Turks And Caicos

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Just South East of the Bahamas, there is another archipelago known as Turks and Caicos. This nation is made up of 40 coral islands totaling 170 square miles, with a small population of 31,000. Turks and Caicos is a very popular Caribbean travel destination due to its incredible beaches, coral reefs, consistent weather and a wide variety of all-inclusive resorts.

Why You Should Go

Turks and Caicos were recently ranked as the number one island in the world by Trip Advisor, and Grace Bay Beach found on the North East coast of Providenciales is widely regarded as one of the best beaches in the world, and most certainly among the best in the Caribbean. If you are into snorkeling or Scuba diving, among the many underwater pleasures that are in the Turks and Caicos to be enjoyed, is a 14 Mile barrier reef of Provo Island, and a 2134-meter underwater wall off the island of Grand Turk. Other popular tourist attractions that can be found on the Turks and Caicos islands are, Whale watching from the lighthouse on Grand Turk, exploring the caves of Middle Caicos, visiting the world’s only Conch Farm and diving into the lovely blue waters at the Chalk Sound National Park.
Turks and Caicos offers a wide variety of vacation accommodations ranging from luxury beachfront all-inclusive resorts and villas to more affordable hotel options. Turks and Caicos is a popular honeymoon and destination wedding location in the Caribbean.

Getting There

Getting to the Turks and Caicos is very easy as there are two daily flights from Miami lasting about 90 minutes and one-weekend flight out of Dallas, Texas on American Airlines. You can also get daily flights out of Toronto Canada on Air Canada and Westjet and New York on Jet Blue. There are many other North American cities that offer at least a once per week flight to Turks and Caicos so finding a direct or connecting flight will be very easy. All international flights to Turks and Caicos fly into the Providenciales or Grand Turk International airports. Getting to the other eight inhabited islands is done via domestic flights.




  • Grace Bay Beach

    Grace Bay Beach is one of the primary tourist attractions in Turks and Caicos, widely regarded as on of the best beaches in the Caribbean and presently holds the position of 2nd best beach in the world according to Trip Advisor. The Pristine white sand beach is located on the south-east coast of Providenciales.