Town & Country: Summer Vacation 2020 Was a Bust but Fall Is a Better Time to Travel Anyway
Publication: Town & Country
Published: September 15, 2020
Written By: Leena Kim
Town & Country explores how the barring of American travelers into the European Union has led to an increase in domestic travel. Kim, Town & Country’s assistant editor, also presents a case for “the autumn trip” being the new summer vacation. “The crowds are thinning out but the weather is predictably beautiful”, says Julien Surget, Amangiri‘s GM. With strict COVID-19 prevention measures in place and more temperate weather compared to summer, Camp Sarika is “… a better place with a better view” to work from than the home office.
“With just 34 suites and one villa, Amangiri is made for social distancing. So too is its new sister property, Camp Sarika, an ultra-luxurious encampment of ten tented pavilions just a five minute drive from the main hotel.”
Camp Sarika by Amangiri, designed by Luxury Frontiers, is described as “… seemingly in the middle of nowhere”, a perfect location for guests not only looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, but also those seeking isolation and reconnection with nature— the same nature depicted as being “… nothing but desert, sagebrush, and dramatic sandstone mesas that glow in hues of beige, burnt siena, and mauve following the arc of the sun.”
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