Turks & Caicos
Turks & Caicos is located at the end of the Bahamas chain of islands and with only eight of the forty islands inhabited, this is a place that allows you to truly escape. Stretches of pristine uncrowded beaches, secluded bays, inviting calm turquoise waters populated by glorious coral reefs teeming with colourful underwater life create the perfect environment for diving, snorkelling and fishing. Explore the historic towns and villages where life creeps along at its own pace, experience the excitement of whale watching at Salt Cay, watch a glorious sunset at Grace Bay, or enjoy kayaking in lush North Caicos.
- Enjoy crystal clear waters and pristine, white beaches
- Visit an award-winning spa for some indulgent pampering
- Snorkel in a kaleidescope of colourful fish and corals
- Embark on a swim safari
Summer: Between June and October, temperatures average 30°C with the sea temperature being almost as warm. Summer is also the season for hurricanes, but there is always ample warning.
Winter: In the winter months temperatures in these islands drop only a few degrees, averaging 28°C and the seas maintain their warm temperatures.
Best time to go
These islands average 350 days of sunshine a year, with the trade winds ensuring that a comfortable temperature is maintained.
We recommend traveling between November and April for the best weather, but try to avoid the high season rates by travelling outside of the Christmas period.
- Capital – Cockburn Town
- Currency – U.S Dollars
- Point of Entry – Cockburn Town
- Airlines –
- Flying Time – 12 hrs
- Time Zone – GMT −5 hrs
- Visa – Not required
- The most popular accommodation on the island fills up quickly during peak periods, so try to book eight months in advance for the best prices and choice of rooms.
Parrot Cay by COMO
Hollywood’s private island of choice (Bruce Willis and Donna Karan have homes here) Parrot Cay offers an enticing blend of exclusivity and accessibility with a beautiful resort, stunning beaches and a world-class holistic spa. With 1000 acres of unspoilt land and a mile long white sandy beach ...