There are plenty of things to do in Turks and Caicos, from sightseeing at prized national Trust sites to exciting outdoor activities and pristine beaches that will take your breath away.
Don't miss the opportunity to see North Atlantic Humpback Whales around the islands of Grand Turk and Salt Cay from late January through to early April. Or join a sailing excursion out on the ocean and watch dolphins play in the wild. See the impressive views from Cheshire Hall. The 200 year old ruins of this former cotton plantation look spectacular against modern day Provo. Or absorb the natural beauty of the steep breathtaking cliffs of Mudjidin Beach and unrefined beauty of Blue Hills Beach.
See some of the islands well-preserved treasures, from Cheshire Hall, a key historic attraction to the lighthouse, a protected National trust site which guards the northern tip of Grand Turk.
If you like water sports, you'll find plenty of options in Turks and Caicos - whether its kayaking, kite boarding, parasailing or windsurfing. See the extraordinary limestone caves of Middle Caicos, then head to the beach for a picnic and snorkelling. Play a challenging round of golf or enjoy a laidback day of bird watching.
A trip to Turks and Caicos wouldn't be complete without visiting Grace Bay Beach, which is arguably one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Families will love the child friendly attractions that surround The Bight Beach, while The Bight Reef offers exquisite snorkelling close to the shore.