A British territory, Turks and Caicos Islands is situated in the West Indies roughly 600 miles from Miami, Florida, and only 50 miles from the Bahamas. From world class hotels and spas to a popular offshore financial centre, Turks and Caicos has definitely become a relaxing haven for the upscale market.
Uncrowded beaches and spectacular coral reefs are huge incentives for visitors to Turks and Caicos Islands. It is best to plan itineraries on an island-by-island basis to make the most of your visit. If travelling around North Caicos, the Slave Plantations of Wade’s Green and Mudjin Harbour Beach are all in store.
Grand Turk Island has several activities for the adventurer. Blue Water Divers provides an all inclusive scuba diving experience while Chukka Caribbean offers a horseback-riding trek near the sea. Over on Parrot Cay Island, Bite Me Sports Fishing guarantees a fantastic day of sport fishing out on the deep sea.
Accommodations in Turks and Caicos Islands should also be approached on an island-by-island basis. Depending on your mission and itinerary, there is a wide range of accommodations suitable for almost every occasion. Travellers may choose from breathtaking all-inclusive villas and secluded hideaways to luxury hotels and resorts.
If travelling from Europe to Turks and Caicos Islands, British Airways has a direct flight from London to Providenciales Airport. Airlines such as Bahamas Air, Air Turks and Caicos and US Airways have direct flights from cities across the US including Atlanta, Philadelphia, Boston and Charlotte to Provo Airport.