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Aman Venice, VENICE, ITALY
Amanjena, MARRAKECH, MORROCCO
Amanera, PUERTO PLATA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Amanyara, TURKS AND CAICOS
Amanganim, JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING
Amangiri, CANYON POINT, UTAH
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Venice to Utah 2021
Aman Jet Expedition

february 16 - march 2, 2021
Journey from the Renaissance city of Venice to the frontier lands of Utah,
in this new signature Aman Jet Expedition by Remote Lands, spanning three continents.

Italy - Morocco - Dominican Republic - Turks and Caicos - USA

$98,888

Starting price per person based on double occupancy
Limited to 8 or 9 couples.

Your Private Jet

Airbus ACJ 319
  • Fitted with 19 seats, instead of 130
  • ‘Cocktail party in the sky’ atmosphere
  • Three spacious lounges & bathrooms
  • Two pilots, two flight attendents, one chef & one engineer
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1
Aman Venice, Venice, Italy
  • Your journey begins in Venice, where you will stay on the Grand Canal, in a 16th century Renaissance palace lovingly converted into a hotel by Aman.

  • Aman Venice is one of the eight great Venetian palazzi. Above: the first-floor piano nobile, traditionally the grandest floor of the palazzo.

  • There are 24 rooms and suites, varying in size and configuration, and featuring works by a number of Italy’s greatest artists. Above: the Alcova Tiepolo Suite, with its magnificent Chinoiserie murals and frescoed ceilings by the 18th century painter.

  • The rear garden by the canal. Aman Venice is the only palazzo with two private gardens.

  • The menu at Avra is designed by consultant chef Norbert Niederkolfer, who earned Restaurant St. Hubertus three Michelin stars. The restaurant’s philosophy is to focus on locally grown ingredients. Sustainable, seasonal produce is sourced from the Rialto market, Venetian lagoon and islands.

  • Explore Venice at your own pace with your own private car, driver and guide. Piazza San Marco, the Basilica and the Palazzo Ducale are just a short distance away, across the Grand Canal.

  • Be sure to take a gondola ride on the Grand Canal.

2
Amanjena, Marrakech, Morocco
  • From one fabled city to another, jet to Moorish-tinged Amanjena on the outskirts of the Red City, Marrakech.

  • Amid shady courtyards with petal-strewn fountains, traditional earth-toned pisé-de-terre walls give way to the central bassin that nourishes the gardens.

  • Palatial Amanjena recalls the rose-hued facades of old Marrakech, with its vaulted ceilings, Moorish arches and open spaces reflecting the surrounding Sahara.

  • The Pavilions and Maisons are cool, elegant dwellings with Berber carpets scattered over zellij-tiled floors. The sound of running water emanates from the fountains, while chaise longues and lanterns conjure classic Moroccan ambience.

  • Above: The Pavilions’ green marble bathtub.

  • Above: Bab Agnaou, the 12th century gates of Marrakech’s ancient walled kasbah, is one of a number of historic sites that we recommend seeing with your private car, driver and guide.

  • Explore the winding souks of the ancient Medina, before soaking up the atmosphere of Djemaa El - Fna, Marrakech’s main square, which could be straight from the pages of Arabian Nights.

3
Amanera, Dominican Republic
  • Enjoy the trans-Atlantic flight in the space and comfort of your customized Airbus ACJ319, before landing in the Dominican Republic where you will stay at the boutique beach retreat of Amanera.

  • Above: Unobstructed ocean views from your casita.

  • Amanera is situated on the Dominican Republic’s rainforested north shore, set just back from the palm-fringed Playa Grande Beach.

  • The resort is a beach, jungle and adventure paradise, with horse riding, kitesurfing and guided mountain treks through a protected nature reserve available. Intrepid guests can try canyoning and rappelling, zip-lining, deep-sea fishing and more.

  • We recommend a leisurely eco-tour, on a stand-up paddleboard, through the secluded mangroves of Laguna Gri Gri, an important local ecosystem.

  • Appreciate the Dominican Republic’s finer traditions, with an evening of hand-rolled cigars and rum. Learn how to make an Amanera Old Fashion, sip the best local rums and pair with one of 50+ cigars and famous Dominican organic chocolate.

4
Amanyara, Turks and Caicos
  • Your Carribean sojourn continues at the ultra-secluded Amanyara, on the tiny island of Providenciales in the Turks & Caicos archipelago.

  • Amanyara’s standalone Pavilions are nestled in coastal lush vegetation, overlooking the nature reserves’ ponds or the ocean. Overhanging eaves shade terraces on three sides of each Pavilion, accessed via floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

  • Amanyara is totally cocooned from the rest of the world, set on the shores of an 18,000 acre nature reserve, overlooking nearly a mile of idyllic white sand private beach.

  • Sailing, kayaking and kiteboarding are available marine activities, to name a few. Should you wish to join, we have arranged a private yacht excursion for the group, to explore the coastline of Providenciales and the surrounding islands and cays. Enjoy the deserted beaches and world- class snorkelling, take a jet ski out for a spin, go tubing or just enjoy cocktails and the excellent local produce.

  • The turquoise waters of North West Point Marine National Park provide access to some of the finest scuba-diving and snorkelling in the Turks and Caicos. The resort also has a number of motorized seabobs to explore the underwater world.

  • Above: One of several private coves at Amanyara.

5
Amangani, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
  • The concluding stage of the journey takes you to the great American wilderness, where you will stay at two of the most spectacular properties in Aman’s portfolio.

  • Amangani is a secluded hilltop retreat on the fringes of Grand Teton National Park, with sweeping views of Snake River Valley. The world-class ski resort Jackson Hole is adjacent.

  • Design style evokes the American West’s pioneering days with its redwood panelling and blazing log fires. All rooms have terraces or balconies with mountain views.

  • Above: The view from the hot tub.

  • Skiers and snowboarders may spend a whole day at Jackson Hole, a vast 2,500 acre skiing area with thirteen lifts, one of which serves arguably the greatest vertical drop in North America (4,139ft). Above: The view of Cody Bowl at JHMR.

  • Amangani’s extraordinary wilderness setting provides plenty of adventure options including Snowmobiling, backcountry mountaineering (above), snowcat powder skiing, heli-skiing, Snow-Shoeing and Yellowstone photography tours by helicopter, to name a few.

  • Above: Dog sledding to a nomadic wilderness dwelling, located on the Continental Divide near Grand Teton National Park.

6
Amangiri, Canyon Point, Utah
  • Conclude your journey at the remote Amangiri, a 600-acre wilderness outpost in Canyon Point, Southern Utah, in possibly the most dramatic natural setting for any Aman. Blending into the surrounding red rock country, Amangiri required an Act of Congress to be passed so it could be built here.

  • This is a primordial land of mesas, mountains, deserts, gorges and slot canyons, charting millions of years of history. Ochre in the morning light, apricot by midday, pink at dusk, the geology of the Grand Staircase-Escalante is an ever-shifting palette.

  • Open and minimal, with clean lines, white stone floors, timber and blackened steel fittings, each Suite is designed to reflect the surrounding Utah desert. All feature an outdoor lounge and fireplace with expansive desert views.

  • Above: Sitting out underneath the desert stars.

  • Several unique private touring opportunities present themselves here including exploring Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, and the “Three Canyon Hike” to three iconic canyons of the southeast. Both are led by Navajo guides. Other activities include horse riding, boating on Lake Powell, UTV excursions and helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon.

  • Above: Challenging via ferrata hiking and climbing for experienced hikers, led by expert guides.

  • This concludes your epic journey from the heart of Renaissance Europe to the heartlands of the Navajo people. Above: Broken Arrow Cave, an ancient site containing 6,000 year old artifacts and petroglyphs.

  • Stay at six Amans in just one journey.

  • Fly aboard an Airbus ACJ 319, fitted with just 19 seats (instead of 130) and furnished with sofas and coffee tables, encouraging a “cocktail party in the sky” atmosphere.

  • Handpicked special experiences including art, culture, outdoor adventure and more, thoughtfully curated by Remote Lands’ expert team and Aman’s concierge.

  • Over the span of two weeks, explore four very different worlds; Renaissance Italy and Medieval Arabia, isolated beaches and biospheres in the Caribbean, and the vast and epic landscapes of the American West.

  • You will have your own private driver and guide at your disposal throughout the journey, allowing you the freedom and flexibility to choose your own path.

Venice to Utah

FEBRUARY 16 - MARCH 2, 2021

At a Glance
  • Aman Venice Venice, italy
    3 Nights
  • Amanjena Marrakech, Morocco
    3 Nights
  • Amanera Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
    2 Nights
  • Amanyara Turks and Caicos
    2 Nights
  • Amangani Jackson Hole, Wyoming
    3 Nights
  • Amangiri Canyon Point, Utah
    3 Nights

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Catherine Heald

Co-Founder & Ceo
Remote Lands

Catherine is an adventurer, an Asiaphile and a serial entrepreneur. She describes her greatest fear in life as mediocrity, and her second greatest as boredom -- and the combination being the stimulus for Remote Lands. A former software engineer, technology entrepreneur and founder of three software companies since 1989, she considers herself lucky to have found her true calling at the age of 42, and to have been able to turn her life's passion for Asian travel into her profession.

Wanderlust is in Catherine's blood, inherited from her great-grandparents from Pittsburgh who circumnavigated the world multiple times in the 19th century on Asian art and antique-buying trips. Catherine's Asia obsession began back in 1985 when she read James Clavell's 'Tai Pan' and was instantly smitten. She had already lived in France and had traveled widely throughout Europe, but she had never been to Asia, and was determined to go. In 1987 she flew to Hong Kong with two phone numbers in her pocket and her total savings of $1,000, got a job selling Apple computers, and ended up staying for seven years -- travelling constantly all over Asia and the world for both business and pleasure.

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Remote Lands is the world’s leading tour operator focusing on luxe and intrepid Asia.

Travel with us and you will experience the finest that Asia has to offer, from the very best hotels to unique experiences with remote cultures far from the beaten path. Our attention to detail, personalized service, creativity, and deep knowledge of Asia set us apart and guarantee you many an enthralling tale of adventure upon your return home.

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