Turks & Caicos has enjoyed a bumper year for tourism in 2012, as it prepares to welcome the leading lights of the travel industry to its sunny shores for the World Travel Awards on September 14th.
While this growth can be attributed in part to new developments taking place on island as well as new airlift coming on stream, the raw and pristine beauty of the destination remains its prime selling point.
The Turks and Caicos Islands boast 230 miles of the world’s best beaches, and the second largest coral reef in the world. Visitors can enjoy a wide range of water sports including snorkeling, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, sailing, kite-boarding, jet skiing and swimming.
On land the destination offers equally alluring attractions including fine-dining, restorative spas, golf, tennis, horseback riding, duty-free shopping and a casino.