An Introduction to the beautiful Turks & Caicos Islands

The Turks & Caicos Islands (TCI) were originally settled by Lucayan Indians for 1,000s of years.

Today the TCI is a British Overseas Territory, comprised of 40 stunning islands and small cays in the Northern Caribbean. The combined population of 37,000, which includes a large expatriate community, lives on just 8 of the islands.

230 miles of pristine beaches, including the best beach in the world, 350 days of sunshine per year and average temperatures of 82 degrees Fahrenheit, have combined to make TCI one of the world’s most alluring destinations.