Why Vacationers Stay at Turks and Caicos Hotels

The Turks and Caicos Islands offer tranquility and beauty beyond compare. The islands are known for their white sandy beaches, and crystal-clear turquoise water in an unspoiled setting. Many visitors enjoy the Turks and Caicos hotels on the beautiful islands situated southeast of Miami, Florida approximately 575 miles away.

Many of the finest Turks and Caicos hotels are situated nicely on the eight major islands and nearly unlimited cays of this small archipelago. Collectively, the islands makeup 193 square miles of relatively flat land. A long barrier reef provides protection to the islands on the north side, while offering phenomenal opportunities for diving.

The Turks and Caicos Islands continue an ongoing relationship with Britain. In 1962, they were recognized as a British Commonwealth colony and now hold the official title of “Independent Overseas Territory.”

Some of the most remarkable Turks and Caicos hotels are situated on Grace Bay Beach. This 12-mile stretch of beach is also filled with high-end condominiums and some of the most phenomenal vacation homes on the islands.

Turks and Caicos Islands

Visitors from all over the world are attracted to the area because of its enjoyable offshore winds and pleasant climate. The islands stay comfortably dry throughout every season with mild temperatures averaging in the mid-80s during summer, falling to the mid-70s in wintertime.

Since the 1980s, the Turks and Caicos Islands have thrived as a result of their popularity in the tourist industry. Since then, many visitors have chosen to stay and construct their own private homes. International flights arrive every day, serving as the final destination for vacationers all around the globe. Here are some excellant hotels among Turks and Caicos All-inclusive resorts.

Out of all of the Caribbean destinations, the Turks and Caicos offer serenity and seclusion that is unmatched. Divers, sports fishermen, and seashell hunters appreciate the unique sea life, remarkable reefs and beautiful crystal clear seawater. English is spoken here, and the islands trade in the US dollar.