Turks and Caicos (Caribbean) is considered to be a perfect beach vacations place. Thus, if you are looking for a calm beach rest during your week-end Turks and Caicos is a splendid variant. You want it all -- remote, windswept strands, glittering resort beaches and easy access to diving and snorkeling. Then you'll never want to leave Turks and Caicos, made up of six primary islands and many more uninhabited cays, where you'll find some of the best sand in the Caribbean. During turks and caicos weekend you'll also find dozens of prime snorkeling and diving opportunities.
There are 230 miles of white sand beaches round all the islands surrounded by coral reefs and azure water for your turks and caicos weekend. Grace Bay on Provo is the longest stretch of sand, at 12 miles, and despite the hotels it is possible to find plenty of empty space, but no shade. There is rarely any shade on the beaches.
Climate is tropical, marine, moderated by trade winds, sunny and relatively dry and is splendid for turks and caicos weekend. Average temperature is 75-85 degrees year round. Tropical breezes keep weather comfortable - that is why Turks and Caicos is considered to be a good vacation destination.
Get away from it all and enjoy the warm crystal clear water, clean air and miles of pure white sand beaches. The most beautiful blue water you can imagine surrounds Grand Turk. Clear and warm, the turquoise blue turns a deep dark blue just a few hundred yards from shore where the wall drops. Visibility averages 100 feet and the water temperature ranges from 82°-84° in the summer to 78° in the winter. Besides the magnificent corals, sponges and anemones, commonly seen creatures include; sea turtles, manta rays, eagle rays, mahi-mahi, barracuda, jacks, parrot fish, drums, atlantic spadefish, short nosed batfish, grouper, snapper, grunts, squirrelfish, lobster, spider crabs, moray eels, octopuses, shellfish, reef sharks, bull sharks, whale sharks, hammerheads, humpback whales. Combine the adventure of scuba diving and the thrill of whale watching during the winter months. The North Atlantic Humpback whales migrate south through the Grand Turk Passage to the Silver Banks and return again.
Experience diving or snorkeling during turks and caicos weekend. The reefs of Grand Turk invite you to come take a look at the enchantment of the underwater world and are perfect for underwater photography. The marine life is big and plentyful, the corals healty and colorful.Experience whale watching. Combine the adventure of snorkeling/scuba diving and the thrill of whale watching during the winter months. Oasis Divers offers divers the rare opportunity to see and possibly snorkel with the amazing North Atlantic Humpback whales as they migrate south.Visit neighbouring islands during turks and caicos weekend vacations. Gibbs Cay, a small, uninhabited island only a short distance southeast of Grand Turk, with white sand beaches and shallow snorkeling reefs. On this trip you can actually swim with sting rays...!Pristine beaches where you can always find a place to be alone and crystal clear turquoise water - that is Turks and Caicos!