Turks

& Caicos

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Located in the Caribbean’s British West Indies, Turks and Caicos Islands enjoy balmy weather and comfortably warm water temperatures all year round. As a British Overseas Territory, it offers the peace of mind that comes with British rule of law, the stability of the U.S. dollar as the official currency, and no income tax, capital gains tax, or property tax. 

aerial view of turks and caicos featuring The Strand's Cooper Jack Bay
Location

Connected To
The World

Fast Facts

Population: 40,000
Capitol: Cockburn Town
Language: English
Currency: U.S. Dollar

Climate: Tropical
Time Zone: GMT -4 | EST
Area Code: 649

map showing flights from major cities to turks and caicos islands

Flights from 10 countries
and 12 direct flights
from North America.

World renowned for its white sand beaches and clear blue waters, Turks and Caicos is one of the world’s most desirable beach destinations. Yet, it’s only a quick, non-stop flight from a variety of cities in North America.

Atlanta

2h 14min

Boston

2h 47min

Charlotte

2h 10min

Chicago

3h 12min

Dallas

3h 16min

DC

2h 57min

Ft. Lauderdale

1h 20min

Houston

3h 39min

Miami

1h 20min

Montreal

3h 9min

Newark

2h 35min

Ney York

2h 35min

Philadelphia

2h 30min

Toronto

3h 2min

Island Lifestyle

Where Culture & Nature
Create Unforgettable
Experiences

With its welcoming ambience, vibrant culinary and music scene, and thrilling array of family-friendly activities, Providenciales has become a favorite destination for discerning travelers and second-home-owners.

wide shot of outdoor restaurant on the ocean with palm trees - looks like they're having fun!
The Strand Turks and Caicos - family enjoying their beach vacation while admiring conch shells
The Strand Turks and Caicos - large group Horseback Riding in the aqua colored ocean
The Strand Turks and Caicos - group of boats on aqua blue Caribbean ocean with beachgoers in the background
The Strand Turks and Caicos - group of musicians in the vibrant caribbean music scene