Caribbean Tourism

Dellis Cay

Dellis Cay is uninhabited but frequently visited for its shells. This island sits south of Parrot Cay and north of Pine Cay and can be easily noted in the chain of Caicos Islands. Dellis Cay is located a few miles from Providenciales and is accessible by a 20-minute boat ride. A popular excursion is to be dropped off there for the day for shelling by a local charter boat out of Leeward Marina, no facilities. Part of small chain of islands (Leeward Cays) between North Caicos and Providenciales, this privately owned, 560 acres piece of paradise is currently under development. Dellis Cay is now a popular day-trip for avid shell collectors, one of the best spots amongst the islands for rare and beautiful shells. The sand spit here is a popular stop on Island Tours.


Dellis Cay will set new standards in lifestyle and hospitality in the untouched beauty of the Caribbean. Under the management of Mandarin Oriental, this exclusive island hideaway will offer an exquisite collection of private residences and villas designed by the renowned talent of six international architects. The vision of Dr. Kinay, Chairman and CEO of The O Property Collection, the resort will feature 124 private villas, 154 residences, a five star hotel and 30,000 sq ft spa operated by the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. For recent construction progress visit http://www.delliscay.com/content/final.html

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