Grand Turk and Providenciales or the Caicos Islands are the two main islands.
Things To Do In Caicos Islands
The summers in the island experience a high temperature with a hint of rainfall. Avoid the summers as it gets uncomfortable. After the summer comes, the rainy season from May to October. But the suitable months to travel to the Turks and Caicos Islands are November to April. It is the winter season, and the Arctic blast of cold air in the island keeps it cool.
The world-famous Grace Bay is the best beach in the Caribbean. Just spending a day lounging in the sun sounds like a plan. But other than that you can do snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing, fishing and boating on the islands too. There are plenty of luxurious spas in the islands which offer a relaxing massage.
The Provo Golf Club on the Providenciales is a large golf course which holds tournaments throughout the year. Near the Grace Bay is the shopping mecca- Saltmills Plaza and Regent Village which have touristy shops to indulge you.
How To Get Here
The Providenciales International Airport supports a flight from Miami, New York, Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Bahamas, Jamaica, and Haiti.
There is another airport the Grand Turk JAGS McCartney International Airport which does not fly in international flights. But the most popular method of transport among tourists is a boat. The Grand Turk Crise Center is where your boat arrives.
Type Of Electricity
If you are plugging in an appliance from U. S or Canada, then the device works. It is because the standard voltage in the Turks and Caicos Islands is 120 V. And an adapter fitting Type A and Type B sockets is a must pack.
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