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Grand Turk by ShoreTrips

Grand Turk is the capital island of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Grand Turk has made headlines time and time again as one of the most magnificent beaches in the world. Need to defrost a little after a long winter season? Start planning your getaway to this remarkably beautiful island! Use the article below in your own newsletters and on your websites, compliments of ShoreTrips!

60-Second Geography

Grand Turk Island

  • Grand Turk is located in the Atlantic Ocean about 550 miles off the coast of Miami. On a plane, Grand Turk is a mere hour ride from Miami and two hour ride from New York.

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  • Grand Turk is an ideal spot for divers. The crystal clear waters and multitude of scuba and snorkeling operators make the trip to their protected coral reef a highly frequented activity. The reef drops nearly 8,000 feet and is close enough to the shore for beach dives.
  • The history of Grand Turk is fascinating. Christopher Columbus first made landfall on this beach during his quest to the New World in 1492.
  • The area of Cockburn Town is Grand Turk’s historic epicenter. It boasts quaint inns and is suitable for walking tours of the 18th and 19th century architecture.
  • The beaches are some of the most beautiful in the entire world The turquoise waters and quiet beaches make them an ideal location for a serene getaway.

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  • The Turks and Caicos National Museum, located on Grand Turk, is rich in the history of Christopher Columbus and his time spent on the island.
  • The people of Grand Turk are a very relaxed mix of people, proud of their past and welcome visitors with open arms to explore their island.
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  • You can swim with stingrays and all other kinds of marine life if you decide to snorkel in these clear waters. There is no shortage of beautiful things to see.
  • Visit the beautiful and historic Lighthouse built by the British in 1852. This lighthouse today still guards the northern tip of Grand Turk.


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