What visitors should know when planning Caribbean holidays to Turks and Caicos
When planning your Caribbean holidays, keep in mind that Customs and Immigration requires that visitors have a valid passport, good for 90-days per visit without requesting an extended stay. All visitors to resorts in Turks and Caicos must hold a round trip ticket. Visitors on Caribbean holidays arriving via international flights and connecting to any other TCI islands through Providenciales must first clear immigration and customs and claim baggage at PLS before making the connection through the domestic departure area at the Provo Airport. Limitations for duty-free Imports is $400 for residents and $60 for visitors.
All travel to and from the Turks and Caicos Islands is through Providenciales International Airport (PSL), a modern, full-service airport which welcomes dozens of international flights every week. Not only is it the primary airport for travelers on Caribbean holidays to Turks and Caicos, but it is also the gateway to the rest of the Turks & Caicos Islands and its luxury Caribbean resorts. Currently it is under expansion and will provide for jumbo jet non-stop travel from major cities from across the globe.
All automobile drivers in the Turks and Caicos Islands are required to drive in the left lane.
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