Aug 26

Escape The Crowds At Big Resorts In The Caribbean And Choose Turks And Caicos

The Caribbean has always been a favourite destination for weddings and honeymoons and with so many idyllic islands on offer it can be difficult to choose from the wide selection available to today’s time-consumed bride and grooms.

Couples seeking a romantic picturesque setting, an array of top quality hotels to choose from, a collection of unspoilt islands and an uncrowded wedding destination will find all of this and more when they plan Turks and Caicos weddings.

Though the islands of Turks and Caicos are not as well known for destination weddings as Jamaica, the Bahamas or Antigua, there are plenty of reasons for couples to plan their special day in this beautiful Caribbean nation.

The Turks & Caicos Islands are situated in the West Indies, north of the Dominican Republic and Haiti, and southeast of The Bahamas.

The nation boast 40 islands and cays, of which only eight are inhabited, and the country is just a 3.5 hour plane journey from New York and only 90 minutes from Miami.

There are plenty of hotel options to suit any wedding budget, from luxury beachfront resorts with grand ballrooms and tropical gardens, to small guesthouses where couple can enjoy intimate Turks and Caicos weddings in front of close family and friends.

The main island of Providenciales has a wide selection of luxury hotels and resorts, white sand beaches, gourmet restaurants, and a vibrant atmosphere, while the capital island Grand Turk is rich in history and has colonial-style buildings and ruins, a luxury cruise facility and pier, and plenty of museums and attractions.

Engaged couples planning weddings in Turks and Caicos can enjoy walks along the famous Grace Bay Beach on Providenciales, go snorkelling or scuba diving in the warm and crystal clear turquoise ocean, or visit the naturally-formed limestone opening called The Hole.

There are plenty of opportunities to go island-hopping and couples can enjoy their weddings abroad on one island and then head off to another Turks and Caicos island for a romantic honeymoon.

The tropical climate is usually one of the main reasons why couples book Caribbean weddings and Turks and Caicos is no exception. After their special day, newlyweds can unwind on pristine beaches under the glowing sun, swim and snorkel in the warm ocean waters and relax in lush fragrant gardens as they start the beginning of their new life together.


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