Turks & Caicos Islands

Discover the allure of the Turks and Caicos Islands, a breathtaking destination renowned for its pristine white sandy beaches spanning over 230 miles, embraced by turquoise crystal waters. Situated 575 miles southeast of Miami and 90 miles east of Cuba, these Caribbean gems boast eight major islands and over 40 cays, each offering a unique blend of natural beauty and rich heritage.

Providenciales, affectionately known as Provo, serves as the bustling hub of tourism, offering a myriad of hotels, restaurants, and attractions. Grand Turk and Salt Cay enchant visitors with their Bermudian architecture and unparalleled diving opportunities, while Middle Caicos and North Caicos captivate with lush woodlands, expansive cave networks, and diverse wildlife.

Getting To Turks & Caicos

Touch down at Providenciales International Airport (PLS), just a ten-minute drive from Reef Tides. Enjoy convenient access with daily flights from the USA and Canada, including services by American Airlines, Delta, Air Canada, JetBlue, United, and Westjet. European travelers can also connect via British Airways flights from London Gatwick airport twice weekly.


Sunny and relatively dry moderated by constant trade winds. June to October average highs are 79-90F (26-32C) with sea temperatures around 79-82F (26-28C); November to May average temperatures are 73-82F (23-28C) with sea temperatures of 73-78F (23-25C).


English is the official language of TCI.


US dollar is the official currency and major credit cards are widely accepted. Banks offer ATMs.

Mobile phones

Most mobile phones on 4G will work. Wifi is available at Reef Tides and widely on island.


No vaccinations are required, there are no endemic diseases.


Water on Provo is desalinated rain or sea water so not recommended for drinking. Bottled water is widely available.

Getting Around

To fully experience the wonders of Turks and Caicos, we recommend renting a car upon arrival at the airport or arranging for delivery to the villa. Navigate the island with ease along the central highway, where driving on the left is the norm. For those preferring not to drive, reliable taxi services are readily available, offering convenient transportation to explore Provo’s attractions and beyond. With your freedom to roam, discover secluded beaches, visit local markets, and embark on exciting island adventures at your own pace.