Turks & Caicos

Only 90 minutes by plane from Miami lie the 40 mostly undeveloped, uninhabited islands and cays and 230 miles of flawless white beaches that make up Turks & Caicos. The main draw here is Providenciales, part of the Caicos Islands. There you’ll find all of the puzzle pieces to turn your vacation into a luxe beach escape. Sunny days and even temperatures make Turks & Caicos a year-round destination, but be aware that hurricane season spans June-November.

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Providenciales

Commonly known as “Provo,” here you’ll find impeccable dining, upscale lodging, and 12-mile-long Grace Bay, a famous stretch of beach where all of the main tourism draws are located. Must-do: Princess Alexandra National Park, Caicos Conch Farm

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Luxury Resorts

Experience true luxury in one of the 5★+ resorts the islands have to offer. COMO Parrot Cay is a 1,000-acre private island retreat complete with beachside villas. Grace Bay Club and Royal West Indies Resort, both comprised of all-oceanfront suites, are also fantastic options.

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Angler’s Paradise

The Turks and Caicos islands are the perfect destination for any avid fisherman. Spend the day hooking blue marlin, sailfish, and wahoo, or delight in mangrove salt flats with wily bonefish and visibility revealing eagle rays, turtles, and huge schools of jacks.

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Beaches Turks & Caicos

All-Inclusive Beaches Turks & Caicos is not only the most popular resort in Turks & Caicos, but arguably the most popular resort in the entire Caribbean. Rooms can sell out up to a year in advance, so it’s best to book as far ahead as possible. Activities are endless and include unlimited watersports, Pirate Island Waterpark, and even an xBox lounge where new games are occasionally released for testing. This resort is also perfect for anyone traveling with special needs kids - Beaches is the first Caribbean resort with Autism-Friendly kids camps that are Certified Autism Centers. Resort employees have gone through training provided by The International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards.


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