The Travel Expert’s Guide to Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos Guide

Absorb the tranquility, hospitality and grandeur of what is Turks and Caicos. Here you will find luxury tourism meeting tropical paradise. Grace Bay in Turks and Caicos is often voted the world’s new No. 1 beach by many different polls and awards.

Turks and Caicos consist of 40 islands, islets and cays, although only eight of these islands are inhabited. The most popular amongst visitors are Grand Turk, Parrot Cay, Pine Cay, Salt Cay and Providenciales (also called Provo).

What is your guarantee when visiting Turks & Caicos? A sensational welcome via miles and miles of coral reef, its unbelievable turquoise waters and hospitality second to none… This is the perfect beach family getaway for you.

When to go: The climate is hot and dry. Some islands, like Grand Turk and Salt Cay, get little rain.  December to June is the peak travel period and will avoid the hurricane season. But even from June to Dec, it is not common for the storms to make landfall. And you will see less crowds and more promotional hotel rates.

Why go: Turks and Caicos is for those who want watersports, solitude and relaxation.  There is not much in terms of nightlife, sightseeing, or lush landscapes.

What activities to do:

  • Take a stroll along Grace Bay beach.
  • Snorkel and dive at the 3rd largest coral reefs in the world.
  • Charter a boat and go deep sea fishing.
  • Let your cares melt away and enjoy a soothing spa treatment
  • Rent a car for a day and visit the few historic sites and museums around the island.
  • Visit the Caicos Conch Farm to learn about how this shellfish is raised and harvested.

Where to stay:

In Providenciales, there are many world class resorts fronting Grace Bay beach. Some are sprawling 70 acres all-inclusive resorts voted Best Family Resort in the Caribbean, complete with a waterpark with thrilling water slides; some are sophisticated, romantic boutique properties perfect for couples. Many of the resorts include many water sports for guests to use and offers a multitude of dining options on site to ensure a worry free, relaxing beach vacation.  The key is to find the right resort and the right room type for your family’s need

How to get around: Most resorts will offer airport transfers and you will likely spend your vacation relaxing at the resort.  You can also rent a car for a day to explore, or join an organized tour.

Are you ready to head there?  Get in touch with Bravo Travel, so we can get you started with the planning and you can relax and look forward to your next family vacation.

For a no obligation, free consultation for your next Family Vacation

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