Our Islands an Introduction to the Turks and Caicos
Someone once asked me what I thought Heaven might look like. I didn’t pause for long before responding, “Heaven might easily be made up of a group of islands and cays, each one unique and beautiful in its own way, designed with dramatic differences to make the entire chain seem less like bits of earth and more like a set of glittering gems specially created to adorn a crown of stunning azure seas.”
Beautiful Beaches & Crystal Clear Waters. Photo by Carl McBurnie.
I was, of course, referring to the (fortunately) very earthly delights of the Turks and Caicos Islands.
There are forty islands and cays in the chain, eight of which are inhabited year round, in this tiny island chain. And, though each of these is easily accessible from the others, they are all so different you’ll feel worlds apart the moment you step on each shore.
The constants, however, are the key to making the Turks & Caicos Islands akin to paradise.
Friendly locals, year round perfect climate, easy access by air in less than 90 minutes from Miami, flawless beaches and waters a blue that is unlike any other in the Caribbean.
You’ll relax with an ease you never thought possible; reconnecting with your loved ones will be simple without the distractions of your day to day lives.
Breathe fresh air heavy with the scent of sun; swim or dive in warm clear water teeming with beautiful marine life.
Take some time to dine in world class restaurants on treats so decadent you can’t help but wonder if the tradewinds have somehow heightened your sense of taste.
Best of all, you’ll never want to leave.
Now I ask you... What do you think Heaven might look like?