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Although the Turks & Caicos Islands are perhaps less well known amongst the Caribbean islands, they are truly beautiful.
A British Crown Colony, the islands are surrounded by one of the world’s longest coral reefs, making them a diving and snorkelling paradise. Along with eight main islands there are literally hundreds of uninhabited cays, giving the islands a real sense of adventure and exploration. Grace Bay is regularly voted one of the world’s finest beaches and there are many other fabulous, mostly deserted, beaches to choose from. Our selected resorts are in Providenciales (known as Provo) in the west of the Caicos group. You’ll find accommodation is of a high standard and the islands also boast one of the most picturesque golf courses in the region.
Out and About
Little Water Cay
Also known as Iguana Island, this beautiful natural island is home to around 50,000 rock iguanas. There are many trips you can take which incorporate a visit here, but we recommend hiring a boat and making a stop here whilst exploring the cays towards North Caicos. However, if you want to learn more about these fascinating creatures you may wish to join a guided tour.
Boasting one of the largest coral reef systems in the world, Turks & Caicos is a premier dive destination. Much of the Provo coastline is a protected marine park and the sea life here flourishes as a result. Reef sharks are regularly spotted cruising the walls at North West Point, but look out also for schools of horse-eyed jacks, turtles, eagle rays and, if you’re very lucky, a humpback whale during their migration between January - March.
Take a trip to Grand Turk
Grand Turk is the tiny capital, as well as the historical heartbeat of the Turks & Caicos Islands. Enjoy its rustic charm and the many historic buildings, including the wonderful national museum which offers a fascinating history of the island.
Food and Drink
If dining out on Provo, we can thoroughly recommend Anacaona at Grace Bay Club, Simba at Turks & Caicos Club and the sublime cuisine at Parrot Cay. On Wednesday evenings, Smokey’s on the Beach is great for a casual fish fry. You should also try Mango Reef, Banana Boat Grill and Grace’s Cottage at the Point Grace Hotel.
British Airways operates weekly flights from Heathrow to Providenciales via Nassau. Total flying time is approximately 12 hrs 40 minutes (including stop in Nassau). There are also daily flights from Heathrow to Miami with a connecting flight to Providenciales with American Airlines.
Parrot Cay And Como Shambhala Retreat
Bed & BreakfastFull BoardOn a Private IslandExclusive and secludedOutstanding COMO Shambhala spa
Grace Bay Club
Bed & BreakfastVarious Meal Plans AvailableOn the BeachElegant all-suite resortOn fabulous Grace Bay beach
Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa
All-InclusiveOn the BeachGreat for familiesOutstanding facilities
Turks & Caicos Conch Festival
Who would have thought that this small pink shell would have a festival all of its own! But every year, in November, the Turks & Caicos islanders celebrate the humble conch, an important source of food, tools and ceremonial objects since the distant days of the Arawak Indians. Take a deep breath and try your luck at the popular conch-blowing contest…