Turks and Caicos

Travel Guide
Turks and Caicos featuring general coastal views, a coastal town and a house
Visit a sun-kissed archipelago with long stretches of deserted sands, an extensive coral reef system and clear warm waters.

Crystalline turquoise waters and white sand beaches are trademarks to the over forty islands and cays that make up the ‘Beautiful by Nature’ Turks and Caicos Islands. Considered the World’s best kept secret, the Turks and Caicos Islands are an easy escape. We welcome visitors to enjoy our pristine and inviting beaches, experience our luxurious accommodations, indulge in our world class spas, treat yourself to delectable dining in paradise and revel in our culture and local traditions.

With such exceptional shoreline, selecting an idyllic beach will not be difficult. Bask in the sun at Grace Bay on Providenciales, a 12-mile (19-kilometer) stretch of sand. Enjoy the privacy of secluded bays and isolated coves, and visit the unspoiled beaches of our Sister Islands.

Each of our Sister Islands are unique and offer an opportunity to indulge your adventurous side with an ‘off the beaten path’ experience. In North Caicos, visitors enjoy bird watching before voyaging to the connected Middle Caicos. Middle Caicos is home to one of the largest cave systems in the Caribbean and offers breathtaking views on Mudjin Harbour from limestone cliffs. Grand Turk, the capital, offers world class diving on the third largest barrier reef system in the world. Salt Cay offers exciting Humpback whale watching excursions, and opportunities to swim alongside them, from December to April. South Caicos is a water sports haven with activities ranging from diving kayaking, fishing and snorkelling.

Our Private Island Collection includes Parrot Cay, Pine Cay and Ambergris Cay - ultra-luxurious and boutique islands, perfect for an exclusive retreat.

The highlight of every visit to the Turks and Caicos Islands are the culinary experiences available in a variety of restaurants throughout the islands. From talented private chefs to quaint hole-in-the-wall eateries or fine dining establishments, your visit to Turks and Caicos will be perfected by delectable dining experiences. The native dishes of the islands include conch, lobster and fish – all skilfully prepared in every way imaginable by our world-class chefs. The islands are famous for our flavourful, mouth-watering foods. Turks and Caicos has quickly become a foodie paradise. Each island offers a vast array of dining options featuring world class cuisines and most importantly, local dishes at open-air restaurants which provide our guests and residents alike with an authentic taste of the islands.

For more details on interesting local attractions and activities, check out our things to do in Turks and Caicos page.

Popular cities in Turks and Caicos

Providenciales featuring tropical scenes, island views and landscape views
Known for Beaches, Islands and Sea
This tropical island is a sunny haven for travelers with its luxury resorts, pristine white beaches and stunning coral reefs.

Reasons to visit

  • Grace Bay Beach
  • Turtle Cove
  • Providenciales Beaches