The Grand Canyon
With two billion years of history buried in its striking erosional forms and layers of geologic color, the Grand Canyon – one of the deepest gorges on Earth – never fails to overwhelm. Amangiri can arrange excursions to both the South Rim and more peaceful North Rim.
Zion National Park
A deep canyon with towering sandstone walls, Zion is home to an extraordinary range of of flora and fauna, as well as North America’s second-largest freestanding monolith, the Great White Throne. It offers superb hiking and sightseeing for all ages and ability levels –Guests can fly over Zion National Park as a combination to a Bryce Canyon Scenic Tour or hike at their own pace on many marked trails.
Defined by hundreds of sandstone pillars – hoodoos – Bryce Canyon is an otherworldly maze of gorges and grottos. Excellent hiking trails make Bryce a rewarding day trip – particularly in summer, when it offers respite from the high-season heat. Enjoy a scenic flight by helicopter or fixed-wing plane, or a private guided tour on the ground.
Encompassing almost 2,000 miles (3,219 kilometers) of shoreline, Lake Powell's glassy surface mirrors picturesque side canyons and secluded bays with sandy beaches - a view best captured during the winter months, when the lake appears in its purest, most unaltered state. With the marina located 45 minutes away from Amangiri, Lake Powell can be toured privately throughout the day from three to eight hours in length, and are captained by guides hand-picked by Amangiri.