Everyone dreams of those secluded Caribbean islands tucked away somewhere between the cobalt sea and the blue sky, a place out of time and away from the hustle of life. Pine Cay Turks and Caicos islands is just that: a two-mile stretch of perfect beach in a crystal ocean, seemingly untouched by the worries of the world. A privately owned island occupied by just 36 homeowners and a small resort, it is the perfect place for a dream getaways in a place that would seem impossible to find for most.
The Meridian Club, the only resort on the island, has only 12 rooms, a clubhouse, a restaurant, spa and one very private Sand Dollar Cottage. As such it is the very definition of exclusivity. So much in fact that the very terms ‘Pine Cay Turks and Caicos’ have become to mean seclusion and privacy for celebrities for years.
Pine Cay Turks and Caicos
On an island as small as this there is practically no pollution. The ocean all around is virtually untouched and has an underwater visibility often exceeding 100 feet with a teeming marine life. There are no cars, TVs, radios and phones getting in the way of enjoying life. Like a world out of time the island sits underneath clear skies with views all around. At night the entire universe seems to come visible above.
The resort and the few homes were built here with the environment in mind. The only means of transportation are by golf cart and bicycle or boat. There is just small airstrip to accommodate smaller aircraft and helicopters.
Pine Cay Turks and Caicos is probably one of the most secluded and private islands in the world. It was the first island to be developed for tourism in the Turks and Caicos and has remained one of the best getaways a dreamer could want.