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Turks and Caicos Islands are a dream destination for those seeking peace and relaxation. It is indeed common to find practically deserted beaches as sublime as postcard pictures. So let go for a moment and be amazed by this corner of paradise on earth. There is no doubt in our minds that you will be charmed by these islands.
The beaches of the Turks and Caicos Islands are simply magnificent. Home to some of the best beaches in the world, the sand is white and fine, not to mention the water is completely translucent. They are perfect for those who like to relax all day long until sunset. Most well-known and beloved beaches are Grace Bay, Taylor Bay Beach and Leeward Beach.
Are you fearless? Live an extraordinary experience and swim with sharks! Many dive companies offer tours with experienced guides. In addition to seeing these fearsome fish, you may see dolphins, rays and turtles. Don't forget your waterproof camera!
The Turks and Caicos Islands is home to the only conch farm in the world. These endangered molluscs are emblematic of the country. During an exciting guided tour, you will learn a lot about the species and the history of the islands. You will never have seen so many giant shells in your life! Update: The Conch Farm is closed until further notice due to the damages caused by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria in 2017.
If you like water sports, you will be more than satisfied in the Turks and Caicos Islands: kayaking, sailing, catamaran, kitesurfing, there is really something for everyone. In some places it is even possible to fly over the water on a Flyboard®.
Golf aficionados will be delighted to enjoy their sport in an enchanting tropical setting. Watch out for the flamingos as they can be seen quite frequently on the courses!
The country's official currency is the U.S. dollar. Credit cards are also accepted in hotels as well as most stores and restaurants. ATMs can only be found in Providenciales.
Electrical outlets used are the same as in Canada: 120V and 60Hz.
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