ile de Providenciales – Unsplash

Turquoise Islands: our guide to all-inclusive packages and activities

To the point Discover with us the all-inclusive packages and activities on offer in the Turquoise Islands, a paradise archipelago in the Caribbean.

The Turks and Caicos Islands, also known as the Turquoise Islands, are a group of more than 40 islands and islets in the Atlantic Ocean, southeast of the Bahamas and north of the Dominican Republic.

Only eight of these islands are inhabited, the main ones being the Turks to the northwest and the Caicos Islands to the southeast. These islands are famous for their beautiful white sandy beaches and turquoise waters, but also for the marine life they contain.

Cockburn Town, on Grand Turk Island, is the capital and main urban center of this beach paradise destination.

Grand Turk – Unsplash

The other inhabited islands are Providenciales, North Caicos, Middle Caicos, South Caicos, Salt Cay, Pine Cay and Parrot Cay.

This guide to all-inclusive hotels and activities in the Turks and Caicos Islands will help you discover the best of this enchanting archipelago, whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a family vacation or an upscale experience.

Turks & Caicos Islands – Unsplash

All-inclusive Resorts in the Turks and Caicos Islands

For adults only: Club Med Turkoise

Club Med Turkoise is an adults-only all-inclusive located on Grace Bay Beach. It offers colorful rooms and a variety of facilities such as three restaurants, two bars, a spa, a gym, an outdoor pool and water sports, tennis and horseback riding, providing a lively and entertaining experience in a heavenly setting.

Club Med has developed its own loyalty system called Great Members, which rewards members after each stay by awarding points based on their spending.

By reaching various levels, members gain access to higher status and enjoy additional benefits such as discounts on activities, room upgrades, airport transportation included, and much more.

Ideal for families: Beaches Turks & Caicos

Also in Grace Bay, the Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort Villages and Spa is a lively family all-inclusive owned by Sandals Resorts International. There’s also a water park.

Rooms include a games console, and some have a microwave and/or living area. One- and two-bedroom suites include kitchens, while three- and four-bedroom villas feature private pools.

With 20 restaurants, 12 bars, six outdoor pools, a spa and a gym, there’s plenty to keep you entertained and relaxed.

Premium all-inclusive: Ambergris Cay Resort

Located on a private island, the luxurious Ambergris Cay Private Island features sophisticated suites with ocean views, minibar, living space and private pool. Villas feature a golf cart, separate living room and veranda, with butler service.

Airport transfers, water sports, 30-minute hydrotherapy treatments and sailing lessons are included, as are meals in a restaurant-bar, café and bar. The complex also offers an outdoor pool, patio and spa. Access to this paradise is only possible by plane from Providenciales international airport.

Alexandra Resort

Also in Grace Bay, the all-inclusive Alexandra Resort offers spacious studios and suites, as well as a full range of on-site amenities, including a large pool, five restaurants, spa, gym, kids’ club and non-motorized water sports.

What’s more, the all-inclusive program allows guests to enjoy the facilities of the neighboring Blue Haven hotel, offering a “stay in one hotel, enjoy two” experience.


Blue Haven Resort

Its neighbor, the Blue Haven Resort, is also a family favorite. The complex offers spacious studios and suites, two restaurants, two bars and a swimming pool. Its all-inclusive package includes unlimited meals, local and premium alcoholic beverages, and access to the restaurants and bars of the affiliated hotel, Alexandra Resort.

What’s more, guests have free access to a range of non-motorized water sports, and children aged 12 and under stay free when sharing a room with two full-price adults. Proof of age will be required at check-in.

Blue Haven Resort

Pine Cay

On Pine Cay, an 800-acre private island, this Relais & Châteaux offers just 11 oceanfront rooms, two oceanfront cottages and eight rental villas. Several activities are included, as well as daily gourmet meals. Drinks are available at an additional cost. The restaurant-bar has a relaxed atmosphere, with terrace tables and picnic baskets.

Guests can enjoy an outdoor pool, tennis court and a variety of water sports. With a Balinese spa for relaxation, breathtaking sunsets over the Caribbean Sea and a strong sensitivity to environmental preservation, Pine Cay offers a unique experience where guests can immerse themselves throughout the island and enjoy this natural oasis.

Organize your trip to the Turks and Caicos Islands with points

Homes & Villas by Marriott Bonvoy

While on vacation in the Turks and Caicos Islands, you could also consider renting a villa, for example via Homes & Villas by Marriott Bonvoy, which offers personalized service. It usually includes :

  • A cleaning service on request;
  • Guaranteed high-speed Wi-Fi;
  • Quality furniture;
  • Accessories for children on request (high chair, cot);
  • 24/7 support.

Marriott Bonvoy points can be used to book properties on the Homes & Villas website. In the Turks and Caicos Islands you’ll find condos, vacation homes and villas in various price ranges.

Photo Homes & Villas by Marriott Bonvoy

Small condo near the beach for 55 000 points per night to a luxury villa with concierge services at 330 000 points, you’ll find a property to suit your taste and budget. Many reasonable options range from 120 000and 180 000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night.


If you don’t have enough points, you can still pay in cash and add your Marriott Bonvoy membership number at the time of booking. You’ll earn 5 points per U.S. dollar on your stay and Elite nights as usual with member hotels.

If you are a Marriott BonvoyMD American ExpressMD* Cardholder and pay for your accommodation with it, you’ll earn 5 extra points per Canadian dollar! This will top up your Marriott Bonvoy points balance for your next vacation.

Save on flights with Aeroplan

In winter, Air Canada operates several flights a week between Montreal and Providenciales, the country’s main airport. If you are a bit flexible on dates, you can find a one-way direct flight for 12 000Aeroplan points and 80 $ in taxes.

Air Canada providenciales

When you sign up for the TDMD AeroplanMD Visa Infinite* Card, the welcome bonus alone can cover a round trip for two to the TurquoiseIslands!

Save with flexible reward points

Many flexible rewards programs offer you the option of converting your points into statement credit and applying them to travel expenses charged to your card. Popular flexible programs include :

All our best tips for saving on your next all-inclusive vacation can be found in this article:

Things to see and do in the Turks and Caicos Islands

Among the most popular activities on the Turquoise Islands are scuba diving, snorkeling, whale watching and sea excursions.

Let yourself be tempted by our suggestions:

Don’t miss :

Grace Bay Beach

Considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Grace Bay Beach on the island of Providenciales is famous for its powdery white sand and crystal-clear turquoise waters.

Grace Bay, Providenciales – Unsplash

Chalk Sound National Park

Also on the island of Providenciales, this national park boasts a spectacular lagoon, dotted with small limestone islands and lush vegetation. It’s an ideal spot for photography and water sports.

Chalk Sound National Park – Tim Sackton

Princess Alexandra National Marine Park

Princess Alexandra National Park is home to coral reefs and a variety of marine life. It’s a paradise for scuba diving and snorkeling enthusiasts.

Princess Alexandra national park

Mudjin Harbour

This picturesque beach on Middle Caicos Island is surrounded by limestone cliffs and blue waters, the perfect place for leisurely strolls and panoramic views.

Mudjin Harbour

Gibbs Cay

On this small desert island near Grand Turk Island, you can swim with stingrays.

Gibbs Cay – Visit Turks & Caicos

Conch Bar Caves

On the island of Middle Caicos, there are hidden limestone caves, a fascinating site for lovers of caving and underground exploration.

Conch Bar Caves – Visit Turks & Caicos

See also:

  • Leeward Beach (Providenciales Island), another magnificent beach;
  • North Caicos, a less-frequented island with pristine landscapes ;
  • Salt Cay, a small, unspoiled island with a rich history of the salt industry, deserted beaches and excellent whale-watching opportunities during migration season.
Leeward Beach

Bottom Line

The Turks and Caicos Islands destination offers an abundance of natural beauty. You’ll be able to explore dream beaches, discover spectacular coral reefs, swim with aquatic creatures and enjoy the warm hospitality of the locals, and why not, while enjoying the practical all-inclusive formula.

Turks and Caicos Islands – Unsplash

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Marjorie has three passions in life: writing, travel and the world of wellness. The last decade has been full of exploration for her! Her travels have taken her all over the world, from Central America to Asia, Europe and Africa. This former travel consultant loves to inspire us and share her best discoveries. She is also the author of several novels and guides.

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