This Utah Retreat Is the Most Luxurious Glamping Experience in the U.S

Camp Sarika by Amangiri is redefining the entire luxury camping experience.

Swimming pool at tent in Camp Sarika
Photo: Courtesy of Amangiri

If getting away from it all for a while sounds like a dream then Camp Sarika is here to serve you.

On July 1, Camp Sarika by Amangiri will open its doors to a camping experience like no other. Nestled in the midst of 1,483 acres of wilderness in the middle of the Utah desert, Camp Sarika holds a maximum of 30 guests in 10 tented pavilions, meaning you’ll get to have all that space nearly to yourself.

The encampment itself sits on 136 stunning acres of land just a short 30-minute hike from its sister resort, Amangiri. Those staying at the camp will not only get to experience the great outdoors but will also have full access to the resort’s facilities.

So, what will you get with a stay at Camp Sarika by Amangiri? How about views for days of the nearby flat-topped mesas, along with an individual tent designed by San Francisco- and Johannesburg-based international design and development services firm, Luxury Frontiers, which also comes with both an outdoor deck and private plunge pool. Each tent is covered by soft canvas made from recycled plastic bottles and house custom-designed leather furniture and more. Guests can choose from one or two-bedroom tented options that each come with a living area, dining area, bar, and fire pit.

Tent in Utah at Camp Sarika
Courtesy of Amangiri

The campsite also comes with a main pavilion for gathering as well as two spa suites, a full restaurant, sun deck, swimming pool, and jacuzzi.

At the camp, come experience solitude, take a hike at the five nearby national parks including Zion, Grand Canyon, and Bryce, or try your hand at canyoneering or horseback riding. Guests at Camp Sarika can even arrange private tours by plane, helicopter, or hot air balloon to get a view of all of Mother Nature’s beautiful work from above. All this feels rather fitting when you learn the word Sarika is derived from the Sanskrit word for “open space” and “sky.”

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