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Turks and Caicos Travel Wiki

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Travel to Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos are a group of islands that are in the Atlantic Ocean, but provide a “border” for the Caribbean Sea.  About 40 islands in total comprise the archipelago, which is located to the west of The Bahamas and north of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Relaxation is on the agenda when visiting this British Overseas Territory. You’ll find a barrier reef more than 20km long to explore through snorkeling and diving. Divers will especially enjoy the underwater wall, located off Grand Turk Island, that is more than 2,100m of adventure to explore.

Luxury resorts provide clean, groomed beaches that will bring you want you need to relax. Restaurants and shops can cater to whatever your wants may be. The islands are a stunning hotspot for biodiversity. Hiking and exploration opportunities are abundant. You can rent a bicycle to explore the islands during a warm, sunny day. Or, if you prefer, the emerald waters and white sand beaches invite you to find some comfortable, grab some shade, and enjoy paradise.

While visiting Turks and Caicos, be sure to spend some time at one of the many music or cultural festivals. Ripsaw music is a major part of the culture here and you’ll find many opportunities to dance and relax. Traditional crafts are practiced on the islands as well, including straw hats and baskets being woven by hand. This beautiful archipelago is a wonderful way to enjoy a holiday of relaxation and exploration. With small museums, large beaches, and plenty of water activities available, it is an experience everyone should enjoy at least once.

Best of Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos is synonymous with wealth, beauty, and glamour. This small archipelago tucked between the Bahamas and the island of Hispaniola and boasts some of the most stunning beaches in the world. Consistently rated as one of the top tropical destinations, the Turks and Caicos Islands do not disappoint. This is the ideal, picturesque Caribbean, with powder white sand and turquoise water that stretches as far as you can see. While retaining its quaint charm and serenity, here you will be treated like royalty.

The people of Turks and Caicos have perfected island living. It is luxury and chic but with a laidback, welcoming vibe. The reason people come here is for the beautiful beaches and unique, modern accommodation.

No one would blame you for spending your vacation relaxing on the beach, enjoying the sun, sand, and surf. These beaches are ranked as some of the best in the world. Hit the highlights and enjoy the world famous Grace Beach on Providenciales. Don’t miss Malcolm Beach, also on Providenciales, or Long Bay, where the gentle surf and horseback rides are perfect for children.

Pine Cay and Parrot Cay offer picture-perfect views. This is the best of the Caribbean with pristine turquoise seas and white sand. Both are private islands, cater to celebrities, and are truly exceptional. Charter a boat and find your way to Sandy Point or the Whitby Beaches, on North Caicos, where there is exceptional snorkeling. On Grand Turk, you won’t want to miss the Governor’s Beach.

Once you’ve had your fill of relaxing under the sun, enjoy one of the many water activities, such as fishing, boating, sailing, parasailing, or even paddle boarding or kayaking. This is a top destination for divers or those who want to snorkel. Protected reefs provided excellent opportunities to view spectacular aquatic life. The islands work hard to preserve their natural treasures and you can go bird watching or enjoy nature in a clear-bottomed boat on an eco-safari. If you’re there from January to early April, you might even spot a humpbacked whale or catch a glimpse of local celebrity, JoJo the Dolphin.

Turks and Caicos offer outstanding spa options, as well as excellent shopping and award-winning restaurants. Here you will feel completely removed from the hustle and bustle of the real world, but have access to world-class amenities.

There is no shortage of activities once you have enjoyed the sand and surf. Explore the mysterious Middle Caicos Caves, play golf on one of the many pristine golf courses, or explore the islands’ history and visit Cheshire Hall or the Grand Turk Lighthouse.

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Cockburn Town, capital of Turks and Caicos Islands

Cockburn Town Travel Wiki Travel to Cockburn Town If you’re visiting TCI, then Cockburn Town will likely be one of your primary destinations. With its historic Bermudian architecture, the long and narrow streets, adorned with beautiful old street lamps, provides a quaint atmosphere for a romantic stroll at twilight. The seat of government was established in Cockburn Town in 1766 as it was the first permanent settlement on Turks and Caicos. It is said that the city was founded on the exact...

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Turks and Caicos Islands Holidays

Turks and Caicos Islands Public Holidays See the calendars for national Turks and Caicos Islands holidays year by year. Find and just click on the year you for which you need more information about Turks and Caicos Islands holidays, and the calendar for the year will open. When is the non working days for the year. Public / national days, see the calendar for the country here.

Official holidays

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January 1New Year's Day
VariableCommonwealth Day2nd Monday in March
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VariableNational Heroes' DayLast Monday in May
VariableQueen's Birthday2nd Monday in June
VariableEmancipation Day1st Monday in August
VariableNational Youth DayLast Friday in September
VariableNational Heritage Day2nd Monday in October
VariableNational Day of Thanksgiving4th Friday in November
December 25Christmas Day
December 26Boxing Day
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