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Recent Turks & Caicos Islands reviews

  • Great for Kitesurfing, Children & Secluded beach walks

    "We rented for ten days here; three couples and one four year old boy and all had a great time. For Kitesurfing the beach access is ideal; you can launch and land kites there unlike some parts of the beach, its great to put in up at the Shores and run downwind to this beach spot. Situated up higher than the bedrooms is the main house which was always comfortable with a nice cross breeze. Good kitchen to cook in, A/C and plumbing all worked well. Peter and Sally were very accommodating picking up and dropping off at the airport which was a relief after long travel to this new place; especially since the airport in Provo suffers some disorder due to the on going construction. Compared to other options the price was very reasonable and we'd go back. Thank you!"
    Guest: Jesse P. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 1, 2014
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  • Great week on Provo

    "Visiting TCI for over 20 years...Had a home on North Caicos for 10 years....Exceptional accommodations at Captains Suite...excellent time on Provo. Stayed at RWI many times....certainly highly recommend this suite. Beachfront, excellent view, quiet.....what more could you ask?"
    Guest: bud Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 22, 2014
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  • The Perfect Vacation!

    "After months of research, my husband, daughters (2 & 8) and I decided to go to Turks and Caicos for our vacation. We stayed at Villa Renaissance (suite #302) and it fulfilled all of our expectations. The owner Bill was extremely helpful, quickly responded to all of our questions and made the booking of our trip a breeze! The suite was clean, comfortable and well appointed. We enjoyed eating our breakfast on the large balcony, while admiring the stunning unobstructed ocean views. The resort is conveniently located in walking distance to restaurants and shopping, which was important to my daughter who made sure she brought something back for everyone! Also, let’s not forget the white sand of Grace Bay, clear water and the pool we pretty much had to ourselves! When we thought things couldn't get any better, we met Bentley (the pool bartender). The staff at Villa Renaissance was extremely friendly, but Bentley really went out of his way to make us feel at home. From making jewelry with my daughter, advice on our next beach activity, lunch arrangements, to just sitting by the pool talking about family or the island. He is a good person, with a big heart and the entire family enjoyed getting to know him. As much as we liked the atmosphere of our resort, we also ventured out and experience other parts of the island. My personal favorite, Taylor Bay! Hard to find, but worth the effort! It is a secluded beach with crystal clear and shallow water. We walked about 200 yards into the water and it was around 2 feet deep, perfect for my 2 year old daughter! Another family favorite was the Island Vibes Snorkeling tour with Moe and John. These guys were fantastic and made sure everyone on the boat had a wonderful time, especially my girls! My only regret, I wish we would have booked the full day tour because it was that much fun!! We also went horseback riding with Caicos Corral, rented a stand up paddle board for the day AND rented a 16 foot water trampoline which was delivered and set up right in front of our beach (Thanks to Bentley)! Overall, I can't say enough about the “perfect vacation" that my family and I had. You can read about it, see the beautiful pictures, but it’s nothing like actually experiencing it! The only down side to visiting Turks and Caicos…nothing will ever compare. ;-)"
    Guest: world traveler Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 23, 2014
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  • Did not want to leave!

    "Pelican Vista was the perfect home away from home for our family of nine to enjoy the beautiful island of Turks and Caicos. The outdoor living space was decadent - gorgeous large pool with a massive swim-up Tiki bar including modern grill and outdoor mini fridge for convenience. The place is wired smartly - you can hear music from any room in the house, each room with it's own controls, including outside by the bar. The views of the turqouise waters from the upper and top deck were stunning. The top deck was great for star-gazing as well. Each of the 4 bedrooms was its own large master suite, meaning no rocks, paper, scissors over who gets the largest room. It was a relatively short walk to the pristine white sand beach, and once you get to the beach, you have two directions to choose from on where to stake your spot. We can't thank Basia enough for taking great care of us and making good on her promise of an incredible Villa and vacation. She was easy and fun to work with, and truly knows how to run a tight ship. Pelican Vista truly is paradise, and a place that will have you daydreaming for weeks after you leave."
    Guest: A. Hon Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 25, 2014
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Turks & Caicos Islands Travel Tips

Turks and Caicos Vacation Rentals Welcome Visitors

Located some 650 miles east-southeast of Miami, the Turks and Caicos Islands are a British overseas territory. This sun-seekers' paradise is a neighbor to the Bahamas. Its capital is Cockburn Town, located on Grand Turk Island. The main entry point is Providenciales, with its international airport and harbor. From here, visitors can fly on to any of the inhabited islands. Its tropical climate and pleasant trade winds makes it an attractive location. This largely unspoiled area is a unique paradise where the inhabitants, or "belongers" as they are known, warmly welcome visitors. Visitors to Turks and Caicos vacation rentals come for the unspoiled beaches and crystal-clear water. Here, they enjoy the relaxed atmosphere along with beautiful scenery.

The Caicos Islands

The area of West Caicos is perfect for scuba diving and fishing. This uninhabited island is accessible by boat and often, the only company you'll have are the birds. While on the island, visitors often hike to Lake Catherine and the ruins of Yankee Town where all that remains are the remnants of the railroad and a steam engine.

Bird-lovers will also enjoy a trip to Little Water Cay, currently being developed as a nature resort for its wide variety of birds. Once the haunt of pirates such as Mary Reid and Annie Bonnie, Parrot Cay is now currently being developed into a resort area. Known as the "Emerald Isle" for its fertile soil, North Caicos is where much of the island's food is produced. It is also a tourist area, with miles of deserted beaches. Here, visitors will see osprey, flamingos and iguanas among the wildlife at the nature reserve. Middle Caicos, or "Grand Caicos," as it is sometimes known, is an undeveloped island. The inhabitants live in one of three settlements--Conch Bar, Banbarra and Lorimers. The coast is made up of bluffs and small, quiet coves on the west. To the south and north are high limestone cliffs and white sandy beaches. Here, visitors can explore the island's incredible caves. Middle Caicos is connected to North Caicos by a causeway accessible to cross at low tide.

Uninhabited East Caicos is home to the local turtle population who lay their eggs along its 17 miles of beach at the north of the island. Evidence of early rock carvings has been discovered to the northwest. On South Caicos is the quiet capital of Cockburn Harbor where visitors to Turks and Caicos villas can enjoy a quiet but social evening. During the day, this island is known for yachting, diving and spectacular big-game fishing.

The Turks Island

Grand Turk is the location of the islands' government and its business area. Visitors to Turks and Caicos vacation rentals here will enjoy the history as well as the culture. The waterfront museum details the story of the Molasses shipwreck and features rare manuscripts and prints gathered from among the islands. Buildings here date from the early 19th century, with high, white-washed walls and imposing entrances. Visitors will enjoy the diving, walks and guided tours on offer here.

Salt Cay, dominated by an imposing 1830s-style, white Bermudian house is one of the most charismatic of the Salt Islands. It is home to salt ponds which are still productive. Here, visitors will find relics of the old whaling industry. It has excellent beaches and during the winter, the majestic humpback whales can be spotted off its coast. Many visitors choose Turks and Caicos travel during the winter in order to spot these incredible gentle giants en route to their nearby breeding ground. Real enthusiasts will enjoy a diving trip to listen to the whales' song underwater. Visitors will also enjoy the opportunity to swim with the dolphins and turtles and see the spotted eagle rays and manta rays.

Turks and Caicos Travel to Find a Home Away From Home

Visitors to Turks and Caicos villas will find a warm welcome from the "belongers" and a wonderful property to call home. There is such an array of properties available that visitors will be hard-pressed to pick the one that best suits them. Huge beachfront properties,with their own docks and pool or small cozy cottages with private pools--the choice is impressive. Each property comes with all the little extras that make a vacation home into something really special. The major benefit of renting a home is that of space; you'll get to relax in private, peaceful surroundings. Visitors will find all that and much more with these Turks and Caicos vacation rentals.

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