Parrot Cay

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COMO Parrot Cay is a 1,000 acre private resort island and the perfect hide away for the affluent traveler to be pampered while enjoying seclusion and obscurity. Visitors are spoiled at this award winning five star island which boasts 74 suites and villas offering “foot-in-the-sand luxury”. The island is a popular retreat for celebrities who have fallen in love with the altruistic hospitality which is as exceptional as the natural beauty of Parrot Cay.

Find healing through yoga and the Ayurvedic therapies offered at the COMO Shambhala Spa, or just laze the day away at COMO Beach Club, a beach bar overlooking the ocean. Seek adventure on the water, windsurfing or sailing a catamaran, or under it, with some of the best diving in the world. Dine poolside on local delicacies, or sample global dishes from Thailand, Japan, and Italy. 

How to get to Parrot Cay?

After arrival at Providenciales Airport (PLS) and a drive across the the island on Leeward highway to Leeward dock, the 25 minute trip by water serves as a passage from one world to another reality with tranquility.

Transport with the jet-driven vessel cuts a beautiful way through crystal clear seas. You will see miles of deserted white sandy beaches.

Fun Facts about the Island

Three hundred years ago, Parrot Cay (name of the island, originally Pirate Cay) was a perfect hiding place for pirates waiting to attack Spanish treasure fleets, or for hiding from the authorities, with Anne Bonny the most well known among the vagabonds. She set camped on the highest point of the island, where Pirate House, one of our private estate, is now located ; offering spectacular view overlooking at the horizon.
Legend said that there is a treasure burried some where on the island.

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