Turks & Caicos: Boatsetter’s Favorite Year-round Travel Destination

Written by Kristen Rogers
July 12, 2018

Bright sun, white sand, and turquoise water… this chain of islands is an aquamarine dream you must sea for yourself

Located at the Southern tip of the Bahamian Archipelago, Turks & Caicos is a chain of 40 unique islands in the Atlantic Ocean. This sparsely populated chain of islands includes Providenciales -the gateway island-, Grand Turk, Middle Caicos, South Caicos, and many more including 8 that are only inhabited by palm trees and wildlife. Known as “the last of the true exotics”, the islands are home to crystal white beaches which create an iridescent appearance in the water that is only amplified by the warm sun that beams down year-round. With almost perfect weather, the dreamy Turks and Caicos islands are what make it an ideal destination for travelers located anywhere throughout the year and Boatsetter’s, of course. Although there is a brief hurricane season that spans from the beginning of June through November, do not let the slim chance of in-climate weather put a damper on your travel plans here. In fact, fewer crowds and cheaper hotel rates are an advantage of traveling to these islands during the offseason. Travelers can expect average temperatures of 88°F (31°C) in August and September, and an average low of 73°F (23°C) in January and February.

Immerse yourself in the ecosystem

With the option to fish, dive, bird and whale watch, the Turks & Caicos Islands are a wonderland for nature enthusiast that aspire to roam and observe nature in its pure and undisturbed state. Travelers can rent a 2016 Intrepid 400 Sport Yacht to partake in any of these outdoor activities. The 230 miles of low sand cay beachfront grant divers access to 1,000 square miles of reefs that are not only some of the most impressive walls of coral in the Caribbean, but are also home to historic wrecks that date back to the oldest in the Western Hemisphere. The islands coral reefs are so breathtaking that even novice snorkelers and scuba-divers become so enamored with the sites, that they too hope to acquire a third lung. Scuba Diving Magazine has even voted Turks & Caicos as one of the top 5 diving destinations in the entire world! The almost remote islands allow you to experience the unparalleled mysteries of the seafloor while frolicking among the thriving marine ecosystem of whales, spotted Eagle Rays, Manta Rays and vast species of fish beyond.


Prefer the more relaxed side of island life? Well, there is literally no better place to detach and unwind from reality than the nearly secluded Turks & Caicos Islands. Holding a reputation as a true luxury-tourism destination, the pace of the island life is easygoing and serene.  While you’re surrounded by some of the clearest water in the seas, you can really leave your mark by creating footprints in the otherwise untouched sand. Even if you choose to stay at an all-inclusive resort, the atmosphere of Turks and Caicos is one that feels special and truly your own. Take advantage of all the unique experiences this chain of islands has to offer by exploring on one of Boatsetters Turks and Caicos fleet option’s here!

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