Turks and Caicos is just a short flight away from Miami and offers the ultimate tropical escape in a stunning archipelago of 40 coral islands in the Atlantic, southeast of the Bahamas. It’s home to some of the world’s most alluring beaches and offers some of the best snorkeling and diving you’ll find anywhere too, with its calm, crystal-clear turquoise waters filled with all sorts of marine life, from colorful fish to sea turtles and rays. You’ll also find fabulous all-inclusive resorts, ready to cater to all your desires when it comes to a perfect getaway, including these.


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Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa

Beaches Turks and Caicos (Prices & Photos)

Beaches Turks and Caicos is especially popular with families, offering plenty to do for all with six swimming pools, a massive 45,000-square-foot water park, a spa complex, shopping center and 20 different restaurants and 12 bars – about half of which are swim-up, to choose from. Located on Providenciales Island right on Grace Bay, there are four different villages with room options including villas that overlook the ocean and ocean view rooms. The all-inclusive rates include all meals and drinks as well as free land and water sports, including unlimited diving.

Club Med Turkoise Pool view at Club Med Turkoise
Pool view at Club Med Turkoise

Club Med Turkoise (Prices & Photos)

Club Med Turkoise offers an adult-only escape that offers lots of opportunities for excitement, adventure and relaxation. Located in Grace Bay on Providenciales Island, it hosts 290 rooms as well as two-floor bungalows that are ideal for groups of friends traveling together. At the back of the hotel is a pristine white sand beach, and guests can also enjoy an impressive array of water and land activities, including diving and trapeze sessions.  Dine in style at one of two restaurants serving international or local cuisine, the open-air bar and restaurant offer gorgeous ocean views. Live entertainment is offered nightly as well.

COMO Parrot Cay Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos
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Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos

COMO Parrot Cay (Prices & Photos)

COMO Parrot Cay on Parrot Cay island offers the ultimate in seclusion, located 30 minutes by boat from Providenciales. It hosts beautiful beach houses and villas as what’s arguably the most luxurious resort in all of Turks and Caicos. It has a focus on health and wellness, with a spa menu at its two restaurants that encourage healthy eating. Meals are delicious and feature wonderful Caribbean flavors, and most produce is grown organically right onsite. There is a fitness center with on-call personal trainers, and guests can also enjoy Pilates and yoga classes along with non-motorized water sports. Half- and full-board meal plans are available, neither of which include alcohol.

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Amanyara Resort

Amanyara Resort (Prices & Photos)

The luxury Amanyara Resort is tucked between Providenciales’ western shoreline and protected wilderness. It offers accommodation in luxurious villas surrounded by tropical vegetation and wildlife or gorgeous water pavilions, some of which lead out to private pools or outdoor showers. It has an emphasis on relaxation, taking pampering to a whole new level, along with fabulous fine dining that includes either dinner on the cove or indoor dining on Caribbean dishes made with locally grown ingredients, though it’s not just for the adults. The property’s Nature Discovery Centre is a great place for the kids to get up close and personal with the island’s marine life.

Royal West Indies Royal West Indies
Royal West Indies

Royal West Indies (Prices & Photos)

The Royal West Indies allows guests to enjoy the powdery white sands of Grace Bay Beach with all-suite accommodations that overlook the Caribbean or lush vegetation from botanical view suites. It offers a wide range of activities from parasailing and diving to eco-tours, and a great onsite restaurant. The Pelican Bay Restaurant offers theme nights where you can enjoy the flavors of local BBQ and jerk chicken, or dine on mouthwatering fresh lobster that’s cooked right in front of you.

Northwest Point Resort Northwest Point Resort
Northwest Point Resort

Northwest Point Resort (Prices & Photos)

Northwest Point Resort sits on the northwest side of the island, offering a tranquil stay away from the tourist crowds. It overlooks six miles of empty, unspoiled beach and features one-, two-, and three-bedroom units that are spacious and convenient for families with full kitchens as well as comfortable living areas and balconies. Dine on delicious fresh seafood at its seasonal restaurant and enjoy activities like paddle boarding, kayaking, snorkeling and diving.

Alexandra Resort Alexandra Resort
Alexandra Resort

Alexandra Resort (Prices & Photos)

Alexandra Resort offers an excellent value and sits at beachfront on Grace Bay Beach, with every room offering large decks and patios for enjoying the salty sea air and balmy weather from the comfort of your room.  Guests can enjoy free use of non-motorized water sports gear like kayaks and snorkeling equipment, as well as bikes for getting out and exploring on land.  Caribbean cuisine is served at its Asu on the Beach restaurant, overlooking the pristine white sands, and the property has included a lagoon-style pool with a hot tub and swim-up bar.

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