About Turks & Caicos
Of 40 islands, only 8 in this beautiful cluster are inhabited, creating the sense of seclusion and undiscovered splendour.
Surrounded by one of the world’s longest coral reefs, the islands are the perfect location for experiencing superb snorkelling and diving.
This British Overseas Territory is home to long and enticing beaches with white powder sands and beyond lies a ﬂamboyant kingdom of sea life and untouched coral just waiting to be explored.
Dolphins play in the clear waters and can be viewed from the shore or by boat. Try deep sea or boneﬁshing and even experience whale watching between the months of December and April.
There are several exceptional hotels with wonderfully relaxing spa facilities and excellent championship golf courses on Providenciales (locally known as ‘Provo’).
Dine on fresh local seafood, including lobsters and conch, and enjoy the friendly service and warm welcoming atmosphere that will be bestowed upon you during your stay.
Explore many of the historic attractions, including the National Museum, Wades Green Loyalist Plantation, the best surviving loyalist plantation in the Caribbean, or the Grand Turk Lighthouse, the islands’ most famous landmark and only lighthouse.
The Best Time to Visit Turks & Caicos
The high season is from December to May. The low season normally runs from mid-June to mid-November and can still be a great time to visit.
Getting to Turks & Caicos
One of the most common ways of getting to the Turks & Caicos is via Miami.
There are plenty of options for direct flights to Miami from the UK with onward connections to Providenciales in the Turks & Caicos.
Total flying time is normally around 11 hours.
A combination with Miami is a popular option.
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