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Parrot Cay

Turks & Caicos

Parrot Cay is one of the most secluded and exclusive resort islands in the northern Caribbean. Just 35 minutes by boat from Providenciales, Parrot Cay beckons with over a thousand acres of pristine white-sand beaches and lush tropical landscapes.

Parrot Cay is an island in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The island contains about 1,000 acres (405 ha) of land, a mile-long beach and features a high-end beach resort with 61 rooms.[1] Parrot Cay became a private island resort in 1998. It is located about 575 mi (925 km) south east of Miami, and can be reached by a 35-minute boat ride from Providenciales, the main island in Turks and Caicos.

Parrot Cay was originally created by a Kuwaiti family in 1988, who built the large structure that now functions as the resort’s main building. The Gulf War affected the finances of this family, and it remained empty until it was bought over and remade into a resort in 1998 by Singaporean hotelier Christina Ong for her COMO Hotels and Resorts group. It is said that her daughter Melissa Ong discovered the island during a diving trip.

The island was originally named Pirate Cay because of a local legend that famous female pirate Anne Bonny camped here in the 1720s. It was renamed Parrot Cay as to not frighten visitors.


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