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​Turks and Caicos Islands​

Kick off your shoes – and keep them off, because there’s every chance you won’t be needing them on Turks and Caicos Islands holidays. This tropical idyll gives you not one, not two, but 40 islands strung out like pearls across the ocean – only eight of them inhabited and the remainder gloriously deserted. Forty islands mean 230 miles of pristine beach to luxuriate on; plus with the third largest reef in the world off-shore, and some of the clearest water you’ll find anywhere, this really is a slice of paradise.

Providenciales, or ‘Provo’ as it’s fondly known, is the main ‘hot spot’ for tourists…if you can call gloriously unbusy beaches a ‘hot spot’. Grace Bay, with its blisteringly white powder sand and glittering azure sea is the most popular stretch of beach and there’s watersports on offer here, as well as superb snorkelling. But even on Provo, it’s easy to give your fellow holiday makers the slip, and quiet Taylor Bay and Sapodilla Bay have shallow, calm water perfect for children, while Long Bay Beach pulls in the kite boarders.

Other islands give you the chance to leave the crowds even further behind, and North Caicos is known for its flock of elegant pink flamingos and has miles of deserted sandy beaches plus a whole host of colourful marine life to view beneath the waves. Or take a trip to Salt Cay to do some whale watching; to Little Cay to seek out its rare rock iguanas; or to Middle Caicos to hike the Crossing Place Trail and to stop off at the beautiful bluff of Mudjin Harbour Beach, with its towering limestone cliffs.

There’s enough variety on Turks and Caicos Island holidays to keep even the pickiest of holidaymakers happy. And the only footwear you’ll want to want to slip on while you’re here is a pair of flippers.

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Grand Turk Underwater Wall

Grand Turk Underwater Wall

Grand Turk offers divers one of the most amazing dive sites in the Caribbean with its world-renowned diving wall which drops nearly 7000 feet. This ‘Mount Everest’ of wall dives is just a short 10 minute boat ride from the beach, and with most of the marine activity along the upper part of the wall face, this is a wall-dive site that is easily accessible.


Turks & Caicos National Museum

National Museum

The Turks & Caicos National Museum's exhibits range from showcasing the island's natural history to chronicling the lives of its former slaves and displaying information about local shipwrecks including the Molasses Reef Wreck. It’s located in a historic building in Cockburn Town on Grand Turk and gives the visitor a sense of the islands' history and character.


Caicos Conch Farm

Conch Farm

Explore the only conch farm in the world where Caribbean Queen conchs are raised from veliger to adult. Here you can watch how the process is done, enjoy an informative show with the two trained and very friendly conchs, and get to see conch pearls. There is a restaurant on site with great views over the surrounding reefs.


Bird Watching

Bird Watching

The salt ponds and inland marshes of Turks & Caicos serve as excellent feeding grounds for resident and migratory birds with Great Blue Herons, Flamingos, Pelicans, Frigates, Boobies and other water birds present. With more than twelve small cays have been set aside and protected for breeding grounds, 170 species of bird can be found in the islands, including the rare West Indian Whistling-Duck.


Salt Cay

Trelawney Lagoon

The smallest island in Turks & Caicos, the tiny one square mile of Salt Cay guarantees visitors an escape from the modern world to a place where donkeys and cows have the right of way and transport is by golf cart. Although whaling was once an industry here, nowadays you can just watch the Atlantic humpback whales migrating through the nearby Columbus passage.

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The Sands at Grace Bay - European Plan

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Complimented by tropical landscapes and island breezes, this deluxe resort provides the perfect setting for relaxing Caribbean getaways.

The large array of amenities includes an in-ground Jacuzzi, a unique restaurant specializing in fresh seafood and a free-form pool that meanders throughout the hotel’s lovely gardens.

Hotel Amenities

  • 3 swimming pools
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Restaurant
  • Ice cream & candy parlour
  • Fitness centre
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The Alexandra Resort

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Situated amidst expansive lush grounds, on the famed Grace Bay Beach, this 90-suite resort is an affordable choice for those who prefer self-catering holiday option.

Couples can escape to the intimate oceanfront suites offering stunning views of the turquoise waters, whilst families can enjoy the convenience of the full kitchens and separate living areas in one or two bedroom suites.

Hotel Amenities

  • Swimming pool
  • Poolside bar
  • Restaurant
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Spa
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Blue Haven Resort

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Blue Haven Resort, one of the newest and most private Turks and Caicos resorts, provides an unforgettable experience to guests of all ages that may chose to be as lazy or as active as they wish.

Bringing everyone together is a love for the turquoise waters in the Turks and Caicos Islands and all the amazing activities they provide.

Hotel Amenities

  • Beach vollyball
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Water sports
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Coral Gardens on Grace Bay - European Plan

3.5

Fronting beautiful azure waters and miles of powdery white-sand beach, this boutique resort provides complete relaxation and fun.

Whether you are exploring the unique restaurants nearby, taking a dip in sparkling fresh water pools or enjoying an unforgettable Caribbean sunset, this intimate resort provides the perfect setting for fun in the sun.

Hotel Amenities

  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Children welcome
  • Swimming pool
  • Lounges/bars
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Ocean Club - European Plan

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Relaxation and tranquility abound within beautifully-appointed suites while the gracious spa treats each visitor to complete pampering.

Fronting an incredible stretch of white- sand beach, guests of all ages will enjoy visits to this appealing hideaway.

Hotel Amenities

  • Tour/sightseeing desk
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Lounges/bars
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Ocean Club West - European Plan

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Fronting 12 miles of powder-white sand and the amazing crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean, this all-suite resort appeals to families, spa and golf enthusiasts as well as couples looking to tie the knot in paradise.

Guests of the resort enjoy outdoor water activities, private boat trips on catamarans, sailing vessels and powerboats; a variety of shops; pampering spa services; tennis courts; a selection of restaurants and bar and spacious all-suite accommodations.

Hotel Amenities

  • Water sports
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Lounges/bars
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Royal West Indies Resort - European Plan

3.5

On one of the finest portions of the pristine Grace Bay Beach, this alluring retreat offers spacious condominium-style accommodations within an unforgettable Caribbean location.

Less than a mile from an impressive golf course, guests can enjoy a spectacular pool, an ocean view bar, pampering treatments in the spa and delicious cuisine at the grand restaurant.

Hotel Amenities

  • Restaurant
  • Water sports
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Children welcome
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Seven Stars Resort - European Plan

4.5

Framed by white-sand beaches, sunny skies and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, this fetching island resort provides the perfect vacation setting for unforgettable honeymoons, romantic getaways and fun-filled family retreats.

Here spacious guestrooms ensure the upmost in comfort, while the fitness center, full-service spa, sparkling pool and dynamic restaurants are the perfect compliment to the resort’s welcoming atmosphere.

Hotel Amenities

  • Water sports
  • Tennis court
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
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The Palms Turks and Caicos - European Plan

5

With a signature restaurant serving gourmet Pan-tropical cuisine, an alluring infinity pool and a lavish spa, guests to this exemplary Caribbean resort experience the ultimate in relaxation and pampered luxury.

Inspired suites boast expansive outdoor terraces, first-class amenities, mahogany furniture, marble floors and vaulted ceilings.

Hotel Amenities

  • Water sports
  • Children's play area
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa & Sauna
  • Restaurant
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Family Holidays in Turks & Caicos

The easy-going locals or ‘Belongers’ in the Turks & Caicos are very family-friendly, making these tropical islands an ideal destination for a family holiday together. Its sandy beaches and calm waters are great for swimming and paddling, while the walks along the shoreline as well as seeing the donkeys and watching the flocks of resident flamingoes are all both educational and fun. Many of the resorts have lively children’s clubs while in the evening the whole family will enjoy the great entertainment. At the resorts’ restaurants there are children’s menus or tempting buffets that even the choosiest children will want to try.

Our top Turks & Caicos Family Holiday Recommendations


Beaches Turks Caicos

Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa – Luxury Included

Beaches all-inclusive Turks & Caicos resort offers the ideal family holiday with its 45,000 square-foot waterpark, a 12-mile beach lapped by clear turquoise waters and endless fun activities for everyone, from tots to tweens and teens, featuring Sesame Street® characters, the Xbox Play Lounge and a sizzling teen disco.

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The Sands at Grace Bay

Sunset at the Palms Resort & Spa

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Families staying at the Sands at Grace Bay appreciate the convenience of a kitchenette and sitting area in the one or two bedroom suites at this pleasant resort. Three bedroom suites are available too for larger families and there are great facilities on site including tennis and a children’s swimming pool.

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If you're not sure which family resort would suit you best, give us a ring and our expert advisors can help you decide based on your wishes and those of your travelling party. They’ll also be able to advise you of the latest special offers and resort information for your selected family resort to ensure the perfect holiday.



Couples Holidays in Turks & Caicos

A holiday together in the Turks & Caicos is certain to be a memorable one to share with your partner. These idyllic islands seem almost created for a romantic Caribbean getaway or for an active holiday enjoying the islands’ many activities. Couples can go kayaking through the turquoise sea at Bottle Creek or take a bike ride along the beautiful shoreline of Middle Caicos. The islands offer some unique accommodation set overlooking beautiful beaches with direct access to the sea, and for couples looking for a lifestyle holiday with stimulating activities and Caribbean cuisine, Turks & Caicos is the perfect choice.

Our top Turks & Caicos Couples Holiday recommendations

The Alexandra Resort

The Alexandra Resort

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Set in expansive lush grounds, couples will find their own space to enjoy the stunning views of the turquoise waters of the famous Grace Bay Beach. There are great watersports on offer here for the more active as well as a free dining shuttle to the property’s nearby sister resorts, or enjoy a romantic meal at the on-site restaurant Asú on the beach.

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Seven Stars Resort

Seven Stars Resort

4.5

Framed by white-sand beaches and the turquoise waters, this fetching island resort provides the perfect holiday setting for unforgettable honeymoons or a romantic couple’s getaway. The spacious guestrooms ensure the upmost in comfort, while the fitness centre, sparkling pool and fine restaurants are the perfect complement to the resort’s welcoming atmosphere.

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Reef Snorkelling

Go Reef Snorkelling from Providenciales

Board a scenic boat cruise to the blue waters that surround Providenciales and enjoy snorkelling over the majestic coral reefs with their colourful fish. As part of the experience, you’ll enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch, visit the rare Rock Iguana and learn about the island’s mascot – the conch. A truly authentic Turks & Caicos day out.


Sunset Safari

Take the Providenciales Sunset Safari

On the sunset safari tour you’ll visit Turks & Caicos famous Sapodila beach and swim and enjoy the sun while your guide shows you around the island. There will be plenty of photo opportunities along the way to capture the beauty of the area, and a seafood platter at Da Conch Shack will round off the experience.


Grace Bay Cruise

Grace Bay Cruise

Spend a relaxing morning or afternoon cruising the turquoise waters of Grace Bay. On board a double-decker catamaran you’ll get to see the neighbouring islands of Little Water Cay and Pine Cay, have the chance to snorkel with sea turtles on the coral reef, as well as visiting the conch grounds to feast on fresh ceviche.


Fly to Grand Turk

Fly over to neighbouring Grand Turk

Take a short yet scenic 20 minute flight from Provo to Grand Turk, the seat of government and home to much charming traditional Caribbean architecture. Stroll the quaint gated lanes to see the reminders of the salt-raking and seafaring days of the past, and visit the National Museum, housed in 150+ year-old Guinep Lodge.


Bottle Creek Kayaking

Bottle Creek Kayaking Adventure

Bottle Creek is situated on North Caicos’ east coast and is a shimmering passage of turquoise water connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the beautiful Caicos Banks. Take your time paddling down the creek, beach your kayak and then float lazily with current from the passage’s shallow waters to where the channel’s mouth opens to the sea.


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How to get to Turks & Caicos

Turks & Caicos is easily accessible from the UK with flights operated by British Airways from London Gatwick Airport on Thursdays and Sundays via Antigua or Nassau. Flight time from London’s Gatwick Airport to Providenciales is approximately 11 hours 35 minutes. American Airlines also offer connecting services via Miami.

Weather and climate

The climate in is warm and tropical with temperatures normally around 27 - 32°celsius year round. In an average year Turks & Caicos has 350 days of sunshine.



Turks & Caicos Quick Facts

  • Time Difference: GMT - 4 hours

  • Local Currency: US dollar

  • Local Language: English

  • Entry Requirements: UK citizens require full passport and return ticket

  • Vaccinations: None compulsory

  • Local Transport: Car rental can be booked through us with our rental partner, Alamo
 
 
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Weather and climate

Average annual temperature: Temperatures range between 29°- 32°C from June - October, sometimes reaching 35°C in the late summer months. From November - May the average temperature 27°- 29°C.
Turks and Caicos are blessed with 350 sun filled days each year with a desert tropical climate. High season is from December – April which has the most pleasant and dry weather. Low season is from May - November with slightly hotter temperatures with trade winds keep things cool. Hurricane season also coincides with low season with an increased chance of storms between June – November.


Turks and Caicos Quick Facts

  • Time Difference: GMT - 4 hours

  • Flight time: Approx. 11hrs 30mins direct from London Gatwick

  • International airport: Providenciales International Airport (PLS)

  • Local Currency: United States Dollar (USD)

  • Local Language: English

  • Local Transport: Renting a car is the easiest and most cost effective method of transport throughout Turks and Caicos, Car rental can be booked through us with our rental partner, Alamo. Taxis are also available at most large resorts but can be expensive and hard to flag down on the streets. Its best to get your hotel or restaurant to call up a taxi for you and always agree on a fixed price before you set off.
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