Turks and Caicos

The Turks and Caicos Islands is a group of islands, usually shortened to TCI for ease. It is made up of a range of islands, with the larger group part of the Caicos region. The islands are extremely popular for tourists and make beautiful destination wedding locations, especially if you are looking for somewhere tranquil.

Why Choose Turks and Caicos for Your Wedding Destination?

When you want to see the bright waters of the Caribbean, this group of islands is the perfect option. The waters are clear, showing off the crystal blue hue whichever beach you choose to marry on. The white sand is also soft and warm, making your wedding day a dream. And with temperatures of at least 81 degrees F, you will have the climate of your desires.

The Provindenciales, referred to as Provo by the locals, is the most decorated island within the group. It also have some of the most beautiful and serene beaches. Grace Bay and Long Bay Beach are the two favourites on this island. However, if you want something more peaceful and secluded, Caicos Cays is one to put on your list. This National Trust nature reserve is full of untouched beauty.

You can also surround yourself in the culture of the people of Turks and Caicos. There are many alternative cultures that will make your wedding day unique and stand out from the rest. It’s the time to make your friends green with envy. It’s also a beautiful location for your honeymoon straight afterwards.

What Are the Turks and Caicos Islands Known for Best?

Ripsaw music comes from the group of islands, especially in the North and Middle Caicos. It is very similar to the Bahamas’ rake-and-scrape music, and involves the use of a handsaw on box guitars, triangles, accordions and other instruments. The saw scrapes along an object to make the music.

Another popular pastime is sports, especially its national sport of cricket. People will get together to play and watch football, sailing and cricket throughout the year.

There is something for all your guests to enjoy when visiting Turks and Caicos. Water sports are popular with all tourists, especially scuba diving, sailing and snorkelling. You could have the perfect honeymoon diving into the Black Forest, featuring many reefs and unusual creatures. If you prefer to see the creatures out of the water, Conch Farm is a place to visit. At the end of your trip through the life cycle, you can try the delicacies on the islands.

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General Information About the Turks and Caicos Islands

  • Capital: Cockburn Town
  • Language: English is the official language, but the people do also speak Turks and Caicos Creole. There are also Spanish communities around the island.
  • Area: 238 Square mile
  • Population: 31,458
  • Currency: US dollar