Turks and Caicos Islands
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The nation of the Turks and Caicos are made up of forty islands and cays that only equate to thirty-seven miles long and the two main islands of the nation are Grand Turk (Turk Island) and Providenciales (Caicos Island). Although considered a Caribbean region, the Turks and Caicos actually reside in the Atlantic Ocean, rather than the Caribbean Sea, nonetheless the surrounding waters are warm, calm and welcoming wherever you visit. Each of the islands are dominated by sandy coastlines and calming seas and are famed for their fabulous beaches, particularly the award winning Grace Bay. There are plenty of options to spend a day in pure tranquillity, however for the more active travellers facilities on the islands include; scuba-diving, snorkelling, sailing, boating, parasailing, fishing, spa-treatments, salons, golfing, shopping, horse riding, off-road safaris and gambling. Each of the islands offers their own historic relics and tales of times gone by; however cultural travellers will particularly enjoy the Turks and Caicos National Museum or a stroll through the historic Cockburn Town. For nightlife, there are a plethora of clubs and bars scattered throughout the islands, and access to each of the islands is an easy accomplishment with touring encouraged. A particular attraction to the islands is the green flash that can be seen at sunset on the Grand Turk Island, a natural phenomenon that is not as elusive as first thought.