amanwella

Sri Lanka’s two properties, Amangalla and Amanwella, create the most harmonious of journeys, separated by just over an hour’s drive. While Amanwella offers the coastal seclusion for which the island is renowned, the lofty ceilings of Amangalla welcome guests inside the historic Galle Fort with gracious colonial grandeur – perfect for families seeking a trip that balances cultural immersion and relaxation on the beach. The five or seven-night Fort & Beach journey includes daily breakfast, afternoon tea, and inter-resort transfers, alongside several experiences to showcase the very best of Sri Lanka, from a guided tour of Galle Fort and a visit to a Cinnamon Plantation with a private picnic.




Written by: Anne Keam