TURKS AND CAICOS
Located southeast of the Bahamas, and 650 miles south of Miami Beach, the Turks and Caicos offer many of the same features but without the hustle and bustle of the major cities. You might have heard that the region provides a solid offshore financial center for businesses and corporations, but don’t let this give you the wrong impression. It is also a suitable destination for people like you and me. The resident population is 31,500, with the vast majority living on Providenciales. In total, there are eight main islands and almost 300 smaller ones, with the Turks Island Passage separating the Turks from the Caicos.
As you would imagine, inclement weather does not exist. The nightly low temperature rarely dips under 73 degrees Fahrenheit, even in winter. Be sure to pack your favorite shorts and t-shirts, as sweatshirts are never necessary. The hotel voted #1 by most residents is The Tuscany, which located on Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales. Here you will find adequate walking access to arguably the best beach in the region while staying in one of the resort’s spacious condominiums. The weather allows guests to partake in loads of outdoor activities such as surfing, kayaking, or playing a game of tennis. Even if a tropical thunderstorm keeps you indoors, you will feel relaxed and at peace.
Airfare is typically around $400 roundtrip from the U.S., but sometimes you can find a bargain during the off-season, which runs from late January through the middle of March. However, during the traditional summer months, expect fares ranging from $450-650. Plan accordingly, and you’ll be on your way to this one of a kind Caribbean destination. If you already plan your dream vacation, you make sure to reserve your limo service in New Jersey. Call Daisy Limo or go online daisylimo.com for easy online booking.