Turks And Caicos

The hotels are mostly up-market and high rise construction has been avoided completely.

Some of the islands are low lying and relatively dry. Their beauty lies mainly in the incredible white sand beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters of the sea.

Still a British colony, both the atmosphere here and the charm of the locals are reminiscent of the British West Indies of yesteryear.

Nature lovers will appreciate these islands; the bird life is fascinating and abundant, whilst the quality of the waters and reefs makes the scuba diving amongst the best in the world.

There are quite a few attractive gourmet restaurants available in Provo and the island’s 18-hole, par 72 golf course is challenging.

With many uninhabited islands and cays, the Turks and Caicos Islands are ideal for island hopping or day sails to deserted beaches.