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Recently booked Resorts & Hotels with Spas in Turks and Caicos

Windsong on the Reef
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La Vista Azul Resort
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Sands At Grace Bay
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East Bay Resort
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Inn at Grace Bay
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Ocean Club Resort
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Coral Gardens on Grace Bay
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Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa All Inclusive
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Royal West Indies Resort
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Turks and Caicos Resorts & Spa Travel Guide

Indulge Yourself with a Turks and Caicos Spa Vacation

Take a deep breath and let yourself relax. Take the opportunity for a vacation where you can have all your worries melt away in Turks and Caicos. If you are looking for extravagant hotel or budget-friendly options, we can assist you in finding the perfect location to stay. In fact, this area is so popular that it saw a big increase of guests that are making it their ultimate spot to unwind. Grab your bags and forget your concerns to initiate your stress-free holiday.

Book a Turks and Caicos Spa Vacation that Won't Break the Bank

Once you've checked-in to your room you can unload your worries as well as your luggage. You'll soon discover that the majority of these hotels outperform expectations and that the staff takes pride in keeping your room and the facilities spotless. After you've spent the day getting a massage treatment, relaxing in the steam room, or lounging by the pool, you can put on your explorer's cap and begin to uncover the hidden gems of Turks and Caicos. Discovering new restauraunts, curio shops, or a happening venue can be one of the many highlights of your vacation. If you're not sure where to begin, ask your hotel's porter to get an idea for what Turks and Caicos has to offer. There is no better source than a local to point you to an exciting evening out or to a cafe to sip a few cocktails at and have an easy-going time. Regardless of where you end up, just make sure to hang loose. Your spa vacation shouldn't be anything but exceedingly relaxing.

Affording plenty of relaxing retreats and and serene locations, it's easily apparent why more and more people are choosing Turks and Caicos as their stress-free spa getaway sanctuary.

There are a number of places in Turks and Caicos that cater to families with children as well. Our selection of family-friendly resorts include places with private beach access, tennis courts, and kids clubs. Some have their own children’s pools, while others provide babysitting services and watersport rentals.

Take advantage of our cheap deals on resorts and hotels in Turks and Caicos, so you can focus more on your island excursions and less on the price of your reservations.

Best and Worst Times to Visit Turks and Caicos

Clear skies and toasty temperatures make December through May the ideal time to visit Turks and Caicos. These months are considered the dry season, when there is little to no rain and the weather is perfect for taking a dip in the ocean. Temperatures generally hover in the 80s F, but with this ideal island weather comes the crowds. The majority of vacationers visit between May and March, which means rates will be higher during this time. If you don’t mind the occasional chance of rain, consider visiting just before the rainy season, between April and May, to face fewer people and lower rates.

Hurricane season runs from the beginning of June to the end of the November, which means there could be anything from minor sprinkles to major storms during this time frame. The warm temperatures and rainfall also attract mosquitos. While it might be considered the worst time to visit, you will find some of the cheapest rates on the islands at this time.

Things to Do

Out on the water is one of the best places to be during your visit to Turks and Caicos. Kick off your water adventures with a snorkeling excursion down at Bight Reef or Smith’s Reef, where you can swim among stingrays, turtles, and colorful fish galore. Next, kayak around the Little Water Cay’s islets, or wade around the shallow water at Taylor Bay. While you’re in paradise, scuba dive off the coast of Governor’s Beach and surrender to the sunshine on Pillory Beach.

After gallivanting in the sand and sea, check out some of the attractions on dry land. Explore the ruins of the plantation at Cheshire Hall, and venture into the Middle Caicos Caves. As the Caribbean’s largest collection of limestone caves, these caverns feature fascinating arrangements of stalagmites and stalactites. During your stay, mosey over to the Grand Turk Lighthouse and Her Majesty’s Prison before retreating to one of the best resorts in Turks and Caicos.

About Resorts

The beauty of staying at a resort is that you have everything you want and need right at your fingertips. Resorts generally provide the usual hotel amenities, such as fitness rooms, business centers, and Wi-Fi access, but many of them offer additional services, too.

Here at Expedia.com, you’ll come across a variety of resorts that feature multiple restaurants, various pool areas, and on-site activities. Some of these resorts include nightclubs and golf courses, while others boast spa services and game rooms. To top it all off, you may even find an assortment of all-inclusive resorts. This type of lodging bundles your meals and activities into the price of the room. All inclusives sometimes offer nightly entertainment, all-you-can buffets, and watersport rentals at no additional charge. Sort through our vast selection of lodging to find a resort matching all your vacation desires.

Geography

Turks and Caicos refers to the two island groups that sit in the Atlantic Ocean, southeast of the Bahamas and north of the Dominican Republic. The Caicos islands are larger than the Turks group, but together they make up a chain of 40 islands.

When you’re dreaming of a vacation filled with scuba diving and cave exploring, it’s time to book our cheap flights to Turks and Caicos. Bundle your airfare and resort into your vacation package to receive up to $570 in savings.