Turks & Caicos Vacations

Turks & Caicos vacations is the ultimate upscale island escape – where delicious impeccable waters and palm-fringed beaches seem to go on forever. The delicate islands and secluded cays of this island masterpiece provide unquestionably spectacular scuba diving and snorkeling. Devotees come back year after year to swim alongside miraculous marine life in its natural state. But if your tastes run toward windsurfing, sailing or deep-sea fishing, Turks & Caicos will not disappoint..

The relaxing atmosphere of this tropical heaven is picture perfect for golf or tennis, or a leisurely swim through the refreshing sea. And the world-class lodgings with impeccable dining are yet one more reason that visitors return time and time again to enjoy the tranquility of this unspoiled tropical island paradise.

The pristine white beaches, vast coral reefs and crystal clear warm waters that surround this set of eight inhabited islands and numerous deserted cays draw honeymooners, scuba divers and vacationers, with many visitors arriving by cruise ship. Everyone leaves smiling and de-stressed.

Turks & Caicos Travel Tips

The Turks and Caicos islands are named after the indigenous Turk’s Head “fez” cactus, and the Lucayan term “caya hico” meaning string of islands.

Fresh Cooked Fish Anyone?? Every Thursday typically from 5:30 to 9:30pm dozens of local food vendors, entertainers, and cultural acts come together in Bight (Children’s) Park in Turks & Caicos.

 Divers of all experience levels will love vising the West Sand Spits in Turks & Caicos.

Turks & Caicos Islands use to exported salt before the Europeans arrived Many. locations in the country accumulate natural sea salt; the local Tainos took advantage of this and traded salt for honey, fruit and vegetables with natives from Hispaniola.

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