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Providenciales or more commonly known as “Provo” covers an area of 61kms (38 miles) and is the most developed island in Turks & Caicos. Found on the western end of the island chain, Provo offers all modern conveniences, while still being a great place for those who want to escape busy schedules and relax. Technically, the Turks & Caicos Islands are located in the Atlantic Ocean, not the Caribbean Sea. The islands are home to roughly 31,000 full time residents (Feb 2013) and welcome around one million tourists annually.

Turks & Caicos has year round excellent weather and it’s commonly said Turks & Caicos has 350 days of sun a year. The average temperature is 29-32 degrees Celsius (85-90 F) and sometimes reaching 35 degrees (90’s F) during late summer months. The water temperature ranges between 24-29 degrees Celsius, (75-83 F) Hurricanes tend to pass by Turks & Caicos. The beaches of Turks & Caicos are consistently rated the best in the world by Trip Advisor’s Best Beach Destinations and by Conde Nast Traveller. The beaches are one of the most valuable attributes of the islands which total coverage is over 370km (230 miles) and they are complimented by unique turquoise waters.

All fresh water is precious to Turks & Caicos, where the island depends upon rainfall or desalinated water produced by reverse osmosis for their supply. For this reason we all conserve in our usage.