Turks & Caicos

Due to the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office is advising against travel to this destination.  We are therefore suspending forward bookings until further notice and will continue to monitor the advice.

We, as a company dedicated to the Caribbean and as individuals who have a long standing relationship and passion for these destinations and their amazing people, are deeply saddened by the devastation. We will be supporting as much as possible and encourage you to donate anything you can to the Caribbean Tourism Organisation Fund or via the British Red Cross (the UK Government are matching donations pound for pound) to assist in aid and relief efforts. Many thanks for any contributions.

Gemma Lewis and Andrea Lovering.

The beautiful Turks & Caicos islands consist of over 40 islands and cays, eight of which are uninhabited. The islands are located southeast of Miami, Florida and just below the Bahamas chain to the east of Cuba.

The islands are almost as divers as its people; The main tourist centre of Providenciales is a hub of activity or there are the quiet and tranquil islands of North and Middle Caicos, or the historic Capital Island of Grand Turk – each island offers a unique and different experience. But with an all-year round great climate, pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters perfect for diving, snorkeling or swimming, Turks & Caicos is a beautiful destination to visit.

The best way of experiencing the islands is island-hopping – either by boat or by a short plane ride. Alternatively, tourists choose to return time and time again to explore a different area of this stunning archipelago.

Providenciales is the most well known of the Turks & Caicos islands and is the tourist centre with a wide range of hotels, restaurants, attractions and restaurants. Grand Turk and Salt Cay offer a glimpse into times long gone with great Bermudian style architecture and a rustic charm. It has some of the best diving in the region. Middle and North Caicos offers lush green woodlands, the biggest cave network in the Caribbean and a vast array of plant and bird life. Parrot Cay and Pine Cay are privately owned islands and home to the most exclusive resorts in the Caribbean.

DINING, BARS AND NIGHTLIFE

With 40 islands and Cays, and Providenciales being a tourist mecca, the region is not short of restaurants or bars, catering to all tastes. Being in the Caribbean, fresh seafood is a popular fare of Turks & Caicos. But with an array of cuisine and bars, there is something for everyone.

Rocky Point Villas at Parrot Cay

Rocky Point Villas at Parrot Cay

Rocky Point Villas at Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos

There are three Rocky Point Villas at Parrot Cay called Rocky Point, Lucky House and Dhyani House and feature three bedrooms in a prime beachfront location. These light and airy vi...

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Maximum Guests: 7
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Location: Parrot Cay
From £4,010per night
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Serenity House

Serenity House

Serenity House, Turks & Caicos

Serenity House is a luxury beachfront holiday villa offering 4000 square ft. of living space. The villa is located directly on the beautiful white sand beach of Grace Bay – rated...

  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Maximum Guests: 12
  • Bathrooms: 6
  • Location: Grace Bay
From £1,504per night
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Sugar Kube

Sugar Kube

Sugar Kube, Turks & Caicos

Exquisitely designed & furnished, Sugar Kube is a lovely three-level, one bedroom, beach villa just footsteps from the spectacular Grace Bay Beach & Smith’s Reef - a gre...

  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Maximum Guests: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1.5
  • Location: Smiths Reef, north shore
From £416per night
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Tamarind Estate at Parrot Cay

Tamarind Estate at Parrot Cay

Tamarind Estate at Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos

Tamarind Estate at Parrot Cay features 5 luxurious bedrooms with 3 bedrooms in the main house and 2 bedrooms in the guest pavilion, and both villas open to panoramic ocean views an...

  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Maximum Guests: 12
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Location: Parrot Cay
From £8,384per night
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Tamarind House at Parrot Cay

Tamarind House at Parrot Cay

Tamarind House at Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos

Tamarind House at Parrot Cay is the main house of the Tamarind Estate and can be rented separately as a three bedroom villa. This stunning house has 3 en-suite bedrooms, a kitchen,...

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Maximum Guests: 7
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Location: Parrot Cay
From £5,132per night
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Tamarind Pavilion at Parrot Cay

Tamarind Pavilion at Parrot Cay

Tamarind Pavilion at Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos

Tamarind Pavilion at Parrot Cay is a beautiful two bedroom beach villa that is part of the Tamarind Estate and can be rented separately and features a private pool, sun deck and ha...

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Maximum Guests: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Location: Parrot Cay
From £3,038per night
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The Dunes Grace Bay Club

The Dunes Grace Bay Club

The Dunes Grace Bay Club, Turks & Caicos

Opening December 2015, The Dunes Grace Bay Club sets a new standard of excellence for luxury villa homes on Turks & Caicos. Guest will  enjoy breathtaking vistas from the 3 oc...

  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Maximum Guests: 10
  • Bathrooms: 5.5
  • Location: North coast Providenciales
The Palms Turks and Caicos

The Palms Turks and Caicos

The Palms Turks and Caicos, Turks & Caicos

The Palms Turks and Caicos is an beautiful 72-suite resort spanning 12 acres at the heart of Grace Bay Beach. Grace Bay is consistently ranked among the most beautiful white sandy...

  • Bedrooms: 1-3
  • Maximum Guests: 6
  • Bathrooms: 1-3
  • Location: Grace Bay Beach
The Residence Estate at Parrot Cay

The Residence Estate at Parrot Cay

The Residence Estate at Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos

The Residence Estate at Parrot Cay comprises of 3 homes nestled in seven acres of lush landscaped gardens in a prime beachfront location. It is a completely private estate located ...

  • Bedrooms: 11
  • Maximum Guests: 26
  • Bathrooms: 11
  • Location: Parrot Cay
From £14,175per night
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The Residence House at Parrot Cay

The Residence House at Parrot Cay

The Residence House at Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos

The Residence House at Parrot Cay is a five-bedroom home on the private island  resort off Turks & Caicos. This is the main 5 bedrooms house of The Residence Estate and can b...

  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Maximum Guests: 10
  • Bathrooms: 5.5
  • Location: Parrot Cay
From £6,156per night
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Getting There

British Airways operate a scheduled service to Providenciales with a touch down on route. Alternatively, with over 30 weekly flights into Turks & Caicos, another popular choice is via USA. There are daily flights from Miami and New York and other regional airports.

Capital: Grand Turk is the capital Island
Flying time: 12 hours with a touchdown in one of the Antilles islands
Language: English
Country Size: 170 square miles
Time Difference from UK: -4 hours Winter/ -5 hours Summer
Currency: US dollars
Voltage: 110 volts, 2 pin plugs
Driving: Left hand side of the road
Airport: Providenciales International Airport (other airports on other islands)
Entry Requirements: British citizens do not require a visa. You will require a valid passport with 6 months validity.
Drink the water: Water in Turks & Caicos is safe to drink
Beaches: With 40 islands and cays, there are plenty of beaches to visit
Health and Safety: Pack some insect repellant as there are mosquitos. Make sure you have adequate travel insurance before you travel.

The average temperature ranges between 29-32 degrees Celsius from June to October, sometimes reaching 35 degrees Celsius, especially in the late summer months. From November to May, the average temperature is 27-29 degrees Celsius. A constant trade wind keeps the climate at a comfortable level. There is an annual rainfall of 21 inches on Grand Turk and South Caicos, but as you venture further west, the average rainfall could increase to 40 inches. On average, Turks & Caicos enjoys 350 days of sunshine.