Pine cay - the island
Pine Cay is an 800 acre private island with two miles of pristine beach in the Turks and Caicos Islands. You can truly “get away from it all” here. The waters surrounding Pine Cay contain a remarkable variety of marine habitats. Off shore there are miles of undisturbed barrier reefs. Vertiginous drop-offs and tidal flats are often only a few hundred yards apart. Coral, grass and mangrove communities make the area particularly interesting for studies in marine biology. Due to the diversity of habitats and variety of species the fishing is excellent.
There are many direct flights to The Turks and Caicos from the East Coast of America and Canada. British Airways operates flights via Antigua twice a week. The airport is on nearby Providenciales (PLS). Pine Cay is a short trip by boat or private aircraft from the main airport.