As such, Providenciales is also the island boasting the best resorts, provided your ideal resort involves typical TCI colonial architecture, luxurious beach house suites, an onsite spa, gym, plus the added extras of being surrounded by tropical mango groves and one of the world’s best beaches. And, if it is, look no further than award winning The Beach House TCI Resort, which whilst only one example of what TCI’s numerous resorts have to offer, also provides one of the best examples and so reasons to head over to TCI in 2016.
Don’t believe us? Take a trip to Iguana Island whose sole inhabitants number the world’s only remaining population of rock iguanas, nip over to the literally desert(ed) island of Salt Cay and its abandoned salt Salinas. Better yet, along the way indulge in a spot of whale watching or poke your head below TCI’s pristine waters to get a glimpse of the world’s third largest coral barrier reef system.
Really, TCI is a holiday destination that can obliterate a bucket list; providing a wealth of exciting places to eat, sleep and sunbath as well as the unique offerings of the world’s only conch farm and a history involving real life pirates, being disappoint by TCI is just about impossible.
Being situated a stone’s throw from the Bahamas, and as such being too a Caribbean country, Turks and Caicos enjoys year round sun and a tropical climate that Brits’ can only dream of, and which most of us do...and often.
To put TCI’s climate into some sort of perspective, between the months of June and October the temperature in TCI ranges normally between 29 and 32 degrees Celsius, meaning that TCI summers are on average the same temperature as the hottest days experienced in Britain during any given summer, if reached at all.
To learn more about the weather in TCI and too what its visitor can hope to enjoy alongside its sunny climate, head over the Visit TCI website.