About Pearls TCI
For the traveller seeking a private oasis in the Turks and Caicos, there’s a seaside trio of villas that embody island elegance. We call them the Pearls of Long Bay.
Tucked amongst vibrant flowering trees along the white sandy shores of Long Bay Beach, our villas offer more than just a place to rest your head. At the Pearls of Long Bay, we’ve created an indulgent experience in the form of a peaceful sanctuary, complete with a private lagoon and sweeping views of the ocean, all set on one of the most secluded beaches in the Turks & Caicos. If it’s island magic you seek — you’ve come to the right place.
A blissful island retreat is within arm’s reach. Come experience it for yourself at the Pearls and Long Bay.
Three miles of the silkiest white sands, paired with an electric-blue sea and cooling tradewinds recently landed Long Bay Beach in Conde Nast Traveller as one of the best island beaches in the world. It’s the ideal beach for lounging, swimming, kayaking, kiteboarding — you name it. And forget the crowds. You won’t find them on Long Bay. There are stretches of beach where you’re unlikely to see anyone at all. And you came to the Turks & Caicos for peace and quiet, to get away from it all, didn’t you? The moment you step foot in the sand, consider your mission accomplished.
If you came for an adventure, you have options, too. Activities include horseback riding on the beach, kiteboarding lessons from one of our island’s top-notch kiting schools (all found on Long Bay Beach), or a day of kayaking. Long Bay’s shallow waters also make it ideal for kids. There’s something for everyone.
A British Overseas Territory less than two hours from Miami and four hours from New York, the Turks & Caicos is a chain of islands just southeast of the Bahamas. Of the 40 islands and cays that make up the Turks & Caicos (also known as TCI), only eight are inhabited.
Providenciales is the main hub of the country and home to our international airport (PLS). TCI is home to several world-class beaches, restaurants, countless water-sport activities, a golf course and more — all of which are a short driving distance from the Pearls of Long Bay. English is the official language of the islands, and the country’s currency is the U.S. dollar.