Turks and Caicos

Life here is slow-paced, the kind that makes you want to layout in the sun for hours, without a care in the world. But life here is also thrilling. The island is filled with activities and you can try any water sport you can imagine! Not quite convinced? Read on to find out why you need a getaway to Turks and Caicos.

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Let's get straight to the point with the top reasons to visit Turks and Caicos!!


1. The Beaches

For several years in a row, Grace Bay Beach has been named the Best Beach Destination by Trip Advisor. Imagine how beautiful this sunset would be in person! You and your loved one/s are walking together along the shore as the gentle waves wash over your feet. Nothing but pure bliss beaches at Turks and Caicos.

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2. World's Finest Diving and Snorkeling

 The barrier reef in Turks and Caicos is the third largest in the world and there are countless spectacular wall dives available.

Turks and Caicos is located on a 10,000-foot (3000-meter) high plateau rising from the surrounding ocean floor. At times, the transition between shallow and deep water can be quite impressive. In addition to the abundance of coral and sea life, the Turks and Caicos have been voted the best diving destination in the Caribbean by Scuba Diving Magazine readers.

3. Exciting Water Activities

The island offers excellent snorkeling, kiteboarding, paddleboarding, parasailing, windsurfing, surfing, fishing, boat cruises, and more.

There are always many water sports to enjoy in the beautiful marine environment of Turks and Caicos if you prefer to relax on the beach when on vacation; there are plenty of options for that too, at Grace Bay.




4. Use the USD

Turks and Caicos are a British Overseas Territory with their own unique culture and heritage. It is also important to note that not only does the country use the US Dollar, but they also speak English and also use the same power sockets and voltage as the US. This means that you no longer have to worry about pesky currency conversion fees or scrambling to find an outlet adapter at the last minute!

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