Luxury Turks & Caicos Holidays 2024/2025

The Turks and Caicos islands are located to the south-east of The Bahamas. These low-lying islands make up an archipelago of over 40 coral atoll islands. The untouched Turks and Caicos islands have a colonial history and are home to beautiful beaches and nature reserves.

Turks Caicos islands

The low-lying Turks and Caicos are an archipelago of more than 40 coral islands forming the south-eastern end of the Bahamas chain. These islands are a charming and unspoilt destination with national parks, beautiful white sand beaches, nature reserves, sanctuaries and British colonial history.

Scott Dunn’s highlights for Turks and Caicos Islands:

  • For exquisite turquoise waters, explore Chalk Sound National Park. This 5km long bay by Providenciales has several tiny islets and has some of the clearest blue water on the island.
  • Practice yoga at Parrot Cay, an award winning Shambhala retreat designed to improve health and wellbeing. After a morning’s yoga workshop, relax in one of the Japanese baths.
  • For diving enthusiasts, head to the northwest point on Providenciales for a brilliant dive site, where you can spot eels and many other fish.
  • Explore the northern shores of the Turks and Caicos Islands by Kayak, encircling its islets in safe, clear waters.
  • Journey to Salt Cay, a tiny island south of Grand Turk. Salt Cay is part of the Humpback whales winter migratory route.

Top Hotels in Turks & Caicos islands

Our specialists have travelled every inch of Turks & Caicos islands and stayed in countless hotels so that we can recommend only the very best ones to match your preferences. Whether you want to stay at the hottest property in the area or are looking for somewhere with rustic charm, our handpicked selection of hotels has every angle covered.

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