A unique Caribbean experience in Turks and Caicos
Having opened its doors more than five years ago, Sailrock South Caicos in Turks and Caicos has perfected its combination of luxury, sustainability and service to offer a unique Caribbean experience that’s hard to find in the western hemisphere.
Located on the island of South Caicos, known in the Turks and Caicos Islands as “The Big South” and the fishing capital of the British Overseas Territory, the five-star resort and residential villa community recently chalked up a bevy of awards, including the World’s Leading Luxury Villa Resort 2022 at the World Travel Awards in November, and the 2023 Condé Nast Johansens Best Service Award of Excellence for the Americas.
“We’re very happy with the brand and what we’ve been able to achieve with a combination of 35 secluded residential homes and beach villas in this beautiful environment,” said Sailrock’s managing director Kashmie Ali, a veteran Caribbean hotelier who has transformed many resort projects through the decades – at locations in the Bahamas, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the Eastern Caribbean.
A short island-hop flight from Providenciales, home to the fourth-largest coral reef in the world, an abundance of clear blue waters, a plethora of outdoor activities, and miles of undiscovered land, are just some of the charms of South Caicos, which is just 18 square-miles.
Known for its barefoot brand of luxury, Sailrock is nestled privately along pristine beaches and is an idyllic setting for those seeking authentic experiences, including dining in the local community.
“We have really created a niche for ourselves compared to other places in this region because of that very authentic Turks and Caicos vibe, which makes us unique and special,” said Ali, whose resort…
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