6 Reasons to Visit Turks and Caicos Let’s be real about it. With so many incredible, world-famous destinations to choose from, why should you visit Turks and Caicos on your next island retreat? We’ll introduce you to six reasons why … Read More
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On top of providing splendid Turks and Caicos condo rentals, Aqua Divina is eager to let you in on the magic of our stunning archipelago nation! These forty low-lying coral islands and cays are home to magnificent coastlines, natural sights, and thrilling adventures that deserve a place on your itinerary.
Not sure what to do first? We’ve got it all covered, from eco-tours, bird watching, water sport activities, quiet beaches, and beaten paths to Providenciales’ top cafes and eateries! Explore our blogs for tips and ideas that will turn your Turks and Caicos vacation into a summer story to remember for many years to come.
Why Aqua Divina is the Ideal Fit for Your Turks and Caicos Vacation Have you been daydreaming about that soothing Turks and Caicos vacation? Mark the dates on your calendar and book an Aqua Divina accommodation early. Dreaming about a … Read More
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In order to find more information about this amazing islands, please read the official Turks and Cacos wikipedia page.
“The two island groups are in the North Atlantic Ocean, southeast of the Bahamas, northeast of Cuba, about 160 kilometres (99 mi) north of Hispaniola, and about 1,000 kilometres (620 mi) from Miami in the United States, at 21°46′48″N 71°48′00″WCoordinates: 21°46′48″N 71°48′00″W. The territory is geographically contiguous to the Bahamas, both comprising the Lucayan Archipelago, but is politically a separate entity. The Caicos Islands are separated by the Caicos Passage from the closest Bahamian islands, Mayaguana and Great Inagua. The nearest foreign landmass from the Turks and Caicos Islands is the Bahamian island of Little Inagua, about 30 miles from West Caicos.”, Turks and Cacos wikipedia page.