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TURKS AND CAICOS UNSPOILT BEAUT Y


Privacy is priority at the award-winning Turks and Caicos resort, COMO Parrot Cay. Guests can choose from spacious ocean facing rooms, lavish beach villas and prime private residences. Each villa and residence houses a private decking area, alfresco lounge and plunge pool, bordered by verdant jungle and on its own swathe of sugar-white sand – this is the pinnacle of Caribbean luxury.


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Famed amongst the rich and famous for its luxurious private villas and residences – the award-winning resort is set on its own private island with 1,000 unspoilt acres and mile-long beach. Get your island bearings on a cruiser bike and explore shady pathways through swatches of tropical forest, coconut and banana palms, before planting your own tree to be nurtured in the plantation. Take your adventure to the waves and explore the winding mangroves on a stand-up paddle board or kayaking safari, joining a seasoned guide through narrow channels on the


lookout for eagle rays, green turtles and schools of fish. Embark on a snorkelling tour of the vibrant reefs north of the island, inhabited by some of the richest marine life in the world.


Back on dry land, head to the island’s world-class wellbeing sanctuary, COMO Shambhala Retreat. Perfect Pranayama in an open-air pavilion with sweeping ocean views, discover the benefits of guided meditation or indulge in an Asian-inspired treatment, from Ayurveda to aromatherapy. Solitude seekers can arrange in-room spa treatments, personal training or unique dining experiences, from castaway picnics to BBQs. Toast your island experience with a creative cocktail and Caribbean fare at COMO Beach Club, overlooking the azure Atlantic.


For more information visit: comohotels.com/en/parrotcay/about


B A R B ADOS - RELAXED ST YLE


The Sandpiper is discreetly one of the most awarded luxury hotels in Barbados, a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World. The hotel is situated in St James on a beautiful sandy beach on the West Coast, gently lapped by turquoise waters and surrounded by lush tropical flora.


It offers just 50 suites and rooms, some with plunge pools, nestled among seven acres of lush seafront tropical gardens. From the garden rooms to the spellbinding treetop suites, you’ll have a choice of beautifully appointed private spaces.


Dining is offered in an al fresco restaurant with contemporary menus using organic local produce. Spend your time indulging your senses in the myriad garden paths, seeking out little corners for a moment’s peace, surrounded by breath-taking tropical flowers. Or soak up the sun on the stunning white sandy beach that fringes The Sandpiper.


When you’re ready for a cool drink and a spot of shade, make your way to the tree-shaded deck to breathe in the ocean views with a cool drink in hand and to treat your taste buds, delicious cuisine can be found at the iconic Harold's Bar. By night, fairy-tale gas torches light the way to the restaurant, guiding you through the


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hotel’s private gardens and epitomising the hotel’s inimitably serene ambience.


To fully experience everything the area has to offer, take a leisurely stroll along the pristine sand of the West Coast Beach, or hop across to the Coral Reef Club to immerse yourself in the spa, just one of the facilities shared by both resorts. Energetic types can work up a sweat playing tennis or on the water.


For further details visit sandpiperbarbados.com/contact-us/


TRAVE L CARIBBEAN DREAM


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