Remote Lands Debuts New Private Jet Expedition With Aman Hotels

Remote Lands, the luxury tour operator offering bespoke travel and small-group private jet journeys, has announced its newest expedition. From January 21, 2023, to February 4, 2023, it will offer an itinerary through the United States, Bermuda, Turks and Caicos, Dominican Republic, and Mexico. Throughout this 14-night journey, just 14 guests will fly aboard a Global Express 6000 jet and stay in five Aman properties.

New York (January 21-23)

Guests will begin their journey at the newly opened Aman New York in New York City, home to world-class museums, Broadway performances and acclaimed restaurants and nightlife. With 83 guestrooms and suites designed by architect Jean-Michel Gathy in the iconic Crown Building in the heart of midtown Manhattan at 57th Street and Fifth Avenue, guests will enjoy their very own metropolitan adventure. Itinerary options will include stops to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met), Central Park, Empire State Building, a private helicopter tour and much more.

Bermuda and Turks & Caicos (January 23-26)

En route to Turks and Caicos is a touchdown on the British colonial island of Bermuda, where guests will explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of St. George Old Town and walk on the pink sand beaches.

Delving deeper into the tropics is Turks and Caicos, beyond the southern tip of the Bahamian Archipelago with some of the world’s top coral reefs and beaches. Guests will have flexibility in choosing from an array of activities on both land and sea, including house reef snorkeling, kiteboarding, hobie cat sailing, yacht excursions and more. A beachside cocktail party with a marine biologist as well as a kayak eco-tour spotlighting the iguana sanctuary and coastal ecology of the island rounds out the stay. For this leg of the journey, guests will stay in Amanyara’s Pavilions, located amidst 18,000 acres of nature preserves.

Dominican Republic (January 26-29)

The third stop on the jet adventure is the Dominican Republic, one of the Caribbean's most geographically diverse countries. Itinerary highlights include day trips to Colonial Santo Domingo, a 15th-century city and Puerto Plata, the oldest town in the area that offers city and coast views. Additional options include a private ceviche cooking class with a top local chef as well as reef and wreck diving in Sosua. To celebrate the very best of the traditions within the Dominican Republic, a private rum and cigar class led by Juan Carlos Albert of Arturo Fuento will educate guests on how to blend, roll and distinguish cigars.

Guests will stay at Amanera, perched above the golden sands of Playa Grande Beach.

Canyon Point, Utah (January 29-February 1)

Situated in the "Wild West," Canyon Point has a landscape of dramatic canyons, mountains, rapids, gorges and desert, with traces of human life dating back 10,000 years. Here, the accommodations of Amangiri await travelers, serving as an ideal backdrop of unobstructed desert and canyon views. Activities pay homage to the destination, including a three-hour canyon hike led by a Navajo guide, and petroglyph and ancient culture exploration with an expert guide at Broken Arrow Cave to learn about 6,000 years’ worth of local history. Additional activities include via ferrata climbing, Amangiri’s on-property rock-climbing site; Zion National Park; UTV excursions; hot air balloon rides and a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon. To wind down, spa treatments, cocktails and dinners inspired by Navajo tribal cuisine and an array of resort activities await. 

Jackson Hole, Wyoming (February 1-4)

The final stop in this North American journey is Jackson Hole, Wyoming, a destination flanked by dramatic mountain ranges. Amangani offers a variety of activities, including skiing across a range spanning over 2,500 acres; snowshoeing in Grand Teton National Park; dog sledding; heli-skiing; a private tour of Yellowstone National Park; sunset sleigh rides and more.

The Adventures in the Americas journey will be led by Catherine Heald, CEO and co-founder of Remote Lands, on January 21 to February 4, 2023. Children are welcome. While Remote Lands will not require proof of vaccination, travelers must abide by all local government health protocols within each destination.

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