Well prepared BEFORE YOU TRAVEL

Once you’ve booked, a contract and
a complete welcome package will be sent to you.
This document provides information on:

  • Who to call! Local property management contacts
  • How to get to the villa
  • Where to buy groceries
  • Internet, TV, safes, cell phones, power plugs and voltage
  • Water and Ice
  • Laundry
  • Storage
  • Pool
  • Pool and Beach Towels
  • Beach access and chairs
  • Water and electricity conservation
  • Weather
  • Language
  • Money, ATMs and Credit/Debit Cards
  • Health and Medical
  • Customs Information
  • Airport Check-In Times
  • Fire and emergencies

That being said, here are some answers to questions you may have:

How can I get from Providenciales International Airport to White Villas?

It’s a easy 15-20 minute drive. The directions are clearly explained in your welcome package. It’s ideal to rent a vehicle and drive in.

Is there any cleaning included?

Our villa will be cleaned to excellent quality standards prior to your arrival. Mid-week maid service and personal laundry can be arranged for an additional fee.

Where is your villa located?

White Villas is located at 62 Long Bay Beach, on the island of Providenciales, in Turks and Caicos. The villa is located across a secluded beach access. It takes 3 minutes to walk from the villa to the beach. By car, Grace Bay, restaurants, grocery stores and other shops are only 5 minutes away.

Can we see the ocean from the villa?

Yes. The terrace is 13 feet high and there is no construction in front. The ocean view is simply spectacular.

Is Turks and Caicos a safe place to visit?

Turks and Caicos is one of the safest islands in the Caribbean. Feel free to walk around and enjoy the beaches, shops, bars and restaurants.

When is the best time to visit Turks and Caicos?

The climate in the islands is generally hot and dry, with an average yearly temperature of 80° F (26° C). Average rainfall is only 33” (83 cm). May to October are called the hot months, and November to April the cool months. However, the average monthly variation between the hot and cool months is only about 7° C. In other words, the weather is excellent throughout the year. Although note that hurricane season is between August and November, with potential activity being mostly between the end of August and early September.

What are the windiest months?

Except for the months of September and October, the wind (especially on Long Bay Beach) is present all year long. In fact, chances are of getting wind strength of 4 Beaufort varies between 35% to 59%.

Why is Long Bay Beach so well known for Kiteboarding?

It’s an ideal beach for both the novice and advanced kiteboarder. Three miles of sandy beach, warm turquoise flat water, and steady winds, ten months out of the year, make Long Bay a kiteboarding paradise. What you won’t find on Long Bay are rocks, gusty winds, currents, sea urchins, and obstacles. The flat water eliminates shorebreak, making the water very easy to access. Hop on your board and sail through miles of shallow flat water, or, stand in waist deep water while learning all about the exciting sport of kiteboarding.

Other information

Viewing Pictures of The Construction

Villa 1 – June 2015

July 2015

August 2015

 

September 2015

October 2015

November 2015

December 2015

January 2016

February 2016

March 2016

April 2016

Villa 2 – November 2016

February 2017

February 2017

March 2017

April 2017

May 2017

June 2017

July 2017

Meet The Owners

Greetings! We’re Simon, Pina and our son Max. A Canadian family that needed more sunshine in their life. Being from the North, our winters are long and harsh, and we really wanted to be able to live outdoors most of the time. Turks and Caicos offers countless, warm, sunny days, plus a safe, comfortable environment that caters to all our needs. We’d visited over 15 Caribbean islands before arriving in Providenciales and sinking our toes into soothing Long Bay beach. My wife Pina and I immediately fell in love with the place and decided Provo was going to be our home. After years of hard work, we picked the perfect spot and built the White Villas collection, thinking that our guests may also be looking for the same thing: a beautifully designed space that encourages both rest and recreation, and the perfect setting for quality time spent with family and friends. Make our little paradise yours. Come down and we’ll help you create long-lasting, positive memories. Call or email us in English, Français or Italiano, or stop by our villas. We’ll be happy to talk to you about Turks and Caicos, show you around and see how we can help you plan your best villa vacation ever.

FLIGHTS TO PROVIDENCIALES, TURKS AND CAICOS

Finding direct flights from North American cities to Providenciales is pretty easy, as several airlines offer daily and weekly flights, especially during high season.

DIRECT FLIGHTS FROM THE U.S.

American Airlines has two daily flights from Miami and one flight every Saturday from Dallas. JetBlue offers daily flights to Providenciales from Fort Lauderdale and New York City, as well as Saturday flights from Boston. Delta flies to the island three times a week from Atlanta, and Saturday flights are available from New York City and Boston. United Airlines flies every day of the week, except Tuesdays, from Newark, New Jersey.

For more information, please consult the Providenciales International Airport official Website.

Note: Scheduling varies according to seasons. Please consult the airlines sites, your travel agent, or contact owner and travel agent, Pina!

DIRECT FLIGHTS FROM THE CANADA

If you are traveling to Providenciales from Canada, you have several options for direct flights. Air Canada has daily flights from Toronto, except Tuesdays and Thursdays, and it offers Sunday service from Montreal. WestJet flies from Toronto multiple times a week. This airline also offers Friday flights from Montreal.
For more information, please consult the Providenciales International Airport official Website.

Note: Scheduling varies according to seasons. Please consult the airlines sites, your travel agent, or contact owner and travel agent, Pina!

APPROXIMATE FLYING TIMES

  • Atlanta to Providenciales – 2 hours
  • Boston to Providenciales – 3 hours and 15 minutes
  • Charlotte to Providenciales – 2 hours and 15 minutes
  • Dallas to Providenciales – 4 hours
  • London to Providenciales – 8 hours
  • Miami to Providenciales – 1 hour and 40 minutes
  • Montreal to Providenciales – 3.5 hours
  • New York to Providenciales – 3 hours
  • Philadelphia to Providenciales – 2 hours and 45 minutes
  • Toronto to Providenciales – 3.5 hours

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

All US and Canadian citizens traveling to Turks & Caicos are required to have a valid passport.

All visitors must also have a round trip ticket – otherwise, you might decide to stay permanently. 😉

For any other information regarding Entry Requirements, please consult this page.