There are 71 flights to paradise this week and yes, by paradise we mean Turks & Caicos. And if you live in Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, New York, or Philadelphia, you have direct flights options. But the US isn’t the only country getting a piece of this gem in the Caribbean, as there are also direct flights from the United Kingdom, Canada, the Bahamas, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. So why Turks & Caicos? Turks is known for it’s raw beauty and distinct turquoise waters which provide some of the best snorkeling/scuba diving in the Caribbean. If Scuba isn’t your thing perhaps great weather is. And in Turks & Caicos there are approximately 350 days of annual sunshine, great beaches, and exquisite food.
Turks & Caicos is comprised of many islands, and South Caicos stands out among them with its natural beauty, untouched landscapes and a historically significant harbour town. Access to South Caicos is easy from Providenciales – you can soak up the sun on a leisurely 45 min ferry ride or opt for a quick 15 minute flight. InterCaribbean Airways offers two scheduled daily flights between Providenciales and South Caicos while TCI Ferry Service provides multiple scheduled ferry trips each week.