Turks and Caicos Islands
The Turks and Caicos Islands is an upscale Caribbean destination, with miles of pristine beach, spectacular coral reefs, crystal clear seas and tropical wilderness. The TCI boasts a small but vibrant open economy that operates from a strategic position on the north side of the Caribbean islands with easy access from multiple airlines. The Islands' economy depends largely on tourism and the offshore finance industry and as a British Crown Colony, TCI is politically and socially stable. The country enjoys year-round sunshine with a prevailing easterly breeze from the Atlantic tradewinds. The temperature on the islands ranges between 65 F in December and 95 F in June. The TCI is the fastest growing travel destination in the Caribbean with an average growth rate of 9% per annum over the past six years (2020 excepted). Arrivals from North America represent 80% of the total, with growth noticed in the European market.