Ready for some time away at one of the beautiful Turks and Caicos all inclusive resorts? It's a beautiful destination with clear water, white sand and as food can be quite pricey on the island, all inclusive is a great way to go!
There are two well-known all inclusive resorts in the Turks and Caicos. But what do we think about them? We've reviewed them below.
On this page you'll also find a number of top resorts especially on spectacular Grace Bay, Turks & Caicos (our article) which also offer all inclusive packages. You can view these on our top Turks and Caicos resorts review.
NOTE: Beaches Resort has stated they will be closed for trading as of 2021. Not a worry though, there remain other all inclusive resorts open on this beautiful island.
Before having a look at the resorts on the island, it can be helpful to have idea of what the island is all about and the area you may want to stay.
Below is a video overview of the area (and warning, it may result in you wanting to go sooner rather than later)!
We've also got a Turks and Caicos FAQ lowering down on this page (or click here).
An all inclusive resort vacation is a pretty cool way to make the most of the ideal beach location that is the Turks and Caicos.
If you like to get a deal, it can also be worth checking out Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Hotel Deals on Hotels.com.
Beaches is one of the premier all inclusive family resorts in the Caribbean and is situated on incredibly pretty and idyllic Grace Bay.
The packages from Beaches are some of the most complete as well with all-inclusive meals, drinks in scores and tons of outlets, water sports, unlimited scuba diving, heaps of activities around the resort, pools, and thousands of acres of water park.
Location: this Turks and Caicos all inclusive resort is on three-miles of soft-sand beach at White House Reef. The International Airport is five miles away.
Amenities: 10 restaurants and bars, swim-up bars, child and teens pools, 24-hour Internet café, health and beauty spa with cold plunge pools, fitness center and exercise classes.
Kids: Pirate's Island features a pool with water slides, a huge spa tub, a wooden pirate ship and a kids' club. There's also a nursery for infants and toddlers with pool games, arts and crafts, and outdoor playground equipment.
Rooms: There are 453 beach section rooms. The French Village rooms have carved four-poster king beds, marble vanities, step-out balconies on upper floors, air-conditioned and ceiling fans.
Past guests have said:
We definitely rate this as one of the best Turks and Caicos all inclusive resorts.
Remember: they are not taking bookings past January 2021 (apparently they've got to work out tax issues on the island and are closing until that's done).
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Resort deals are considered some of the best family all inclusive options in the Caribbean and
has been voted a worlds best with a 45,000 square-foot water park and
dozens of family friendly restaurants.
Use the Beaches link below to find the latest Turks and Caicos deals:
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This is one of the original Turks and Caicos resorts and the first with an all inclusive format. One of the biggest adults only parties on the island remains popular even today and the rooms have been maintained and updated stylishly.
Some of the top attractions of this resort are the miles of beach and organized social activities.
This well known resort brand sports a quality adults and singles resort on Grace Bay.
Facilities are ample and include multiple restaurants, bars, a nightclub, trapeze, pools, watersports, and a complete wellness center.
Most meals are buffet but there is also the inclusion of a grill restaurants as well as most of your drinks. As is the case with many all inclusive resorts, you will pay more for top shelf drinks and specialties.
More information and special offers on Club Med Turks and Caicos Turkoise here on Tripadvisor.
East Bay is located on beautiful long beach location on South Caicos and has some excellent all inclusive packages available. (The resorts all inclusive page.)
This resort will get you enjoying the Turks and Caicos Islands, with meals included at a very desirable price point. Definitely one to consider if you are on a budget (but you won't miss out here).
East Bay Resort has lots of great activities and amenities like kayaking, snorkeling, diving and fishing. It also has mostly beachfront rooms (as you can see above).
This one gets great reviews and is definitely worth a look if you'd like to have a bit more cash left in your wallet.
Click here for more information, latest reviews and to compare prices on East Bay Resort South Caicos from Tripadvisor.
Those are the three Turks and Caicos all inclusive resorts that we fully recommend. There are definitely more resorts worth a look but they're not all inclusive.
To see more resorts in this area, visit the Turks and Caicos Resorts page.
If you'd like to keep looking for all inclusive resorts in the Caribbean, visit our all inclusive Caribbean resorts page.
Is Turks and Caicos safe?
Turks and Caicos is reported to be generally safe. It has a similar crime rate to New York City or Miami.
As a tourist, it's important to take certain precautions like not leaving valuables in a car, not walking around on roads when it gets darker and staying in a resort is safer than a rented villa.
Do you need a passport?
If you're from the USA, UK or Canada, yes you do but you don't need a visa if you're staying less than 90 days. (Be sure to check the latest up to date info on this, don't just take our word for it. Things can change and it's better to know before you arrive at the airport!!!)
For other countries, check out the passport and visa page from the TCI website.
Can you drink the water?
Yes you can drink the tap water but some say it doesn't taste so great.
What language do they speak?
English is spoken on Turks and Caicos.
Which country owns Turks and Caicos?
They are a British territory so Britain / UK / England.
What is the currency?
They use US dollars and you should exchange your currency before arriving on the island.
Are there sharks?
There are a number of different species of sharks in the area but don't worry! There have been only 3 shark attacks there in recorded history and none resulted in death or severe injury.
When should you go?
They have an average of 28C / 82F year round with not too much rain. So it's pretty good all year round. They don't get many hurricanes but that is possible in later summer or hurricane season.
If you're escaping winter, it'll be beautiful!
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