The stunning Caribbean islands in Turks and Caicos offer crystal clear waters that wash over beautiful white, sandy beaches, an ideal climate, some of the world’s best dive sites and of course not to forget the friendly people.
The 40 paradise islands and cays extend across 230 miles and are surrounded by the 3rd largest coral reef.
The main island is Providenciales , and home to the international airport. The other individually unique, islands such as North and Middle Caicos, historical capital of Grand Turk can be reached by air and boat. Grand Turk holds a 2 day festival in June called SummaJam with lots of live music, dancing and lots of fun. There are many other highlights on the calendar held on Providenciales, with regattas, parades and more.
Turks and Caicos islands have so many activities to enjoy on land, on or under the sea.
Turks & Caicos Facts :
Where is Turks & Caicos – this archipelago offers over 40 islands and cays of which only 10 are actually inhabited. The islands lie approx. 39 miles south of the Bahamas
Getting to Turks and Caicos : there are direct and connecting flights available with various airlines from UK, North America and other Caribbean Islands
Local Currency : US Dollar –
Time Zone : GMT - 5
Entry requirements : Full passport ( 6 months validity ) return ticket - for visas please check
Electricity : 120- 240v/60ac
Climate : Average Temperatures 24 - 29 degrees C
Heaviest rainfall – Sept – November
Local Language : English is the official language