The islands of the Turks & Caicos encompass more than 370 kilometres of white sand beaches, drenched in sunshine 350 days of the year. There are lush rolling hills blanketed in vibrant green, and historic villages untouched by tourism and time. There are crystal-clear waters full of coral reef and vibrant marine life, and pristine beaches offering a soft place to land under the shade of the palms. For anyone seeking adventures at sea and an inviting setting to rejuvenate, relax, and recharge, this is it.
Of the 40 small islands that make up the archipelago of Turks & Caicos, seven are developed, leaving the remaining isles and cays virtually untouched. Beach lovers, nature lovers, and sea lovers alike will discover a breadth of activity in which to partake.
Plunge into the warm waters of the ocean, through more than 2500 square kilometres of reef, impressive walls of coral, exotic species of fish, and some of the oldest shipwrecks in the western hemisphere. Spend long lazy days in Providenciales on Grace Bay, one of TripAdvisor’s Best Beaches in the World. Spot tropical wildlife in the form of humpback whales, conch, and 170 species of birds that live in the islands’ marshes and salt ponds. Visit the ruins of a 200-year-old cotton plantation. Get a taste for local life at a weekly fish fry. Close your eyes and embrace the state of relaxation you’ve been seeking for so long.
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