Relaxing & Adventurous Vacation in Turks and Caicos

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  • Turks and Caicos

  • Beaches

  • Family Travel

  • International Travel

  • Luxury Travel

  • Tropical Vacations

  • High-end

  • Island

  • Relaxation

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Curator’s statement

Turks and Caicos is an easy escape from the East Coast with non-stop flights readily available. The island has the softest sand and crystal clear water! Plenty of hotel options for every budget, fun activities and great restaurants.

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Where to stay in Turks and Caicos

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The Shore Club Turks & Caicos

The resort and villas of The Shore Club offer a slice of peace and relaxation on Grace Bay.

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A zen retreat for all ages with a restorative focus and endless possibilities for discovery in the secluded nature reserve.

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  • $100 food / beverage credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

COMO Parrot Cay

From its personalized service and sophisticated cuisine to its distinctive design and island beach, Como Parrot Cay embodies the ideal beach holiday.

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Things to do in Turks and Caicos

Relaxing & Adventurous Vacation in Turks and Caicos - Things to do

Attend the popular weekly fish fry on Thursday nights where you can sample local food and listen to live music.

Charter a private sailboat to explore the islands and snorkel or explore uninhabited beaches, Iguana Island and a shipwreck.

Parasail or learn to kite board on Long Bay Beach.

Rent jet skis or take a tour of the island in a two-seater buggy.

Kayak some of the more remote parts of the islands.

Charter a private fishing excursion.

Explore the shops and restaurants in the little town of Grace Bay.

Hit the slots at the Casino at the Ritz Carlton.

Places to eat & drink in Turks and Caicos

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Lupo Italian restaurant for some of the best Italian in Turks and Caicos.

The Almond Tree or Sui-Ren at the Shore Club for dinner.

Bay Bistro is a beachfront option for local food. Sit on the deck or right on the beach!

Check out Indigo at Wymara for Caribbean inspired food with local ingredients.

Coco Bistro serving fresh local cuisine set among a grove tree setting.

And set aside Thursday night for the fish fry with local restaurant vendors in a street fair setting.

Need to Know

There is a windy side of the island and a less windy side. Both have lovely options, but make sure you work with a travel advisor to figure out what side of the island you want to be on.

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