Although most of us don’t need much persuading when it comes to jetting off to the Caribbean, there may be more reasons to visit Turks and Caicos than you’d expect.
It’s not just sunshine and sandals that makes Turks and Caicos great, and in case you’re unsure of all of the treats that the island has to offer, we’ve rounded up five of the best reasons to visit Turks and Caicos this year in conjunction with Blue Haven TCI, one of the best resorts in Turks and Caicos.
You’ll be able to indulge in culinary delights
Whether you want fine dining or a relaxed starlit dinner on the beach, Turks and Caicos has restaurants for every occasion and will satiate your cravings for Caribbean cuisine.
Overlooking the beautiful Grace Bay Beach, Turks and Caicos offers you the ultimate dining experience at Asú on the Beach. You can enjoy this restaurant’s relaxed vibe as you watch the sunset over dinner and make the most of your time on oe of the world’s best beaches.
For a more sophisticated meal out, the beachside Kitchen 218 offers you the perfect Caribbean dining experience. Specialising in seafood, but providing culinary excellence across the board, this restaurant has a peaceful atmosphere and the option to eat in an open-top section or under cover.
The island has great tours and excursions
Not just a beach destination, Turks and Caicos is home to a fantastic variety of tours, excursions, and day trips. Whether you want to explore the waters or keep your feet firmly on land, there will be something for you to thoroughly enjoy.
From bird watching and whale watching to horse riding and day trips to the Conch Farm, you won’t be short of things to do, whatever you like doing.
The beaches are amongst some of the best in the world
Home to the renowned Grace Bay Beach - which has been referred to as the best beach in the world - Turks and Caicos is a great place to visit if you’re looking for white sand and clear waters.
The lively beach scene in Turks and Caicos also means that activities like snorkelling, scuba diving, and fishing are immensely popular, so you’ll never be bored as you while away the day on the beach.
It’s full of celebrations
The Caribbean is known for its parties and celebrations, and Turks and Caicos is no exception. With so many events throughout the year, there is no bad time to visit the island.
From the Junkanoo Jump Up to the Caicos Classic Annual Release Tournament, no matter what your tastes are, you’ll find an event, festival, or party to meet your needs.
The island is full of culture and history
With historical landmarks such as the Grand Turk Lighthouse and Sapodilla Hill, for such a small island, Turks and Caicos is brimming with a fascinating history which any culture vulture would be impressed by.
Turks and Caicos even has a dedicated Museum Day, which celebrates the opening of the island’s National Museum with tours, educational activities, and events. Museum Day will be held on 18th 25th November in 2017, so if you’re looking to delve into the island’s culture and history, that would be a great time to visit.