The Turks and Caicos Islands are a British Overseas Territory located south
of the Bahamas and north of the island of Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic). They are known
primarily for tourism and as an offshore financial
centre. The total population is about 30,000 of whom 75% live on the island of
Providenciales (more commonly called Provo).
The eight main islands and more than 300 smaller islands consist primarily of low, flat limestone with extensive marshes and mangrove swamps as well as extensive beach front. The weather is usually sunny and relatively dry.
We spent April 2004 staying on Provo at the Crystal Bay Condominiums. This development has since been renamed Northwest Point Resort. This development is unique in as much as it is located in a very remote part or Provo.
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