Turks and Caicos Islands Holidays

Scuba dive with humpback whales, stroll through streets with wild donkeys or get your yo-ho-ho on in the formerly pirate-infested waters of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Most famous for what it offers at or below sea level, diving, snorkeling and sailing have given this previously unknown island chain a foothold in the Caribbean tourism market. The ... Read more
English-speaking islands boast one of the longest coral reefs in the world, as well as many new all-inclusive resorts and high-end hotels.

Turks and Caicos Islands Hotels

Things to see and do in Turks and Caicos Islands

  • Grace Bay Beach
    (60)
    Outdoors, Beaches and Watersports
    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorsy
  • Somewhere Cafe
    (32)
    Bars, Clubs and Nightlife, Beer Garden
    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorsy
  • Provo Golf Course
    (22)
    Outdoors, Golf
    Popular withOutdoorsyFamilies
  • Island Fish Fry
    (23)
    Bars, Clubs and Nightlife, Outdoors, Pub, Fishing
    Popular withFamiliesNightlife

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Weather

When winter weather back home becomes too much to handle, many people flee to Turks and the Caicos to bask in low 80 degree temperatures (mid-20s Celsius). More visitors equals higher prices, so expect steep ... Read more
hotel rates from December through April, with prices peaking over Christmas, New Year’s and President’s Day weekend in February. However, the rest of the year is pretty idyllic, too: summers can heat up into the mid-90s Fahrenheit (mid-30s Celsius) and you might get some afternoon showers, but you’ll be well compensated by cheaper hotel rates and airfare. Like the rest of the Caribbean, Turks and the Caicos can get hit by hurricanes, so keep a close eye on the weather from June 1 to November 30.

Top Turks and Caicos Islands restaurants

  • Las Brisas Restaurant
    (39)
    ££££
    Tapas/Small Plates, Mediterranean, Caribbean
    Popular withFoodiesFamilies
  • Coco Bistro
    (32)
    ££££
    Seafood, Caribbean
    Popular withFoodiesLuxury
  • Da Conch Shack
    (29)
    Caribbean
    Popular withFoodiesFamilies
  • Bugaloo's
    (26)
    Seafood, Caribbean
    Popular withFamiliesAdventure
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Turks and Caicos Islands reviews

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  • 8.2
    Adventure Travellers
  • 8.2
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  • 7.5
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Member Reviews(28)

New Orleans

The beaches Resort in Turks and Caicos was extremely family oriented. I saw many families traveling around the property with hired nannies through the resort, I thought that was a very cool. There was food and snacks unlimited all over the property as well as palatial and luxurious things to do during our entire week long trip. I actually made arrangements for my family to come visit as we were departing. They give discounts for returning customers ❤

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Wasaga Beach

Paradise supreme!! That's all I will say...just go! Como Shambala retreat....DIVINE !

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San Jose

Ah ..Provos! As they call it with the most beautiful sand and clean bright stars against the night sky. Snuba is good for non-divers. You will not explore much besides the local markets as there's no "target" or Mcdonalds. Rental car is available allowing exploration if time allows with discoveries of private beaches and conch shacks.

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London

– Set on a private island, Parrot Cay is as synonymous with luxury as it is with Turks and Caicos. The world-renowned spa sanctuary is the height of pampering, where your co-residents will likely be regular A-listers such as Donna Karan, Bruce Willis and Sir Paul McCartney. 1,000 acres of lush grounds are the playground of the elite. Whitewashed suites glisten as sheer materials billow in the breeze. Parrot Cay retains favour for its signature laid-back ambiance.

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New York City

The waters were great but we picked the wrong resort so it could have been better.

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the best beaches I've seen thus far, quiet, complete relaxation, great but pricey food...perfect place to go if you don't want to party but want to unwind and chill out

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Toronto

Bring your own mask & snorkle (rent some fins) and explore the ocean. There is always some fish to see close to shore.

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Boston
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Went here for spring break and had a wonderful time. Beautiful beaches, sun and lots of activities like sailing, snorkeling and diving. Awesome vacation spot.

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Tarzana

Tiny, beautiful

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Dover

BEST ISLAND EVER!!!

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