The tiny island nation of Turks & Caicos has received every accolade from the travel industry for its spectacular beaches and stunning scenery.
Less than a 90 minutes flight from Miami will find you in Providenciales, the main island of the tropical Archipelago. Turks and Caicos is made up of about one hundred islands and cays of varying size, of which only eight are inhabited. While you might be staying on Providenciales, many of the other islands are definitely worth exploring, including North Caicos, Middle Caicos, Grand Turks, South Caicos, and the stunning Salt Cay Island. All of these islands are accessible by a quick flight and some event by boat or ferry.
The Turks and Caicos Islands are home to the world’s third-largest barrier reef, after Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and the Belize Barrier Reef, making it one of the best dive spots in the Caribbean. The watersport offering is also just as good, with activities to suit all abilities, from paddleboarding, to waterskiing and snorkeling.
The restaurants are top-notch, with nculinary options comparable to any major city in the United States. If casual is your thing, there are lots of amazing local restaurants who create the perfect Caribbean fare ranging from jerk chicken to conch salad.
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