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A total of 40 islands and cays make up the spectacular Turks and Caicos Islands. A little more laid-back than its more famous Caribbean neighbours, it boasts glorious year-round weather, picture-perfect beaches, dazzling coral reefs and plenty of world-class luxury resorts.
There’s nothing like having a little extra cash to splash while you’re away. If you’re looking for an easy way to save, bundle your hotel and flights into a Turks and Caicos Vacation Package. Choose your flights and then add one (or more) of the 1215 Expedia-listed hotels starting at CA $290 a night. You can also add extras like car rental and activities. Want to take a magical sunset boat tour around Grace Bay? Just add it to your package.
Day 1-3: All international flights into Turks and Caicos arrive at Providenciales International Airport. Once you’ve touched down in “Provo,” as it’s known locally, make your way north to stunning Grace Bay Beach. Here you can snorkel, try some water sports and relax under the Caribbean sun.
Day 4-5: Not far from Grace Bay is Heaving Down Rock Marina. Catch a ferry from here and you can be at Sandy Point Marina on North Caicos in around 30 minutes. Renting a car on North Caicos is easy, and there’s plenty to see. Start with Wade’s Green Plantation, Pumpkin Bluff, Three Mary Cays and Flamingo Pond.
Day 6-7: Middle Caicos is the largest of the islands and also one of the quietest. After you’ve dipped your toes in the water at Bambarra Beach, take a guided tour of the Conch Bar Caves, one of the largest cave systems on dry land in the Caribbean.
There’s always some type of celebration happening in Turks and Caicos. Junkanoo Jump Up, a street carnival with costumes and dancing, is one of the most colourful and is held January 1 every year when the clock strikes midnight.
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