Turks & Caicos

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Deep Dive: 12 Hotels With World-Class Scuba

There may be no greater adventure on this planet than diving into the 70 percent of it that is water. Here are 12 properties where the diving is extraordinary.

Travel With Purpose: 7 Hands-On Conservation Experiences

The Hideaway Report embraces the conservation and sustainability efforts of our recommended properties. Here are 7 where guests can get hands-on experience.

Members' Choice 2018: Hotel With the Most Stunning Beach

Whether or not you're a water sports enthusiast, there is no substitute for a pristine coastline. Our members deemed these three beaches the most superlative.

Top 9 Spring Break 2016 Destinations

Spring break travel often involves the entire family, and finding a destination at the last minute isn't always easy when traveling with a group.

6 Local Caribbean Foods to Savor

A guide to six local specialties you should order and savor on your next trip to the Caribbean.

Top 10 Caribbean Beaches

From Anguilla to Barbados, from world-famous stretches to uninhabited islands, here is a list of the top 10 Caribbean beaches.

4 Must-see Natural Wonders of the Caribbean

Read about four recommended natural wonders that you should see on your next trip to the Caribbean.

7 Favorite Caribbean Islands

Crystalline waters, tropical breezes, endless beaches, and rum by the barrelful--the Caribbean is paradise found.

Featured Members: Margaret and Don Garnett

Margaret and Don Garnett are longtime Andrew Harper members who recently stayed at The Meridian Club in Turks and Caicos.

2013 Grand Awards: Caribbean & Central America

Set on the private island of Pine Cay, a 30-minute boat ride from Provo, The Meridian Club is the crown jewel of the Turks and Caicos for those seeking the timeless and relaxing spirit of the old West Indies.

2013 Grand Awards: The Meridian Club, Turks and Caicos

Set on the private island of Pine Cay, a 30-minute boat ride from Provo, The Meridian Club is the crown jewel of the Turks and Caicos for those seeking the timeless and relaxing spirit of the old West Indies.

A Fresh Look at the Turks and Caicos Islands

When we first visited the Turks and Caicos more than 30 years ago, few people had ever heard of this British Overseas Territory tucked just south of the Bahamas, a 90-minute flight from Miami. On our inaugural visit in January 1981, we had to fly to Grand Turk, which then contained most of the archipelago's 7,500 inhabitants, to catch a puddle jumper to the island of Providenciales, a process that took two days, thanks to the pilot initially taking off with insufficient fuel and being obliged to return!

Provo Restaurants

All of the resorts covered in this article have fine restaurants, but part of the fun of visiting an island where it is easy to get around — whether you drive or use taxis — is to try some of the local restaurants. On our most recent visit, we particularly enjoyed the following.

February Hideaway Report: Botswana, South Africa and Turks and Caicos

The February 2012 Hideaway Report safari issue, profiles a number of extraordinary new lodges in Botswana and South Afric

Activities in the Turks and Caicos

The Meridian Club, Pine Cay Without question, the great draw to the Turks and Caicos — most notably the main island of Provo — is the beaches, white bands