Turks & Caicos Islands

The Turks & Caicos Islands are located in the Caribbean, only 575 miles southeast of Miami. The Turks & Caicos Islands are among the most diverse and beautiful ecosystems in the world. Boasting one of the world’s top 5 barrier reefs, stunningly beautiful waters, amazing white sandy beaches and 350 days of annual sunshine, make the islands one of the most picturesque destinations in the world. Undoubtedly, the Turks & Caicos Islands have become an elite luxury destination that is experiencing a steady growth in vacation home and investment property ownership.

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Quick Facts About Turks & Caicos

  • Established luxury vacation destination with over 90 weekly flights from the United States, Canada and Europe
  • Ideal tropical climate with an average temperature of 80° F and 350 days of sunshine
  • Stunning natural attributes including: one of the top 5 barrier reefs in the world, pristine white sandy beaches and a diverse ecosystem
  • Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom ensuring a stable political structure & legal system
  • Official language is English, official currency is the US dollar
  • Investment friendly – no income taxes on revenue generated from rental properties, property taxes or capital gains taxes
  • "BEST BEACHES FOR ROMANCE"

    CARIBBEAN TRAVEL & LIFE MAGAZINE
  • "BEST TROPICAL BEACHES IN THE WORLD"

    CONDE NAST TRAVELER MAGAZINE
  • "MOST POPULAR DIVE DESTINATIONS WORLDWIDE"

    SCUBA DIVING MAGAZINE
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About the Islands

This spectacular archipelago consists of 8 islands and 32 small cays comprising just 166 square miles of dry land, 80 percent of which is uninhabited and untouched. The nearby waters are a rich fishing ground with the ideal conditions for water sports activities. Located along the eastern edge of South Caicos, the 7,000-foot deep Columbus passage separates the Turks and Caicos Islands. The passage serves as a major transit route for migrating humpback whales, Spotted Eagle & Manta rays, turtles and dolphins. Coupled with the pristine reefs, multiple shipwrecks and excellent visibility, make the islands a top diving destination.

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