Although lesser known than many of its neighbours, The Turks and Caicos archipelago - situated southeast of the Bahamas - is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful parts of the Caribbean, and maybe the world.
The 40 small islands are home to picturesque beaches, lush tropical forests, and an array of luxury hotels and world-class restaurants, whilst the surrounding waters feature some of the best coral reefs on the planet, home to a wealth of colorful marine life, including, sea turtles, dolphins and even humpback whales.
This luxury resort features five, unique villages, several excellent restaurants, and a spa, and is located on the fringes of Grace Bay Beach, one of the most beautiful in the Caribbean.Book Now
Virgin Holidays are the largest and most successful transatlantic tour operator, and have been arranging unforgettable holidays to the Caribbean and USA since 1985.Book Now
With a picturesque location, luxurious accommodation and a range of all inclusive options available, this package is a perfect way to experience the luxury of the Turks and Caicos islands.Book Now
Be sure to ask the concierge and staff to give you insight onto the best trips and activities.Book Now
British Airways offer regular direct flights from London Gatwick to Providenciales.
The temperatures are warm year round, with temperature usually ranging between 25 - 32 °c. The rainy season occurs between late August and early december, though the country is one of the driest in the Caribbean and even during this period there are only an average of 5 rainy days per month.
We recommend a minimum of 5 days.
If you are a UK citizen you do not require a visa to enter Turks and Caicos and may remain there for 90 days.
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