For those of you who enjoy sunshine, pristine sugar-fine sandy beaches and shimmering crystal-clear azure-blue waters , the Turks and Caicos Islands are a spectacular getaway destination. And it’s no secret that TCI is one of the best places for diving our world-renowned reefs or for kiteboarding in the shallow waters of the Caicos Bank.
Providenciales is not only home to the famed and award-winning Grace Bay Beach, rated as one of themost beautiful and pristine white sandy beaches in the world, but it is also home to other equally spectacular beaches, such as Taylor Bay and Long Bay to name a few. As well, the Turks and Caicos Islands are home to numerous national parks, nature preserves and historical sites.
But whether on land or in the water, you’ll soon be relaxing in the unique serenity, beauty, and hospitality of this, our breath-taking island home.
While the Turks and Caicos Islands is an archipelago of 40 different islands and cays, only 8 are inhabited. From the main tourist center of Providenciales to the quiet and tranquil islands of North and Middle Caicos, the historic capital island and cruise port of Grand Turk or whale watching off Salt Cay, each island has its own unique character while offering diverse experiences. But you can be sure
that all share a year round warm climate, magnificent beaches, as well as unforgettable underwater activities.
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Since the only way to truly experience the warm hospitality and stunning beauty of the Turks and Caicos is to visit each island in the chain, it’s no surprise that Tranquility clients have become our friends as they regularly return, honouring us with a rebooking rate of over 41%.
And so, to each of our amazing clients – such as the Mumford family who cannot resist the allure of the Turks and Caicos Islands – we thank you for your patronage.
And as for friends not yet made, we look forward to welcoming you ‘home’ while you create lasting memories of a lifetime.
The Mumford Clan at Windrose Estate, Christmas/New Year 2012.
Photos Courtesy of Provo Pictures, Owner, Steve Passmore