The islands are a British Crown colony on its own since 1962 and consists of 2 groups of tropical islands in the West Indies. Before the discovering of Columbus, the islands were occupied by Taino and Lucayan Indians.
The Turks and Caicos Islands lie in the Bahamas island chain and consist of 40 different islands and cays, where only 8 are inhabited.
The best-known islands are Providenciales (the centre of tourism), Grand Turk and Salt Cay with great Bermudian architecture and a rustic charm.
In the Middle and North Caicos you can enjoy the environment with a vast range of plants by kayaking or just by bird watching.
You can visit the world’s only conch farm where they raise the ‘Caribbean Queens fit for a King’.
The climate is relative tropical, dry and sunny. In summer, the temperature is about 30-33 ° C and in winter the night temperature rarely falls below 18 °C.
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