Posted in All - 6 months ago

The Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) have been named the #1 Safest Islands in the Caribbean by travel website in a recent article. Travel website Frommer’s has also previously reported that "The TCI has long been one of the safest places to live and visit in the Caribbean.”  

Below is an excerpt of the article by reporter Lilly LeClair.

The islands that make this list of the safest in the Caribbean, are consistently rated among travel websites as the safest and most secure for tourists. Of course, it’s always a good idea to look for updated government-issued advisories before booking a vacation -- and follow standard safety precautions when in unfamiliar surroundings, especially at night.

TCI is a British Overseas Territory -- southeast of the Bahamas –and  includes 40 islands and cays, only 12 of which are inhabited by roughly 31,000 residents -- a stark contrast to the 450,000 annual tourists who visit by plane, not to mention 650,000 cruise ship tourists arriving to Grand Turk Cruise Port each year. So it should come as no surprise that protecting tourists is a major government priority. 



Turks and Caicos is a popular vacation spot for water enthusiasts due to its gentle turquoise waves and average year-round temperature of 85 degrees, with little rain, and rare hurricanes. Providenciales is home of 12-mile-long Grace Bay Beach, which Conde Nast calls the “Best Beach of all Tropical Islands in the World," particularly known for sunsets.