Turks and Caicos Islands
The Turks and Caicos consist of 40 different islands and cays, only some of which are inhabited. There are eight major islands: Salt Cay, Grand Turk, Providenciales and the five Caicos islands (North, South, East, West and Middle Caicos). From the main tourist centre of Providenciales to the quiet and tranquil islands of North and Middle Caicos to the historic Capital Island of Grand Turk; each one offers a different experience and a unique character, but all offer year round great climate, beaches and underwater activities. One of the most valuable possessions of the islands are their white sandy beaches, which in total cover 230 miles and are complimented by the crystal clear waters. The islands are relatively flat but depending on the island, the terrain can vary from sand dunes to lush green vegetation.
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First and foremost it’s all about the beach. Parrot Cay’s beach is a long curving strip of blindingly white powdery sand - imagine a beach made of talcum powder and you’ll start to get the idea. Without exaggeration, it is probably one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean.
As a guest you don’t just have the beach to yourself, you have the island to yourself. The relaxed ambience has a lot to do with the fact that here there are no distractions. Here you can focus on the worthwhile simple things, such as swimming in the turquoise waters, playing on the islands two tennis courts, checking into the spa for a bit of ‘me’ time, or dining alfresco by the swimming pool by candlelight at night.
Parrot Cay is the essence of what it means to get away from it all.
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