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Turks and Caicos All-Inclusive Vacations

Home to the Best Beach in the World, Turks & Caicos invites you to sugary, white sands complete with sparkling blue waters and the warm Caribbean sun.

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Dive Into Turks and Caicos

Exploring the vibrant marine life is what brings many to the islands. The calm waters create ideal conditions for snorkeling, dazzling visitors' eyes with intricate corals and sunken ships, but that’s not all this country has to offer. For those who want a little more variety, there are resorts, hotels, spas, cruises, festivals and restaurants awaiting you. In fact, Turks & Caicos delights by serving some of the best cuisine, made with the freshest ingredients including the island’s seafood delicacy – conch. Above and below the water, there’s no place better than Turks if you’re in need of a break and a place to relax and get away on vacation.

Turks and Caicos Overview

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    Mapping Out Turks and Caicos

    Turks & Caicos is made up of 40 different islands and cays, but only 8 are inhabited, making this Caribbean haven the ultimate escape. Providenciales, referred to as "Provo," is the main island with the majority of the resorts, restaurants and attractions. Provo has no rolling hills, verdant landscape or winding rural roads. But what it can claim is some of the best beaches in the region: wide and pristine swaths of white sand, fringed by impossibly blue waters that bring visitors back again and again. Grand Turk is the capital island of Turks & Caicos, but compared to Provo, there’s more of a small-town vibe on this island. The sleepy little village of Salt Cay is worth spending a day exploring. New projects are also in the process to bring tourism to Middle Caicos & North Caicos, but there’s already a lot to see here. Explore lush tropical foliage, caves and powdery beaches when you spend your time on these islands.

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    Serene Snorkeling

    If you're staying off of Grace Bay Beach in Provo, then you'll for sure want to snorkel along the calm shores. The water is so still it will look like a swimming pool. And, you can venture south to Salt Cay for another gorgeous day exploring the seas. Salt Cay is very quiet and quaint. This slice of serenity will enchant you with its unspoiled town, peaceful beaches and warm waters. If you time it right, you’ll get to see humpback whales migrating south. Plan your trip to Salt Cay in the winter and early spring to see these majestic creatures swim the seas. Full of local charm, Salt Cay offers plenty of snorkeling and scuba diving.

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    Provo's Pride

    The main island on Turks & Caicos is commonly called "Provo" and is home to the island's claim to fame, the north-coast beach at Grace Bay. Once you sink your toes into its sugar-fine white sands and swim in the bathtub-warm waters, you’ll instantly understand why. The winds are gentle so the sands and surf never blow too hard, making this family-friendly beach perfect for swimming. Coral reefs border the shores, creating colorful scuba and snorkeling sites. And if you’re into water sports, you’re in the right place. Less than a mile from the shore, the seawall plummets 6,000 feet, making Provo a must-do for divers (the island also boasts the world’s third longest barrier reef). Take a paddleboard out for a leisurely journey through the mangroves, or join a boat or kayak tour of the cays that comprise the Princess Alexandra National Park.

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    Beyond "Provo"

    Provo is gorgeous, but with roughly 39 other Turks and Caicos islands surrounding you, it’d be a shame to limit yourself to seeing just one. Be sure to take a day and see the other islands. Hop on the TCI Ferry and, 25 minutes later, you’ll be on North Caicos. Rent a car there and then drive across the causeway to Middle Caicos, where Bambarra Beach and Mudjin Harbour are two of the Caribbean’s most stunning–and least crowded–beaches. You can also see Wade’s Green Plantation and the Flamingo Pond, which has some of the prettiest pink flamingos around.

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    The Island's Delicacy

    You can't visit Turks & Caicos without tasting the island's seafood of choice, conch. You can find this tasty delicacy served in salads, gumbo, burgers and more. To top it off, Turks & Caicos is home to the only conch farm in the Caribbean, so it's a tour you won't want to miss. The Caicos Conch Farm is a modest operation that only takes about 30 minutes to tour but it's worth it, if only to see “stunt conchs” Jerry and Sally, who emerge from their shells on demand. At the Conch Farm, you can buy lamps and jewelry made from the pink-lipped mollusk, or simply pick up a polished empty shell as a memento. (Visitors may leave the TCI with as many as three, but they must be packed in checked luggage.)

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    Seaside Lunch

    Da Conch Shack, a seaside setup about 15 minute's drive from Grace Bay, is a must for lunch. Take a seat at a bench in the sand and feast on conch in all its iterations, from golden-fried to refreshingly raw, ceviche-style. And don’t leave without a cup of Rayon’s Infamous Rum Punch. (Just make sure you have a designated driver because this punch packs a wallop.)

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    One Gorgeous View

    Located at Seven Stars Resort, Deck Bar is the place to be when the sun begins to set. This little gem of a bar and restaurant overlooks Grace Bay Beach and often features live entertainment. Savor the glorious sunset as it dips into the ocean.

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    Sip and Shop

    While shopping in the Village in Grace Bay, look out for Flavors of the Turks and Caicos, which sells locally harvested sea salt, rum cakes, Turks Head beer, and five varieties of Bambarra rum, the local brand. (Tip: Plentiful samples mean you can sip and nibble as you shop.)

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    Sing Along

    One of the entertainment delights in Turks & Caicos is the husband and wife singing duo, NaDa. Daniel and Nadine travel around Turks singing at a variety of bars and restaurants. Be sure to check around and see where they're playing while you're on your vacation!

Most Popular Resorts in Turks and Caicos

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    Alexandra Resort - All-Inclusive

    If a feeling of victory sweeps over you as you curl your toes in the white sands of Grace Bay Beach at this resort, it must be because you just realized the right decision you made to visit. You might have decided that because Grace Bay won best beach in the world on numerous occasions. Then again, you could have that feeling when you snorkel out to see the barrier reef or spend a day in and out of the surf. The possibilites are endless at Alexandra Resort.

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    Ocean Club

    Located on Grace Bay Beach, Ocean Club offers access to one of the world's best beaches. From the glorious poolside area to the dreamy golf course, you'll be living it up at this iconic Turks & Caicos resort.

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    Seven Stars Resort

    We predict romance and relaxation in your future at Seven Stars Resort in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The resort sits on the pale sands and gentle surf of Grace Bay, recently awarded TripAdvisor's Traveler's Choice Award for being the number-one beach in the world. One step on the shore and you'll agree Grace Bay is the perfect setting for romance, long walks or just being with someone special.

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    Beach House - All-Inclusive (Adults-Only)

    Beach House features an intimate 21-suite, adults-only retreat on the gorgeous Grace Bay Beach. The white dunes, swaying sea grass and azure water will mesmerize you. And this posh beach resort features spacious rooms, measuring 1,150 to 1, 580 sq. ft, each with luxury amenities and private balconies.

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    Blue Haven Resort - All-Inclusive

    Here, your days will be filled with unwinding amid the warm breezes under shady mangroves and digging your toes in the sand on a private beach, along with doing absolutely nothing, except performing the difficult task of deciding on your next cocktail. However, if you do get a burst of energy, you can jump on the water trampoline, hop on a jet ski, or decide that all you want to do is bliss out during the coconut aroma scrub in a waterfront spa gazebo. The opportunities are endless at Blue Haven Resort.

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Customer Favorite Resorts in Turks & Caicos

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    Seven Stars Resort

    We predict romance and relaxation in your future at Seven Stars Resort in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The resort sits on the pale sands and gentle surf of Grace Bay, recently awarded TripAdvisor's Traveler's Choice Award for being the number-one beach in the world. One step on the shore and you'll agree Grace Bay is the perfect setting for romance, long walks or just being with someone special.

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  • Royal West Indies Beach Resort

    For your Caribbean home away from home, check into this resort in the Turks and Caicos, complimentary welcome drink in hand. Sitting on what many call the best beach in the world, Grace Bay Beach, this delightful resort features condo-style accommodations with family-friendly hotel amenities.

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    Beach House - All-Inclusive (Adults-Only)

    Beach House features an intimate 21-suite, adults-only retreat on the gorgeous Grace Bay Beach. The white dunes, swaying sea grass and azure water will mesmerize you. And this posh beach resort features spacious rooms, measuring 1,150 to 1, 580 sq. ft, each with luxury amenities and private balconies.

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    Ocean Club

    Located on Grace Bay Beach, Ocean Club offers access to one of the world's best beaches. From the glorious poolside area to the dreamy golf course, you'll be living it up at this iconic Turks & Caicos resort.

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    Alexandra Resort - All-Inclusive

    If a feeling of victory sweeps over you as you curl your toes in the white sands of Grace Bay Beach at this resort, it must be because you just realized the right decision you made to visit. You might have decided that because Grace Bay won best beach in the world on numerous occasions. Then again, you could have that feeling when you snorkel out to see the barrier reef or spend a day in and out of the surf. The possibilites are endless at Alexandra Resort.

    Take me to Alexandra Resort - All-Inclusive.