Ambergris Cay, home to Turks & Caicos Sporting Club, is an 1,100 –acre private residential island at the southeastern end of the Caicos Bank that has been under private ownership since 1811. With eight miles of waterfront, the private island is nearly 3.3 miles long by 1.5 miles wide and rises to 96 feet. More than 65 percent of Ambergris Cay is preserved to maintain its archaeological ruins and natural landscape.
Turks & Caicos Sporting Club, the private island of Ambergris Cay offers distinguished homesites, as well as first-rate amenities including the recently opened 5,700 foot private airstrip at Harold Charles International Airport, the longest private airstrip in the Caribbean. Harold Charles International Airport offers international certification, aircraft accommodations up to a GV and on-site Customs & Immigration. Turks & Caicos Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay offers members exclusive access to world-class outdoor pursuits including premiere bonefishing flats, deep sea and blue water fishing; PADI-certified SCUBA with expert Outdoor Pursuits Guides and staff; a deep water marina; an Environmental Learning Center with on-island naturalists; a luxury spa with private treatment rooms and wooden Japanese soaking tubs; and gourmet dining at Calico Jack Pavilion. The island is currently zoned for 550 homesites in neighborhoods such as Le Grand Cottages, Bonny Cove, Whale Watchers Point, Lightbourne Point, Astwood Ridge, etc. Ambergris Cay Map
Turks & Caicos Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay has formed partnerships with The San Diego Zoo and The Kew Royal Botanic Gardens of London to preserve the local flora and fauna native to the island. Ambergris Cay naturalists are working with The San Diego Zoo to preserve and translocate populations of the native Turks & Caicos Rock Iguana for repopulation on inhabited cays. The Kew Royal Gardens of London and Ambergris Cay are partners in an effort to collect endangered seeds from local plant species for contribution to The Millennium Seed Bank, a worldwide effort dedicated to safeguarding endangered plant species from around the globe. In an sincere effort to conserve and preserve the natural beauty of Ambergris Cay for generations to come, developers, staff, and members alike are taking great measures to protect this incredible oasis, Ambergris Cay.