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Cruises to Turks and Caicos

Cruises in Turks and Caicos

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Eastern Caribbean

Nieuw Amsterdam 01 Dec 2024 7 nights Fly Cruise Fort Lauderdale

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Itinerary: Fort Lauderdale - Grand Turk - San Juan - St Thomas, US Virgin Islands - Half Moon Cay - Fort Lauderdale
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Tropical Caribbean

Nieuw Amsterdam 15 Dec 2024 7 nights Fly Cruise Fort Lauderdale

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Itinerary: Fort Lauderdale - Half Moon Cay - Grand Turk - Amber Cove, Dominican - Key West - Fort Lauderdale
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Eastern Caribbean

Zuiderdam 14 Dec 2024 7 nights Fly Cruise Fort Lauderdale

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Itinerary: Fort Lauderdale - Grand Turk - San Juan - St Thomas, US Virgin Islands - Half Moon Cay - Fort Lauderdale
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An overview of Turks and Caicos


Turks and Caicos, a Caribbean gem, is an idyllic paradise of pristine beaches, vibrant coral reefs and crystal-clear waters. With its exquisite Grace Bay Beach, diverse marine life and a blend of luxury resorts and natural beauty, it offers a tropical escape that beckons travellers seeking sun, sea and serenity.

Turks and Caicos, situated along the edge of the deep oceanic trench known as the Turks Island Passage, is celebrated for its world-class scuba diving and snorkelling. Grand Turk, in particular, boasts some of the most pristine underwater environments in the Caribbean. The island's signature attraction is the Grand Turk Wall, a majestic coral drop-off that plunges into the abyss. This sheer underwater cliff offers divers and snorkelers a mesmerising glimpse into the vibrant marine life and coral formations that thrive along its edge. Encounter schools of colourful fish, and graceful sea turtles and the possibility of spotting passing pelagic species, including sharks and rays.

Step back in time and delve into the rich history and cultural heritage of Turks and Caicos at the Turks and Caicos National Museum, located just a short walk from the port. This captivating institution offers a glimpse into the island's past, including its Lucayan indigenous roots, colonial history and maritime significance. The museum's exhibits feature a diverse array of artefacts, from pre-Columbian Lucayan artefacts to relics from shipwrecks that once dotted the treacherous waters of the region. Learn about the era of salt production, which played a vital role in the island's economy, and explore the maritime history of the Turks and Caicos Islands, including the intriguing story of the Molasses Reef Wreck.

Governor’s Beach, located a short drive or leisurely walk from the port, is a slice of paradise that embodies the essence of Turks and Caicos' natural beauty. This postcard-perfect stretch of powdery white sand and crystal-clear waters is the epitome of a tropical oasis. With its serene atmosphere and uncrowded shores, Governor's Beach is the perfect place to unwind and savour the tranquillity of the Caribbean. Lounge on the soft sands, take in the gentle sea breeze and bask in the warm sunshine. The beach is often less crowded than other tourist hotspots, making it an ideal spot for a peaceful escape.


Which cruise lines sail to Turks and Caicos?

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