Turks & Caicos Islands

Situated southeast of Miami at the northern end of the West Indies, the Turks & Caicos Islands are an idyllic and tranquil tropical archipelago. This British Overseas Territory spans over 40 islands and cays, each offering unique landscapes and opportunities to explore.

Where are the Turks & Caicos Islands?

The Turks & Caicos Islands are located in the Atlantic Ocean, south-east of the Florida peninsula and to the east of the Bahamas. Specifically, these tropical islands sit North of the island of Hispaniola, which is shared by Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

Turquoise Waters and White Sands

Pristine and inviting beaches, and underwater oases await

Renowned for its pristine environment, the Turks & Caicos Islands feature one of the largest coral reef systems in the world, making it a paradise for snorkellers and divers. Furthermore, its white-sand beaches, such as Grace Bay Beach, often rank among the world's best. Popular for ecotourism, the Turks & Caicos Islands are also home to rich biodiversity. Visitors might encounter a variety of bird species, marine life, and even native rock iguana.

What Can I Do in the Turks & Caicos Islands?

Try A Spot of Island Hopping
The Finest Diving and Snorkelling
Appreciate the Natural Landscape

Try A Spot of Island Hopping

Why try one of the Turks & Caicos Islands when you can visit several? There are plenty to choose from, and your decision will depend on what you're hoping to see and do. Providenciales is the most developed island, offering beautiful beaches like Grace Bay, natural attractions such as Chalk Sound National Park, and lively shopping and dining experiences. Grand Turk is the historical centre, and home to the Governor's Beach, the Grand Turk Lighthouse, and the Turks & Caicos National Museum. It's also a top destination for diving. Salt Cay is the smallest inhabited island, boasting old salt ponds and remnants of colonial architecture.

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