Caribbean Connection

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Classy and classic, Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) are not about big crowds and noisy nights. Sitting extraordinarily pretty southeast of Miami, below the Bahamas and east of the Dominican Republic, the forty islands and cays that make up TCI have come a long way since Club Med opened in the early eighties.

The main tourist center of Providenciales, or Provo, is the big draw with Grace Bay, one of the most stunning beaches in the Caribbean.

Diving in the third largest barrier reef in the world, dining at eateries that take food seriously, and celebrating the iconic conch every way imaginable are keeping arrival numbers high.

“Many of our visitors are return visitors, but we’re also attracting record numbers of new visitors to our shores,” said Ralph Higgs, director of tourism. “For a small country, we are extremely popular and are looking forward to a banner year ahead.”

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