We fly direct to Turks and Caicos twice a week

10 hour flight time

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Flights from London Heathrow (LHR)
Flights from London Heathrow (LHR)
30th October 2024 - 29th March 2025

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Visas and entry requirements

Fully vaccinated*

 

Currently no requirements

 

Not fully vaccinated*

 

Currently no requirements

 

What you need to know

Handy hints to help you hit the ground running in Turks and Caicos.

Local time

GMT -5 hours

Currency

US Dollar $

Language

English, Spanish and Haitian Creole

Electricity

120 volts 60Hz

Plug type A and B

 

 

Local transport

Hiring a car or taking a taxi are the best ways to travel around the island as there is no public transport.

Airport Guides

Before you set off, take a look at our Turks and Caicos International Airport guide.

Turks and Caicos airport guide

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Discover Turks and Caicos

South of the Bahamas, you’ll discover a string of 40 small but beautifully-formed islands. The Turks to the east, including Grand Turk and Salt Cay, and the Caicos to the west, the main one being Providenciales (or Provo to the locals). And for UK holidaymakers, they’re the Caribbean’s best, best kept secret. 

Perched on an underwater plateau rising 11,000 feet from the ocean floor, this tropical archipelago’s fringed by miles of unspoiled barrier reef. Which, combined with pristine beaches and sparkling blue water, makes for the finest snorkelling and diving to be found anywhere in the Caribbean. If you're not a qualified SCUBA diver yet, this is the place to learn, with many experienced local instructors ready to get you PADI Open Water certified in a few days. And once you are, there are countless wall dive sites and sheltered inshore reefs to explore, teeming with rainbow coloured fish, dolphins, rays, sea turtles, coral and more. 

Wildlife above the water line

A biodiverse hotspot that is set to be made a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you’re lucky enough to visit between November and April, take a whale-watching boat trip to see the migrating humpbacks on their way to their feeding grounds in the poles

Grace Bay beach

Grace Bay beach ranks time and again as one of, if not the best in the world. And when you sink your toes into the powder soft white sand and look out into the endless blue, it’s easy to see why.

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Cabins and seats

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Inflight services

Whichever cabin you're travelling in, you'll enjoy exciting inflight entertainment and delicious food and drinks throughout the flight.

 

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