Turks and Caicos Resort is the Key to Happiness
By Charles Edwards
Provo is the warm and friendly heart of the Turks and Caicos, and Grace Bay may be the friendliest, most fun resort community in the Caribbean.
Here are 5 reasons why you should book your flight today:
1. Sparkling white sand
What the guidebooks never tell you is that volcanic black sand beaches are the norm in many resorts across the Caribbean. What's more, the beautiful white sand beaches that they feature in brochures are often brought in by barge or truck, just for the tourists, and this can result in an inauthentic vacation experience.
The TC island chain is actually the remains of a giant coral reef, so the white sand here is the best in the Caribbean, and what's more are available to anyone and everyone, not just guests at a private resort.
2. An international airport
Provo, the main island in the Turks and Caicos island chain, features an international airport that is close to the American mainland (Miami) and offers direct flights to and from Montreal and Toronto, as well as London and Frankfurt.
3. Easy auto access
Roads offer easy access to every corner of Provo, and most major mainland rental chains have outlets here. Remember that, as a British territory, TC drivers drive on the left (the "wrong" side of the road).
4. Rub shoulders with the stars
Everyone has a story of a celebrity sighting on Provo. The friendliness of the locals, the spectacular scenery, and the sophistication of Grace Bay means that TC is a magnet for a constellation of glamourous stars.
5. Stunning natural beauty
The Turks and Cacios is a giant natural paradise that is easily accessible by boat, car, or kayak right from the front door of your condo or hotel. One of the longest coral reefs in the world can be found here, as well as one of the oldest shipwrecks in the Americas. In the middle of it all, there is always time for a round of golf.
This article was written by Charles Edwards, a TC transplant who believes that a Turks and Caicos hotel at a Turks and Caicos resort is the key to happiness.
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