Turks and Caicos
The Turks and Caicos Islands feature crystal clear turquoise seas, white sand beaches, and Caribbean calmness.
Located 575 miles southeast of Miami, the Turks & Caicos Islands constitute a small archipelago of eight major islands and numerous cays. Only eight of the which are inhabited. Barrier reefs and coral surround much of the archipelago, and as they grow and are naturally broken-down by fish species, produce the white, peach and pinks beach sands that the Turks and Caicos are famous for.
The highlight of the island is beautiful 12-mile Grace Bay beach which holds the position of World Travel Awards’ World’s Leading Beach Destination.
In contrast to some better-known Caribbean islands, the Turks & Caicos benefit from a pleasant low-humidity climate and off-shore winds. Providenciales is especially temperate and comfortably dry year-round. Temperatures average in the mid-seventies in winter and in the mid-eighties in summer.
The Turks & Caicos Islands appeal to vacationers looking for a secluded and serene Caribbean destination, as well as sports fishermen and divers who appreciate the crystal-clear waters, spectacular reefs and rich sea life. The absence of a cruise port on Providenciales and the island’s low-key nightlife maintain its exclusivity.
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