Like the islands themselves, Beaches all-inclusive resort in Turks & Caicos is renowned as "the last of the true exotics." One glance at its crystal clear waters and 12 miles of powder white sand and you'll see in an instant why Scuba Diving magazine named Turks & Caicos one of its top two diving destinations in the world, and why TripAdvisor chose the beaches of Providenciales as the best in the world.
For everyone who has ever dreamed of getting away from it all and finding a tropical hideaway far removed from all the hustle, bustle, fuss and muss of modern life - Turks & Caicos is that rarest of discoveries, a true island escape.
For everyone who has ever dreamed of getting away from it all and finding a tropical hideaway far removed from all the hustle, bustle, fuss and muss of modern life-the Turks & Caicos is that rarest of discoveries, a true island escape. Envision 230 miles of sandy white beachfront, gently lapped by some of the clearest, aquamarine seas in the entire universe. With 40 islands to explore in this exquisite chain, only 8 of them inhabited by anything other than wildlife, you can really leave your mark by creating footprints in the otherwise untouched sand. Revel in the warmth of the sun, stake out your own palm tree, discover new shades of turquoise as you gaze your fill at the ever shimmering waters, close your eyes and let the cool sea breezes caress you and embrace the state of complete relaxation you've been seeking for so long.
Whether you are a seasoned diver who has logged hundreds of hours under the ocean's waves or a beginner poised to dip your toes into the marvels of the undersea universe, the Turks & Caicos provides some of the most spectacular diving on the planet. The waters off the island chain boast 1,000 square miles of reefs and some of the most impressive walls of coral in the Caribbean, not to mention historic wrecks dated among the oldest in the Western Hemisphere. No surprise, then, that Scuba Diving Magazine has rated the Turks & Caicos one of the top 5 diving destinations in the entire world! So, when you're ready to experience the unparalleled mysteries of the seafloor for yourself and claim a first row seat from which to watch the antics of whales, spotted Eagle Rays, Manta Rays and a whole ecosystem of thriving marine life, there is literally no place better than the Turks & Caicos Islands.
If you thrill to the thought of observing nature in its pure and undisturbed state, then this place is your very own wonderland. From bird watching to whale sightings, the Turks & Caicos Islands offer something for every nature enthusiast. In the months between December and April, you stand an excellent chance of getting a glimpse, or perhaps even more, of a Humpback Whale. This is because the entire Atlantic herd of 2,500 Humpback Whales annually migrates directly through the twin underwater plateaus of the nearby Turks Banks.
If your interests run more to observation of the soaring denizens of the sky or the indigenous land-based tropical creatures, then you simply can't miss a trip to one of the salt ponds or inland marshes-protected habitats for a vast array of exotic fauna and flora. Here you can spot a multitude of richly plumed birds, ranging from the Great Blue Heron to Flamingoes. You'll also definitely get a kick out of the numerous iguanas that call these islands home. And no matter what your favorite area of the animal kingdom, you should not pass up the opportunity to meet Jojo, the local resident bottlenose dolphin who loves nothing more than to escort dive boats on their travels and sometimes, if he's in the mood, cavort with divers and snorkelers.