The Turks and Caicos comprise 40 idyllic islands and cays, only 12 of which have a resident population. The tiny territory welcomes about a million visitors each year to its sandy shores, with most arriving on cruise ships. Being such a small territory, it's no surprise that the beautiful beaches and surrounding seas are the star attractions. Expect first-class scuba diving, sailing and fishing, among other activities.

    If you can pull yourself away from amazing places like Grace Bay, you'll find some world-class golf courses, shops, spas and casinos catering to the high-class crowd. With limited amounts of restaurants and hotels, this is definitely an exclusive destination. Grab a rum punch and pick a patch of pristine white sand to enjoy.

    What to see & do in Turks and Caicos

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    • 10 Things to Do in Turks and Caicos

      The Turks and Caicos Islands draw visitors to its dreamy beaches. The British Overseas Territory sits blissfully in the tropical Caribbean region – and the likes of famous Grace Bay Beach are indeed among the sea-lover and sun-worshipper magnets. But whether you’re staying on Providenciales, Grand Turk, or any of the other 38 islands, plenty awaits beyond the sand...

    Where & what to eat in Turks and Caicos

    • 10 Best Local Restaurants in Turks and Caicos

      The best local restaurants in Turks and Caicos specialise in tasty dishes that are as easy on the wallet as they are on the palate. Dining at these venues is great for saving your travel budget while exploring this tropical island. Caribbean cuisine is hearty and often served in generous portions. It’s also diverse enough to cater to just about...

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