What is the best beach in the Caribbean?
Grace Bay on the Turks & Caicos islands Caribbean
According to Tripadvisor its Grace Bay on the Turks & Caicos islands. Recently voted the Caribbean’s number one beach and the Worlds second best beach at the Travelers Choice Awards with Turks & Caicos picking up the award for World’s best island.
Grace Bay really is a tropical paradise beach with crystal clear turquoise waters gently lapping onto twelve miles of powdery white sands.
The beach is home to some of the most luxurious hotels in the Caribbean, although there are some great value options if you haven’t got a millionaire budget. There are also a wide range of water-sports available including windsurfing, sailing and water-skiing and the fantastic coral reef is a haven for scuba divers.
Where to stay..
If you are looking for a really good value option then we highly recommend Club Med’s all inclusive resort where colourful bungalows line the beach at this adults only hotel. A great place to relax in a quiet kid free zone.
Club Med Turkoise
Beaches Resorts operate their award winning luxury resort which is one of the best family inspired hotels in the Caribbean with a large water-park, lots of free activities and water-sports for the whole family and a fun Sesame Street themed kids club. If you are taking kids to Grace Bay you won’t find a better option than Beaches.
Beaches Resort Turks & Caicos
If you want to indulge yourselves then the luxurious Seven Stars resort offers unbridalled luxury and exceptional service. Stay in one of the seventeen unique, stunning villas within tropical gardens or right on the beachfront and experience the ultimate in luxury in your very own private residence, with all the amenities of the Seven Stars Resort included in your stay.
Club Med Turqoise rooms start from £525pp for 7 nights all inclusive. Book a Beaches holiday before January 6th and you could save an incredible 45% off brochure prices. If money is no object then the Seven Stars private villas start at about £800 per night, going up to £14,000 per night for the spectacular 7 bedroom Turtle Tail Estate in high season.
How to get there..
There are no direct flight to Turks and Caicos from the UK so most flights will go via the USA. BA do fly via the Bahamas once a week. If you are booking flights make sure you book a flight to Provindenciales not Grand Turk. If you are booking a Beaches or Club Med package they will offer you flights and transfers included in the total holiday cost.
If you are interested in visiting the Worlds best island and the best beach in the Caribbean have a chat with your personal Travel Planner today