Hemmed by untouched low-sand bays, each unique in their allure, the coral islands of Turks & Caicos are some of the best in the Caribbean.
Nestled away at the southern tip of the Bahamas, the secluded coral islands of Turks & Caicos embody paradise at its finest, with powder-soft sand beaches, turquoise crystal clear waters and some of the best coral reefs in the world. The perfect setting for a tropical family adventure or Caribbean honeymoon, a luxury holiday to Turks & Caicos could see you relaxing in some of the region's most luxurious resorts and villas, lounging upon a dreamy white-sand beach on a remote island, and scuba diving amongst sea turtles and exotic marine life off the coast of Providenciales.
Opportunities for marine experiences are in abundance, from paddleboarding across the unique ecosystems of Mangrove Cay to watching for humpback whales off the coast of Salt Cay and snorkelling around the expansive barrier reef that surrounds the archipelago. Once you've had your fair share of picture-perfect beaches, head inland to discover an island full of hidden ruins and tumbling colonial buildings, such as the Grand Turk Lighthouse and the salt plantations of the Caicos Islands. Tour the museums on the islands and enjoy fresh seafood at authentic local shacks, a great way to immerse yourself in the eclectic local culture.
Turks & Caicos is suitable for an array of travellers, its breathtaking beaches, five-star resorts and luxurious boutique hotels, and wide range of outdoor adventures make it an excellent location for a family break or honeymoon. Tailor-made to suit your requests, our expert Caribbean specialists are on hand to personally design every aspect of your dream trip, whether you're after a private villa with a glamorous swimming pool, all-inclusive resort or an island-hopping tour.
With a warm, tropical climate, Turks & Caicos is a fantastic all-year-round destination, however, the best time to visit is between December and April when rainfall is at a minimum.
While the peak travel period to Turks and Caicos is between December and March, the islands experience warm weather all year round, making April and May the perfect months to visit if you wish to avoid the crowds and still catch the sun.
Located just off the Northeast coast of Providenciales, Grace Bay’s absolutely stunning pure white sands and crystal clear turquoise waters has made it one of the most coveted destinations in the Turks & Caicos.
This beautiful beachfront boasts clean water and white sand with no rocks, seaweed or pollution, and many of the island’s top luxury escapes sits along this treasured bay. The best way to see the the bay is from above, and the bay offers parasailing adventures for daring travellers!
This incredible site is a naturally-formed limestone sinkhole, located in the Long Bay Hills area of Providenciales.
Located within a craggy cliff of gorgeous limestone rocks, this feature has a diameter of 50 feet and a depth of 60 feet, leading into a beautiful pool of emerald coloured water below. The Hole is a fascinating geological site and is predicted to have once been part of a series of underground cave networks.
The Conch Bar Caves in the Middle Caicos is the largest non-submerged cave system in the island’s chain, and the name comes from the Conch Bar village nearby.
The cave’s karst limestone walls and dramatic caverns give it a very enchanting and impressive ambience, making for a fantastic afternoon of exploring. You’ll also find markings on the walls that date back to the early 1900s, left by early visitors to the caves.
This breathtakingly beautiful national marine park is made up of hundreds of small rocky islands that are all surrounded by shallow, crystal clear turquoise waters.
Chalk Sound National Park’s waters are completely clean and algae-free, making it a fantastic destination for paddle-boarding and kayaking. The waters are also home to bonefish, barracudas, stingrays and small lemon sharks. To protect the national park, the Turks & Caicos have put a rule in place to prohibit the use of powered watercraft in the lagoon waters.
The Turks & Caicos’ is easily on the most breathtakingly beautiful destinations in the world, and with turquoise waters this stunning, it’s easy to understand why so many travellers come here for water sports opportunities.
Grand Turk offers exceptional sites for diving which feature mesmerising coral walls, while there’s plenty of opportunities for yacht and boat trips for those who prefer to keep their head above the water. Turks & Caico’s also boasts a wealth of dazzling marine fishes and colourful corals not far from the surface, making it a great destination for snorkelling.
When you’ve finished exploring the turquoise waters, head in land to Grand Turk for an afternoon of exploring the inland on a thrilling ATV tour.
ATV rides are an excellent way to see Grand Turk, and tours typically last for around 2 hours. You’ll have a chance to spot the island’s dazzling coastlines, discover the wildlife and birdlife that call this stunning destination home, and see historic attractions such as the Grand Turk Lighthouse, the US Navy Base and much more.
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