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Get away from it all on the Turks and Caicos Islands; the ultimate luxury Caribbean getaway. With 40 islands to choose from, expect unparalleled, barefoot elegance and secluded paradise at every turn.
Head to Salt Cay to explore one of the largest reefs in the world. Grab your snorkelling or diving gear and slip beneath the water to see what wonders the Colombus Passage holds; from breathtaking reefs to teeming marine life. For the more adventurous, take a dip in ‘The Hole’; 24 metres deep and just 12 metres wide for an experience like no other.
For a more traditional experience, we’d recommend heading to the middle and north of Caicos, famed for its authentic island vibe and cultural ambiance. Each and every island has its own distinct personality; find one to suit you whether you’re a sun-worshipper, a diving fanatic or a cultural explorer.
Let us show you the world on our group and private tours.
Direct Carriers: British Airways operates a twice weekly service to Providenciales from London Gatwick
Indirect Carriers: American Airlines and Delta Airlines operate indirect services to Providenciales via the USA
Turks and Caicos Islands have similar tipping customs to the USA. This means in most cases you should tip 15 to 20 percent. In many hotels and restaurants there is a 10 to 15 percent service charge already included, so be sure to check your bill. Tip your guide 10 to 20 percent and your taxi driver 10 to 15 percent.
British Passport holders do not require a visa to enter Turks and Caicos for up to 30 days.
The official currency of the Turks and Caicos Islands is the US Dollar. There are no currency restrictions.
We recommend bringing cash on your holiday to Turks and Caicos Islands. Exchange your UK Pounds for US Dollars at the Post Office, Travelex, or a bank before you leave as there is no bureau de change in the airport. Currency exchange can be done at the islands’ local banks but they charge very high fees. Credit cards are not generally accepted for small transactions in the remote quays and islands, so carry cash with you. If you do not feel comfortable carrying cash, withdraw money regularly from cash machines, which are available at banks in Provo and Grand Turk.