Hey gorgeous! So I’ve been working on a trip with my family for Summer 2016 and it seems we are all in agreement to go to Turks & Caicos. Today, I thought it’d be cool to share some highlights and things I’ve learned in doing my research and why you should have Turks & Caicos on your radar whether your planning a family trip or even just a getaway with your other half.
When you think of Turks and Caicos you immediately think of white sands and crystal clear waters from this tranquil location and they offer some of the luxurious resorts in the Caribbean, both family friendly friendly and adults only.
Where to Stay:
Beaches Turks & Caicos, is one of the Islands most popular resorts as it supplies an all inclusive experience for the whole family. Beaches boasts a 45,000 square foot waterpark, 4 magnificent villages with architecture from France to Italy and Key West. And let’s not forget about the 12 mile beach with clear turquoise waters.
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Seven Stars Resorts, is centered around spectacular white sand beaches and a lush marine preserve. Guests will enjoy well appointed accommodations, a full service spa and a variety of gourmet dining options. This resort also features the Islands only heated salt water pool.
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Parrot Cay by COMO, is actually located in the Northern Caribbean’s preeminent private Islands. The beach is located along a mile-long stretch of white sand and turquoise waters with chairs, umbrellas, drink service, and tiki hut available for rent. They also feature an award winning spa and exceptional cuisine.
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What To Do:
Besides relaxing on their pristine beaches, there are many water activities to enjoy on the island including diving and snorkeling, kayaking and even fishing. Looking for more adventure that doesn’t involve getting wet? Learn the story behind the Chesire Hall, one of the key historic attractions on the Providenciales. Take in the culture and rhythm of the Island with Island Trams, their tours pass by inns, churches and old buildings and gives you a tour that only a local guide can give.
Have you ever visited Turks and Caicos?