1. The Caribbean’s best weather
Grace Bay Beach is never too hot – and it’s never ever cold! Thanks to trade winds and cool offshore breezes, the temperature remains in the 70s and 80s throughout the islands, with the winter months remaining cooler. The cool winter months are the busiest time of year in the Turks and Caicos, and we receive the most visitors from mid-December to the beginning of April. The rainiest season lasts from April to July.
2. We accept the dollar
We accept the American greenback! This means all you have to do is pack your bag, hop on a plane, and begin your vacation. You never have to worry about changing money, or making sure you are getting the best exchange rate.
3. The Turks and Caicos islands are different
In all modesty, we’re a Caribbean paradise that hs cultivated a reputation for elegance, refinement and surprise – we’re more than just a tour destination. Instead, we offer exclusive resort vacations, that provide truly unique opportunities to explore the rich natural history of the Caribbean. There are many intact ecosystems located throughout our islands that represent a natural history and diversity that all but disappeared in other parts of the Caribbean.
Come to the Turks and Caicos and take a trip back in time by exploring caves and coral reefs. Encounter rare animal populations by kayak or by sailboat, right from your beachfront hotel.
4. We’re not too big, not too small
Only about 200,000 people visit these islands each year, compared to the millions that visit other tropical destinations in the Caribbean. It’s also easy to get around by car, and it’s easy to travel throughout the islands by boat.
5. We’re safe
The Turks and Caicos belong to the Commonwealth, and possesses a stable, elected parliamentary government. There is a strong emphasis on peace, order and good government, which means travelers can relax and worry about the finer things in life, such as when the pool opens at a hotel, or deciding which beach to visit in the morning, and which beach to visit in the evening.
The Sands at Grace Bay is a Turks and Caicos resort.