Turks and Caicos Islands Map

The Turks and Caicos Islands are a British Overseas Territory in the north Atlantic Ocean. These tropical Caribbean islands form two groups in the Lucayan archipelago: the smaller Turks Islands and the larger Caicos islands, separated by the Turks Island Passage. The Turks Islands sit to the east while the larger islands, the Caicos Islands, are on the west.

The inhabited islands include Providenciales, Grand Turk, North Caicos, Middle Caicos (the largest island), South Caicos, Salt Cay, Parrot Cay, Pine Cay, and Ambergris Cay, while East Caicos and West Caicos, although larger, are uninhabited. Cockburn Town, on Grand Turk island, is the capital of the British Overseas Territory of Turks and Caicos.

These flat limestone islands offer mangrove swamps and ocean reefs for nature lovers, and sandy beaches for sun lovers. Middle Caicos and North Caicos also have cave networks and green woodlands. The highest points in the Turks and Caicos islands are the Blue Hills on Providenciales, and Flamingo Hills on East Caicos.

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Providenciales, in the Caicos archipelago, is the most populated island and has beautiful beaches, clear turquoise waters, enticing coral reefs, as well as pristine national parks. It's one of the most popular destinations for those who come to visit the Turks and Caicos islands. Ferry services connect Providenciales to nearby North and Middle Caicos islands, while short domestic flights connect it to South Caicos or Grand Turk and other Turks islands. However, on Providenciales, you can reach exquisite beaches, stunning views, historical sites, and local boutiques and art galleries, all within minutes of Kokomo.

The local Princess Alexandra National Park, protecting coastal and marine areas, boasts several pristine beaches and reefs. Explore the limestone cliffs and sandy coves, or spot iguanas. A once-in-a-lifetime experience is to see the bioluminescent waters near Caicos Cays, lit up by glow worms after every full moon.

For family-friendly alternatives, Cheshire Hall Plantation, the top historical site on the island, takes you back in time to the Loyalist period in the 1700s. The National Museum with its outdoor historical exhibits is a sister to the Turks and Caicos National Museum at Cockburn Town, on Grand Turk.

A visit to the Wildflower Skincare Lab is an excellent opportunity to pick up eco-friendly, natural skincare products made from the local plants and flowers on the islands for either yourself, or for souvenirs for your loved ones back home.

The top attractions are all within minutes of Kokomo; we have rental cars and equipment suppliers for your desired water activities to help you make the most of your time. Just ask our Concierge to make all the arrangements.

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The crowning jewel of the area, the beautiful Grace Bay Beach running along the north shore has the clearest azure waters. In 2022, TripAdvisor once again named it the #1 beach in the world. It's excellent for snorkelling and water activities, or just enjoying the ocean views from the extensive beach.

Enjoy some of the bars and restaurants in the vibrant area of Turtle Cove, or enjoy the views along the waterside.

Along the southwest coast, Taylor Bay beach is well sheltered, safe, and has very shallow, clear, and calm water, making it great for families with small children, especially since it's a smaller, quieter beach. You may find conch shells along the shore. Taylor Bay is also excellent for those looking for a quieter spot.

Near Turtle Cove on the north coast, Smith's Reef is easily accessible, and is an excellent snorkeling site. Turtles, rays, lobsters, and a wide variety of colourful fish can all be spotted. Night dives for the extra adventurous are also possible.

Chalk Sound is a protected national park which boasts vibrant turquoise water dotted with little rocky islands, and is a haven for kayaking and paddle boarding. Many ocean creatures can be spotted in the shallow waters, or iguanas on the shore in the rocks.

For the golf lovers, Royal Turks and Caicos Golf Club with its 18-hole championship golf course is sure to please. It has received acclaim from USA Today and Reader’s Choice. Greens are kept in excellent condition. With practice facilities and a bar and restaurant on site, it is a choice golfing experience. For those who prefer, it also offers tennis courts.

Sapodilla Bay Beach - a beautiful, sheltered white sand beach on the south coast is an excellent family-friendly choice for those with smaller children. Some good snorkelling spots are easily accessible.

For snorkelling and scuba diving, Bight Reef Coral Gardens are unequalled. The reef starts right off of the beach, so is an excellent shore snorkelling option. A wide variety of marine life can be spotted, including turtles.

3 Minutes Away
Grace Bay Beach
4 Minutes Away
Turtle Cove
16 Minutes Away
Taylor Bay Beach
6 Minutes Away
Smith's Reef
17 Minutes Away
Chalk Sound
11 Minutes Away
Royal Turks and Caicos Golf Club
14 Minutes Away
Sapodilla Bay Beach
5 Minutes Away
Coral Gardens Reef

Convenient to all island points of interest, yet affording an air of luxurious seclusion.

Kokomo Botanical Resort is your luxury home away from home to explore all the Turks and Caicos sights. Come back to comfort and ease after your days out. Rest and recuperate in tranquil seclusion, before heading out for more adventure.

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