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Widely considered to have some of the top beaches in the world, the Turks and Caicos Islands are one of the best-kept secrets of the Caribbean. Easy, unrushed travel and open, powdery beaches on the forty islands that make up this chain make them the perfect location for return visits. Although only eight of the islands are inhabited, the English-speaking population makes travel between them a breeze. The top-notch accommodations and gourmet restaurants make the Turks and Caicos chain a draw for many celebrities and dignitaries, but you will be equally at home on these comfortable, low maintenance islands.
In addition to the pristine sandy beaches, Turks and Caicos offer a number of exciting but relaxing activities along its island shores. Enthused ornithologists can view birds along the salt ponds and inland marshes that dot the Turks and Caicos Islands, especially on North Caicos, where you can hear the rare West Indian Whistling-Duck.
The only conch farm in the world is in these islands. One of the top foods for chefs around the world, this farm offers a show with two friendly conchs, viewing of conch pearls, and the opportunity to purchase and eat fresh conch.
The 200-year-old ruins of Cheshire Hall, a former cotton plantation, are one of the top historic attractions in Turks and Caicos. Carefully preserved, this location also offers some of the best views of the entire island.
If you enjoy outdoor activities, Turks and Caicos offers opportunities for kayaking and diving. Kayakers will most enjoy paddling around Grand Turk, where glass bottom kayaks allow you to see impressive plants and animals. Snorkeling off the coast of Grand Turk in Gibbs Cay provides views of some of the most beautiful waters in the Caribbean.
If you would like to view the local ocean life, consider booking a trip to view the North Atlantic Humpback Whales around the islands of Grand Turk and Salt Cay in January through early April. There are opportunities to view the whales from underwater as well.
The Middle Caicos Island is home to a chain of the largest limestone caves in the Caribbean. If you are more adventurous, travel to Long Bay in Providenciales to view a naturally formed 40-foot hole, where you can be lowered 80 feet down to view it up close.
Ancient island buildings such as the St. Tomas Parish Church and the famous Duke Street filled with historic homes are beautiful buildings available for viewing during a relaxing walk around the islands. Additional locations, such as the Victoria Public Library and the Anglican Church, are sprinkled throughout the local villages.
Enjoy the historical transportation of the Island Trams that provide local guides and historical tours throughout the Turks and Caicos Islands. With views of windmills, salt ponds, wild horses, and secluded beaches, you will get a true feel for the exquisite flora and fauna of the island.
The Grand Turk Cruise Center is world-renowned for its first-class facility for swimming, relaxing on the beach, and enjoying spa facilities. In addition, a 45,000 square foot shopping center, including a duty-free store, offers many opportunities to eat, shop, and enjoy the tourist atmosphere.
Best Time To Visit:
The best time to visit the Turks and Caicos Islands is in April and May when there are fewer crowds and the prices are at their lowest. Occasional rain showers are possible during this time, but you will not encounter as many people on the beaches. The islands do experience hurricane season from June to November, so the peak tourist season is from December to March. However, no matter when you decide to visit these luxurious islands, the weather will be pleasant and in the 80s.