Turks & Caicos

Turks & Caicos Islands

The Island

Turks & Caicos is a chain of islands located South East of the Bahamas and just North of the Dominican Republic.

Providenciales, known locally as Provo, is Turks & Caicos most developed island. It is surrounded by beautiful white sand beaches and some of the most incredible turquoise water in the world. A luxury destination, which boasts a large variety of beachfront bars and restaurants to satisfy any taste. Be sure to ask for recommendations, we want to help make your trip special.

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The Ocean

Boasting the 3rd largest reef in the world, kept pristine by the TCI national park system, Turks & Caicos is a haven of natural beauty abundant with marine life from baby turtles to humpback whales – be sure to keep an eye out for our resident dolphins Jojo and friends, who surf our waves like pros!

With over 200 miles of white sand beaches, and the countless islands and cays to explore, you are sure to find your perfect hideaway – where the only footprints you find will be your own.

Conch is a tropical marine mollusk with a spiral shell found here in Turks & Caicos and the surrounding waters. Providenciales is home to the worlds only Conch Farm and is our only export. Conch can be eaten in a variety of ways and can be found in most restaurants. It is a must try during your stay.

Quick Facts

Driving – Turks & Caicos follows the British road system, driving on the left-hand side and populated with British road signs.

Currency – The local currency is US Dollars, and most hotels and restaurants accept travelers cheques.

Language – The main language spoken on island is English.

Time Zone – Atlantic Standard Time (AST)

Water – As on many small islands, fresh water is precious, please be conservative.

Electricity – 110 Volt/60 Second Cycle, suitable for US appliances.

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