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Our Turks and Caicos


Getting Here

By Plane

With more than 12 major airlines serving Providenciales International Airport and daily flights from Miami, New York and Charlotte, the Turks and Caicos are easily accessible from virtually anywhere in the world.

Major carriers flying to Providenciales include American Airlines, US Airways, Air Canada, JetBlue, WestJet, British Airways and Delta. Domestic Airlines InterCaribbean and Caicos Express offer scheduled flights within the Caribbean to and from Jamaica, The Bahamas, Haiti, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.

A valid passport is required for travel to the Turks and Caicos.

By Sea

Travel to Providenciales by sea is a great option for private motor yacht and sportfishing vessel owners with easy access from the U.S., Bahamas and Dominican Republic. Berth your vessel at Blue Haven Marina in Leeward to the northeast and enjoy their first class marina facilities and services. To the south, berthing options include South Side Marina and Caicos Marina & Shipyard. Be sure to book your slip in advance.


Climate

The Turks and Caicos Islands enjoy year-round warm weather. Summers can be slightly muggy with temperatures in the 80s and 90s, but the constant tradewinds keep the humidity at bay in comparison to other Caribbean locations. Wintertime is mild and dry with temperatures in the 70s and 80s during the day and low 70s, high 60s for cool evenings.


Currency

The official currency of the Turks and Caicos Islands is the U.S. Dollar. ATMs are available on island for withdrawing funds, and most major credit cards are accepted.


Activities

On the Water

With over 1,200km of contiguous reef, the third-largest in the world, Turks and Caicos offer some of the most spectacular snorkelling and diving in the world. Panoply Sport Fishing & Luxury Charters offer first class deep sea and bottom fishing excursions as well as luxury yacht charters aboard their stunning Intrepid yachts.

If you’re up for an adventure, explore the mangroves and surrounding cays by paddleboard (SUP) or kayak or power up for some wakeboarding, waterskiing or tubing. Fly high and parasail along the north shore and enjoy stunning aerial views of Grace Bay. Long Bay Beach provides one of the best locations in the world to learn kiteboarding with no shortage of experienced instructors.

On Land

Many activities are available on land for you to explore the vistas, culture and history of our islands. For the avid golfer, Provo Golf Club‘s 18 hole, Par 72 course is a must, with tennis courts also available on property. Taxi, bus or guided scooter tours are a popular choice for touring the island.

Pamper yourself with a wide selection of spa services available on location or at your villa, or zen out with studio and private sessions with Retreat Yoga & Wellness Studio.


Dining

Provo boasts a wide selection of fantastic dining options from beachside local fare to fine French cuisine. Ask us about our favourites for local fare, casual dining and fine dining options.


Outer Islands

While Provo is the equivalent of our ‘bustling city centre’, the outer islands also have a lot to offer. Day trips to North & Middle Caicos can be easily arranged by ferry or private boat with many spots to explore like Wade Green Plantation and the Government Farm in North; and Mudjin Harbour, Wild Cow Run and the Conch Bar Caves in Middle. Grand Turkour capital, makes a great escape for diving or whale watching (during season) and features a number of landmarks for exploring Turks and Caicos history and culture.