Comprised of some 40 small islands, Turks and Caicos attract scuba divers, snorkelers, swimmers, and sports fishing enthusiasts. The 200-mile-long coral reef – the world’s third largest—draws visitors to the archipelago’s magnificent Caribbean underwater world.
Southeast of the Bahamas, the islands are becoming a fashionable destination. Provo is the hub, with restaurants, golf, and pristine beaches spanning miles. The 200-mile-long coral reef draws visitors to the archipelago’s magnificent Caribbean underwater world, while top-of-the-line hotels pamper them on land.
The coral cliffs around Grand Turk plunge more than 7,000 feet beneath some of the clearest waters in the world, thrilling divers and sheltering marine life. On snow white beaches, a bounty of perfect shells await discovery each morning.