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, 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
  • The 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

The Turks and Caicos archipelago consist of 8 islands and 32 small cays comprising just 166 square miles of land, 80% of which is uninhabited and untouched. The nearby waters are a rich fishing ground with the ideal conditions for water sports activities. The Columbus Passage, located on the eastern edge of South Caicos, is a 7,000-foot deep passage that serves as a major transit route for migrating humpback whales, spotted eagle rays, manta rays, turtles, and dolphins. Couple this with the pristine reefs, multiple shipwrecks, and excellent visibility, and you have the archipelago’s top diving destination.

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