Fans have been clamoring for a “Real Housewives” mash-up show for years now – and Bravo has finally delivered in the form of “The Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip.” The reality series, which hit the NBC streamer Peacock last November and just wrapped up airing its second season, with a third on the way, brings together all-star members from the juggernaut franchise for envious week-long getaways at far-flung locales.
All things considered, the inaugural season, which featured favorites Kyle Richards (from “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”), Melissa Gorga and Teresa Guidice (from “New Jersey”), Cynthia Bailey and Kenya Moore (from “Atlanta”) and Ramona Singer and Luann de Lesseps (from “New York City”), proved rather tepid, with no table flippings, leg tossings, Scary Island happenings or “Surprise!” visits whatsoever to be had! But, while the show’s second offering, shot at RHONY’s Dorinda Medley’s Berkshires estate, was far more salacious and drama-fueled, the pastoral backdrop certainly didn’t hold a candle to Triton Luxury Villa, the stunning Turks and Caicos pad that served as Kyle and the gang’s home away from home the first time around.
For those not in the know, Turks and Caicos refers to a smattering of 40 islands in the Bahamas, the larger Caicos Islands and the smaller Turks Islands. All British Overseas Territories, the picturesque archipelago has long served as an exclusive destination for the world’s elite. Triton Luxury Villa (named in honor of the Greek god of the sea) sits at the heart of Long Beach Bay, perfectly perched on a postcard-worthy 2.06-acre plot of land on the eastern edge of Providenciales, or “Provo,” the region’s third largest island and tourism core.
And now you can host your very own Ultimate Girls Trip at the ultra-modern property (providing you have deep enough pockets), as it has just come up for sale for a whopping $30 million! (*Concierge Michael not included!)