Ambergris Cay is also known geographically as “Big Ambergris Cay” (as opposed to its uninhabited neighbor, Little Ambergris Cay). The Google Map coordinates are 21.303943, -71.633872
International flights to Turks and Caicos arrive at the Providenciales International Airport (PLS) on the main island of Providenciales, called “Provo” for short. Ambergris Cay guests are met at the PLS Airport for the 20-minute private air transfer flight to the private Ambergris Cay airport which has the longest private runway in the Caribbean (5,700 ft. in length, suitable for even private jets). Guests enjoy complimentary roundtrip private air transfers from PLS to Ambergris Cay. Please contact reservations to coordinate your flight arrangements. We require that guests must arrive by 4pm to Provo in order to make the daytime flight connection.
|Atlanta, Georgia||Boston, Massachusetts|
|Charlotte, North Carolina||Chicago, Illinois|
|Fort Lauderdale, Florida
|New York City, New York|
|Newark, New Jersey|
|Toronto, Ontario||Montreal, Quebec|
|London, England via Antigua|
For US, Canadian and British citizens, a valid passport and a roundtrip ticket are required. For citizens of other countries, please check with the TCI Immigration Department website to see if a visa is required here.
The climate is tropical with an average temperature year-round of 82F degrees (27C) with over 350 days of sunshine. The island has a dry terrain with unpaved coral limestone roads, low density development, native flora species such as the Turks Head cactus and fauna such as the protected rock iguanas. Cooling trade winds grace the island throughout the year.
Ambergris Cay provides complimentary Wi-Fi internet access in guest suites and public areas.
Cell phone service is available through FLOW, a local Turks and Caicos phone company operating on the 850 and 1900 GSM bands. Please check with your cell phone carrier to verify your roaming coverage with FLOW.
Ambergris Cay uses the same electrical voltage and power outlets as the US and Canada (120V/60Hz).
A self-sustained island, Ambergris Cay generates its own electricity and fresh water. We have constant electricity provided by our own power plant. Fresh water is provided through our own reverse osmosis water purification system.