Dreaming of the Caribbean that’s deserted and off the beaten path? Then let us show you the luxury resorts of Turks and Caicos. The British Overseas Territory is made up of 11 islands, each boasting an array of white and azure beaches, most of which you will have completely to yourself. Read more...

Turks and Caico Resorts

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Parrot Cay by COMO

Enjoy the luxury of a private island Caribbean setting with a mile long beach on Parrot Cay by COMO. While the stunning and secluded location is enough to take your breath away, it’s the resorts’ spa offering, COMO Shambhala Retreat, that sets it apart from other Caribbean Resorts. Within the retreat are nine treatment rooms including private cottages and pavilions, as well as an infinity pool, private yoga studio, Pilates hut, steam rooms and sauna. The retreat also has a cuisine offering that focuses on local and organic produce where possible. Other options within the resort include the relaxed poolside venue Lotus, or Terrace which specialises in modern Mediterranean cuisine.

Destination: Turks and Caicos

Staying in Turks and Caicos

The appeal of Providenciales

Turks and Caicos are made up of the larger Caicos Islands, the smaller Turks Islands, and a couple of private island resorts, each island offering its own charming character.

The region’s main island Providenciales is where much of the region’s locals live, a population of over 23,000. Notably prior to 1960, the island only had a population of 500 and was free of roads, cars and electricity. Today the island is home to all of modern life’s amenities (golf course and casino included), while still maintaining an air of relaxation, seclusion and off the beaten track appeal.

Sail away

Away from Providenciales, it’s the surrounding lagoons and beaches that prove the greatest draw cards of Turks and Caicos. Charter boats are at the ready, waiting to whisk you away to the region’s many secluded beaches such as Half Moon Bay. This part of the world is also where you’ll find the world’s third largest coral reef system.

The islands of Grand Turk, Salt Cay and Providenciales all offer incredible wall diving while Smith’s Reef, just off the beach from Providenciales, is where snorkelers can spot an array of wildlife such as trumpetfish, moray eels and sea turtles. If you’d prefer to stay above the water, visit Turks and Caicos in January to April to see Humpback whales.

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