Turks and Caicos

This island consists of larger Caicos and the smaller Turks island which is primarily known for Tourism and as an offshore financial center. The population of the residents here is 31, 458 approximately and is the third largest of the British Overseas Territories in terms of population.

Best time to visit Turks and Caicos

If you are planning to visit the island and is confused in which month of the year to visit, then the months of April and May are the perfect months that features fewer crowds and also features lower crowds. The weather is pleasant all year round but rainy season is experienced by the islands and there is also a threat of Hurricanes from the month of June to November.

Best things to do here

Go whale watching on Salt Cay : If you are lucky enough to visit this place in the high season that is in the months from January to April, then be sure to visit the southern island of Salt Cay. You can head to the waters around Hispaniola where you can spot humpback whales

Kick-back on Grace Bay : You can find cotton white sand here and the picture-perfect beaches. The water is mineral blue. It is also home to most of the luxury resort of the island that means private villas, bars and restaurants, and luxury suites.

Indulge in the Thursday night Fish Fry : Indulge in the Thursday night Fish Fry: Your trip cannot be said complete if you do not visit the Thursday night sampling salty and fresh delight of T&C fish fry. It is an evening that can be said as an evening of live samba and dance, culture and chats, of Carib tunes and the market stalls selling the shell bracelets. You can find some of the best-barbequed fish cuts. The resident Junkanoo Band takes over when the sun sets down entertaining everyone with their singing and steel drums

Join the cruise ships and casuarinas on Governor's Beach: This beach is calm, peaceful and quiet and is named under the Governor. This spot is visited by many cruisers.