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Ecotourism excursions in the Turks and Caicos
The Turks and Caicos Islands have long been known for the riches that their financial services sector produce. However, the natural wealth if the islands has not been as appreciated, but this is starting to change. The beauty of biodiversity The Turks and Caicos are made up more
Traditional Turks & Caicos Cuisine
The traditions of cuisine on the islands is developed from the availability of food on and around the islands. Located in such fertile waters, the ocean is the most reliable and convenient supply of food. The geographical location of the islands doesn't lend itself to huge more
Big stars on small islands
Due to its striking landscapes and magnificent beaches, Turks and Caicos Islands have always been a major attraction to travelers from the world over. Turks and Caicos are made up of 40 islands, and an estimate of about 200,000 visitors tour this place every year; renowned more
Getting Close to the People from Turks and Caicos
The Turks and Caicos Islands are a beautiful haven in the British Overseas (nearby the Bahamas, the Antilles and the Hispaniola islands). They are not as popular tourist destination as their neighbours, but this is just what makes them even more unique. When not as many people more
The Turks and Caicos soccer team
The Turks and Caicos Islands may be famous for some things - their palm-fringed beaches, luxury hotel resorts and an exotic history as a pirate hideaway. However, the footballing prowess of the people of the islands is not one of them. This is unfair, though. But it isn't the more
Almost La Pinta
On October 12th, 1492, Rodrigo de Triana, an employee of Christopher Columbus, shouted with delight at the first sight of land after a long and treacherous journey across the Atlantic. The land was the Americas and the boat which lead the European adventurers to the new world more
The History of the Salt Industry on Salt Cay
The Importance of the Tiny island in the Middle of Nowhere Salt is such an everyday, common and cheap commodity that it's difficult to imagine a time when it was considered a rarity, something precious, that without it, meat would rot and sailors and soldiers would die from more
The Molasses Debacle
The collapse of the Lehman Brothers had ripples the world over and those ripples quickly turned into a tsunami for the Turks and Caicos Islands. When the bank crumbled so too did the financing for what was planned to be the archipelago’s most modern, most luxurious new hotel – more
The history of Cockburn Town
The Turk and Caicos Islands are one of the most popular destinations for visitors to the chain of islands known as the Bahamas. Travellers come here today to dive in the deliciously warm seas amid shoals of glittering fish, to sunbathe on the sugar-soft white sands, and to enjoy more
The first sighting of the Turks and Caicos Islands
To travellers arriving at the Turk and Caicos Islands today, their first sight of the islands is a shimmering beryl-blue coastline lapping gently at soft white sands. But how does this compare to the very first sight of the islands in recorded human history? Juan Ponce de Leó more
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