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BEAUTIFUL BY NATURE is the national slogan of the Turks and Caicos Islands which is rumored to have been discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1492 and now some 500 years later is being ´rediscovered´ as one of the fasted growing travel destinations in the Caribbean.

The Turks and Caicos Islands consist of 40 islands and cays, eight of which are inhabited. The islands are located 550 miles southeast of Miami, Florida, just below the Bahamas chain and just to the east of Cuba and the island of Hispaniola (Dominican Republic and Haiti.) Technically, the Turks and Caicos are located in the Atlantic Ocean, not the Caribbean Sea. Famous for her secluded beaches, crystal clear turquoise blue waters, un spoilt reefs and dramatic walls this archipelago has some of the best diving and snorkeling in the world.

The Turks and Caicos Islands are made up of two small island groups at the southeastern end of The Bahamas. The Turks group includes Grand Turk, Salt Cay, and lesser cays. The Caicos group includes South Caicos, East Caicos, Middle (or Grand) Caicos, North Caicos, Providenciales, West Caicos, and several smaller cays.

There are more than 30 cays and islands, of which six are inhabited. Geographically, the islands are a southeastern continuation of the Bahamas. The capital is at Cockburn Town on Grand Turk.


The Turks and Caicos Islands have an international airport on Providenciales and a domestic airports on Grand Turk, North Caicos, and South Caicos and on all of the islands except for West Caicos and East Caicos, which are uninhabited. American Airlines flies twice daily between Providenciales and Miami. In season, there are weekly charter flights from several North American cities, including Boston, Chicago, Detroit, New York, Montreal and Toronto. Every Sunday flights come from London.

Highlights of Turks And Caicos Island

  • White Sandy Beaches

  • Turks and Caicos Snorkeling, Diving and Scuba

  • Turks andCaicos Watersports

  • Deep Sea fishing in Turks and Caicos

  • National Reserve and Parks

The #1 Travelers’ Choice Island in the world is Providenciales.

The diving and snorkeling in Providenciales is as convenient as it is stunning, thanks to miles of coral reef that’s easily accessible from the shore. The upscale resorts and captivating beachscapes of Grace Bay make it a popular choice for waterfront escapes. The cliffs and crags of Chalk Sound make a lovely backdrop for kayaking the bright turquoise waters. Grace Bay Beach #2 in TOP 25 Beaches in the World.


Turtle Cove, Providenciales Villas for Rent

  • Smith’s Reef just steps from the Reef Pearl Villa, considered to be the best snorkeling on island, sits right in your backyard!

  • Caicos Royal Casino is open daily and just steps form the villa.

  • Sharkbite is a relaxed bar/restaurant offering lunch, dinner and snacks on the water overlooking Turtle Cove Marina.

  • Baci Italian restaurant overlooking the marina with great Italian food.

  • Mango Reef restaurant at Turtle cove Marina has spacious indoor banquet room, seating outside, inside or on a covered patio.

  • Experience an unforgettable evening of fine dining ‘al fresco’ style in one of this island’s oldest edifices constructed of rustic, hand-cut native stone walls.

  • In Turtle Cove you can find many tour operators. Fishing, diving, snorkeling kayaking and island tours.

  • Tiki Hut Bar and Restaurant is one of the oldest restaurant on the island with Caribbean cuisine.

  • Simone’s is a relaxed bar/restaurant offering local food and fish, lunch, dinner and snacks.

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