Turks and Caicos
The Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI; /tɜːrks/ and /ˈkeɪkəs,
The Turks and Caicos Islands lie southeast of Mayaguana in the Bahamas island chain, northeast of Cuba, and of the island of Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic) and the other Antilles archipelago islands. Cockburn Town, the capital since 1766, is situated on Grand Turk Island about 1,042 kilometers (647 mi) east-southeast of Miami, United States. The islands have a total land area of 430 square kilometers (170 sq mi).
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My family and I (husband, two girls ages 8 & 11) have now traveled to Beaches Turks & Caicos (BTC) five times from the UK. Originally, we only flew out for 1 week from London with our 15-month old daughter, then visited again when she was 23-months old to take advantage of her still being free to take on holiday! We have added on other cities to the trip but love returning to this resort. Below I’m sharing our Beaches Turks & Caicos review for your next family adventure!Read More
While Turks and Caicos is a popular destination for honeymooners and couples, it is also a great vacation spot for families with children! Made up of about 40 islands off the coast of Cuba and the Dominican Republic, it’s home to countless resorts and beautiful beaches, perfect for your family’s warm weather getaway.Read More
Capital: Cockburn Town Official Language: English Local weather: The Turks and Caicos Islands, located between the Dominican Republic and the Tropic of Cancer, have a tropical climate, hot all year round, with a hotter and muggy season from May to October and a relatively cool season from December to March. As regards rains this archipelago…Read More