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Hidden along the southern tip of the Bahamas, it’s easy to miss this string of jewel-like islands but this is all the more reason to make the trip to Turks & Caicos if you’re looking for exclusivity, seclusion and breathtaking beauty.
Turks & Caicos is made up of beautiful low-sand bays with very small populations, each one boasting postcard-worthy white sands, bright turquoise crystal clear waters and some of the best coral reefs in the world. There’s never been a better time to visit this absolutely stunning destination, and we’ll help you every step of the way with our handpicked selection of the best Turks & Caicos resorts.
Newlyweds searching for the best honeymoon destinations should definitely consider Turks & Caicos for a truly unforgettable Caribbean honeymoon. Relax in some of the most luxurious hotels in the Caribbean, and spend your days soaking up the sun along the dreamy white sands, or heading out to the sea for an afternoon of upright paddle boarding. Once you’ve had your fair share of picture-perfect beaches, head inland and you’ll discover an island full of hidden ruins and tumbling colonial buildings that call back to times passed by.
Those looking for a Caribbean family-friendly holiday that offers more seclusion and exclusivity than the more popular islands will love the Turks & Caicos as well. Opt for a beachside hideaway and you’ll find yourself reconnecting with loved ones and creating unforgettable memories in no time, whether it’s a fun afternoon of water sports in the shallow waters of the Caribbean Sea or a relaxing morning of swimming in your own private pool.
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.
Those hoping to plan the perfect Caribbean honeymoon will love the Turks & Caicos. This dazzling destination offers exclusivity, seclusion and the most romantic backdrop you could ever think of. Imagine waking up in a sumptuous bed just feet from your own private pool, and just beyond that lies a pristine white sand beach with shallow turquoise waters so bright you’d think you were in the Maldives. Throw in our curated collection of 5-star luxury hotels to choose from, and you’re guaranteed a truly unforgettable Caribbean honeymoon.
Those visiting the Caribbean and are looking for something different from the norm will love visiting these beautiful cays. Turks & Caico’s is a fantastic destination, full of deserted white sand beaches, shallow turquoise waters that are perfect for an afternoon of water sports, and an island rich with remnants of New World discovery and tranquil local festivals. With plenty of luxury resort to choose from, ranging from secluded and sheltered villas to beachfront getaways, we’ll help you to find your perfect paradise hideaway.
Travellers hoping to book an unforgettable Caribbean holiday but are looking for more exclusivity than some of the popular Caribbean islands will love Turks & Caicos. This secluded collection of low-sand cays offers a paradise-like backdrop that all members of the family will fall in love with. Disconnect from the stresses of everyday life and reconnect with loved ones along picture-perfect white sands and crystal clear shallow waters.
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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Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, The Bahamas