Location and ample airlift make the islands a convenient destination.
The Turks and Caicos Islands consist of 40 islands and cays, the vast majority of which are uninhabited – at least by people - offering many opportunities to truly get away from it all. The Turks and Caicos Islands have a tremendous amount to offer visitors, but there are also plenty of places and spaces to just do nothing at all.
The islands are surrounded by the third largest barrier reef in the world providing for unparalleled watersports and leisure possibilities. The Turks and Caicos offer a rich and idyllic setting for bird watching, kite boarding, SCUBA diving, snorkeling, sailing or just relaxing at the beach. With miles of pristine white sand beaches, the Turks and Caicos have earned a reputation for having some of the worlds most beautiful beaches.
The islands of the Turks and Caicos are diverse, from the main tourist center of Providenciales to the more tranquil islands of North and Middle Caicos, the historic island of Salt Cay, to the nation’s capital Grand Turk and the fishing mecca South Caicos. Each island offers different experiences for visitors and a different set of opportunities for nature and water sports enthusiasts.
The Turks and Caicos Magazine provides readers with an intimate look into the lives, events and adventures of our wonderful and diverse community. Each of the three yearly editions highlights new and interesting themes from on island adventure, to culinary treats.
The magazine is available on island as well as through subscriptions offered in the United States and Canada. Contact us via email for more information about subscribing. Like the Turks and Caicos Magazine on Facebook to keep up with happenings on the island such as special events. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram to see more fabulous images of our “Beautiful by Nature” Turks and Caicos Islands.