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COMO Parrot Cay welcomes guests on the most exclusive private island of the Caribbean again

With its secluded villas and residences on a mile-long, white sandy beach, the COMO Parrot Cay on the Turks & Caicos is considered the most exclusive private island in the Caribbean. Now the price-crowned Resort finally welcomes international guests after a long Corona break again. Brand new are special beach houses for families and a large pool only for adults.

The new beach houses have two bedrooms, large living areas, an outdoor lounge and terrace area and private pools overlooking the turquoise blue ocean. A personal butler is available for each villa to arrange unique experiences on and off the island – from yoga classes and beach picnics to stand-up paddling through the mangroves and dinner at the villa.

The new adult only pool offers direct access to the COMO Beach Club and the COMO Shambhala Spa. Sporty active guests of the COMO Parrot Cay can paddle by kayak through the dense mangroves and observe wildlife or discover some hidden bays by bike. The Kids Club takes the youngest guests on explorations through the banana plantation or to the beach where they can learn more about the sea and its inhabitants.

The Turks & Caicos archipelago is located about 900 kilometers southeast of Miami and consists of eight main islands and more than 40 smaller cays. One of them is Parrot Cay. The resort can be reached from Providenciales International Airport in about 50 minutes by car and boat. The private transfers there and back can be booked for USD 199 per person. The cheapest room is currently available for a one-week stay from USD 732 per night and the cheapest villa from USD 2,285 – both including taxes and fees.

Click here for the COMO Parrot Cay website

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