Gorgeous intimate beaches and vibrant nightlife are what you would expect out of a tropical paradise in the Caribbean, and this is what makes Turks and Caicos one of the most popular luxury hotspots in the area.
Boasting over 350 days a year of clear sunny weather, one of the largest coral reef systems in the world, and award-winning white-sand beaches, Turks and Caicos stands out as one of premiere choices for Caribbean living.
Life on the islands is exciting yet simple. A diverse multicultural population of roughly 30,000, with an additional 20,000 or so tourists that visit every year come together to form a down-to-earth but fun-loving community of people looking for both adventure and peace.
While there is plenty to do for the adventurous soul, including whale watching, snorkeling, kiteboarding, hiking and more, people love Turks and Caicos for its quiet and safe atmosphere. Its famous beach Grace Bay is one of the most toured beaches on Earth simply because it affords the perfect mix of luxury, nature, and serenity.
Unlike other places that attract a somewhat different crowd, the islands of Turks and Caicos are known for being a true place to “get away from it all.” They are one of, if not the most safe of all the Caribbean islands, and their luxury accommodations always come highly recommended.
Modern Amenities and World Class Food
While Turks and Caicos are known for maintaining the look and feel of the “classic” Caribbean, it does of course provide all the modern amenities you could ask for.
Excellent Wi-Fi, supermarkets, medical services, plaza style malls and more are right at your fingertips.
Fine dining also comes with the territory here. Whatever you’re craving, you can find it here, including Italian, Indian, Asian Americana and Japanese, as well as more traditional local Caribbean fare that is unlike anything you’ve had anywhere else.
Though restaurants in Turks and Caicos know how to cook up a world-class lobster or snapper, it’s conch that they specialize in. Nowhere else in the region can you find such a diverse array of conch dishes, all fresh and served up within arm’s distance of stunning beaches and local attractions.
The cost of living in Turks and Caicos is on the higher end of the Caribbean islands. When it comes to dining and goods, you can expect to pay a bit more depending on availability and season.
While the cost of living may be somewhat higher than most of the surrounding area, it’s also true that Turks and Caicos as a whole enjoys a higher standard of living than most of the surrounding area.
Everything is meticulously cared for and cultivated, restaurants offer some of the highest quality food in the region, services and amenities continuously live up to their reputation, and the islands are clean and safe.
Quality of Life on the Rise
Turks and Caicos is one of the regions of the Caribbean that is seeing strong and steady infrastructure development and a push toward maintaining a thriving tourist industry without losing its identity or becoming too commercialized.
This means that in recent years the region has seen an increase in basic quality of life without sacrificing what makes it such an incredible place to live in the first place, it’s relative simplicity, lower population density, and amazing tropical beaches.
Don’t pass up on visiting these amazing islands as they offer so much and so beautiful!