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Vacation rentals in Turks and Caicos Islands

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Turks and Caicos Islands

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  1. Entire condo
  2. Grace Bay
Middle of Gracebay, Heated Pool, Gated Condo.

Granvia is center of Gracebay, very close to Gracebay Gourmet, restaurant, there is beach access close by, 6min walking to World no.1 Gracebay Beach. Security gate, privacy, Full Kitchen, Washer and Dryer Wi-Fi (fastest speed on island 50MBPS) 70" Samsung 4K TV with Samsung sound bar, Cable TV, Netflix. There is no Airbnb fee. We also 2 more condo unit same building same floor for Vacation rental. We have 2 bed 2.5 bath Townhome just 2 min drive from condo.

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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Providenciales Turks and Caicos Islands
Beach Front Deluxe Studio

Welcome to the 'soul of Provo' a step back in time when relaxation was truly the order of the day. Dream Villas is the ideal location if you are seeking to get off the beaten path, from the crowds of Grace Bay, 15 minutes away, to the quieter side of the island and directly on the beach. See the flight of pelicans as they dive into the blue ocean water; bask in the sun. Take a walk on the wild side with potent rum punches and dance the night away at Hump and Bump at Da Conch Shack.

SUPERHOST
  1. Entire condo
  2. Grace Bay
Middle of Gracebay, Heated Pool, Gated Condo.

Granvia is center of Gracebay, very close to Gracebay Gourmet, restaurant, there is beach access close by, 6min walking to World no.1 Gracebay Beach. Security gate, privacy, Full Kitchen, Washer and Dryer Wi-Fi (fastest speed on island 50MBPS) 70" Samsung 4K TV with Samsung sound bar, Cable TV, Netflix. No Airbnb fee

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  2. The Bight Settlement
Idyllic getaway villa| Pool | 250 yds to beach
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Affordable Grace Bay condo near the beach
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  1. Entire condo
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Sea Esta Studio II - Pool Deck Ocean Views!
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  1. Entire condo
  2. Turtle Cove
1 BD, 1.5 Bathrooms, RENTAL CAR INCLUDED
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  1. Entire home
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Villa Cocuyo Micro Villa with Blue Mountain Vista
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  1. Entire rental unit
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Crescent #1 Grace bay (beach 2 min walk)
  1. Entire condo
  2. Grace Bay
Beachfront Studio, Royal West Indies Resort Bldg 1
  1. Entire condo
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La Vista Azul Studio Pool And Ocean View
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  1. Entire condo
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Oasis | 1 BR Condo | Blue View | Pool & Wifi
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Providenciales
Ferguson Tatis Villa 2
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  1. Private room
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La Casa del Chef
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Your guide to Turks and Caicos Islands

All About Turks and Caicos

Located off the southeastern tip of the Bahamas in the Atlantic Ocean, Turks and Caicos is a 40-island archipelago with world-renowned beaches and an inviting, tropical climate. Despite only nine islands being inhabited, the mixture of impossibly white sand beaches and spectacular seascapes among dry forest, pineyards, and mangroves is enough to draw visitors year-round. The archipelago comprises two groups: the Caicos Islands and the Turks Islands. Separated by the Turks Island Passage, the Caicos are larger and bustling with life, while the Turks are on the quieter, smaller side. Though size does not limit the plethora of activity to go about on each, ranging from snorkelling and scuba diving to fishing and whale watching.

When not splashing in the stunning waters, many hang out at beach bars to take in the live ripsaw music that was created in Turks and Caicos. And if you frequent a local restaurant, chances are you come across an edible marine snail on the menu called a conch. Every year, the people of Turks and Caicos celebrate this staple in their diet at the Turks and Caicos Conch Festival in November.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Turks and Caicos Islands?

Many tend to look for houses for rent in Turks and Caicos between December and March, when you’ll find more moderate temperatures and little-to-no precipitation. The low season stretches from June to November and sees occasional rain showers, hot, muggy weather, and thunderstorms. At the end of the low season each November is the famous Conch Festival. The conch, which appears on the Turks and Caicos flag, is a staple of the local diet, and every year, the marine snail is celebrated with a culinary event that invites people to sample creative spins on the dish. Despite the change in seasons, Turks and Caicos is a year-round destination, and the tropical climate ensures the ocean is always warm enough to take a dip.


What are the top things to do in Turks and Caicos Islands?

Barrier Reef

Turks and Caicos has one of the largest barrier reef systems in the world, with some sites only three to six metres deep, making them accessible to beginner scuba divers and snorkelers. More experienced divers can explore The Wall, a section of reef that starts at 15 metres deep before dropping off several thousand metres in West Caicos Marine National Park. Larger marine life, such as sharks and stingrays, can be spotted here.

Grace Bay Beach

Located on the northeast corner of Provo, Grace Bay Beach is a 4.8-kilometre stretch of Turks and Caicos’ finest coastline, with an extensive barrier reef protecting the shores from the Atlantic Ocean. The clear, shallow water is ideal for swimming, paddle boarding, or propping up an umbrella on the sand and relaxing with a book. At night, hop on a sunset cruise, where you may spot the occasional bottlenose dolphin taking a leap into the air.

Limestone Caves

Turks and Caicos has an extensive above-ground cave network with limestone tunnels full of stalactites. To experience them firsthand, make the trip to Middle Caicos for the 2.4-kilometre Conch Bar Caves. Here, you’ll encounter bats, the islands’ only native mammals. All caves in Turks and Caicos must be explored with a certified tour guide, so be sure to book ahead.