Turks and Caicos
Luxury wellness holidays and retreats in the Turks and Caicos
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Best months to visit
Turks and Caicos’ Caribbean climate means tropical weather all year round. Dry season is from December to April, when the endless sun attracts more visitors, but even in the wet season downpours are short lived before blue sky prevails.
The mantra ‘Beautiful by Nature’ perfectly encapsulates the Turks and Caicos forty islands and cays. Sapphire seas and white sand beaches, the trademark of Caribbean paradise, are found across every island, from Providenciales to Salt Cay. The exceptional natural beauty has made the Turks and Caicos a thriving wellness destination, where you can indulge in rejuvenating spa treatments while the healing powers of nature nourish your soul. The epitome of barefoot luxury, Amanyara’s verdant tropical pavilions overlook half a mile of white sand, creating a meditative sanctuary of mindfulness, Qi Gong, and yoga. Explore the culture and traditions of each island, then relish in the warm waters during snorkelling, paddle boarding, swimming and kayaking. Don’t miss the opportunity to scuba dive off the coast of Grand Turk with our marine biologist, discovering dramatic wall dives, historical wrecks and the fascinating biodiversity of marine life.
Top places to visit in the Turks & Caicos wellness
The most developed island in Turks and Caicos, Providenciales is famed for its beaches, including the acclaimed Grace Beach – over 3 miles of pristine sand and clear waters. With stunning coastlines come fantastic water sports, and the barrier reef that surrounds the island is a scuba diver’s dream land. The sheltered wetlands around Providenciales are also home to juvenile sharks, sea turtles and stingrays.
North Caicos and Middle Caicos
Connected by a road causeway, North and Middle Caicos are much less populated, perfect for some secluded exploration. As well as captivating beaches, such as Mudjin Harbour Beach, and stunning hikes, there’s also Flamingo Pond Overlook, where you can spot hundreds of these majestic birds and the largest dry cave system in the Caribbean.
Salt Cay and South Caicos
Quieter than the other islands, Salt Cay and South Caicos are a laid-back, authentic taste of Turks and Caicos. Embrace the slow pace of life here and spend your days relaxing on the glorious beaches. Mainly fishing islands, tourism here is scaled back, but there are still breathtaking trips to be had, such as humpback whale watching in Salt Cay.
Here's 3 experiences to inspire you
Kayak and paddleboard along Chalk Sound
Chalk Sound National Park is a mesmerising natural lagoon, filled with astoundingly turquoise water and hundreds of small, rocky islands. Get up close to the crystal clear water, which gets its remarkable colour from sunlight refracting off the limestone, during an unforgettably beautiful kayaking or paddleboarding experience.
Among many other water sports, Providenciales is home to world-class kiteboarding spots, and these glorious turquoise waters are a stunning place to learn. The quiet, secluded beaches mean ample space for practising, so you can lose yourself in the beauty of your location and the joy of the great outdoors.
Spot humpbacks in Salt Cay
Its position in the humpback whales’ migration path gives visitors to Salt Cay some of the rarest and up-close experiences with humpback whales anywhere in the world. Take a trip out with Health Travel’s experienced guides to learn more about these majestic creatures while getting jaw-droppingly close to the splash zone.