Turks & Caicos
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Getting There:
This is a small country with big-time airline service, primarily into Provodenciales, the tourist hub. American Airlines ( www.aa.com ) has daily flights from Miami, British Airways (www.ba.com ) comes in once a week from Heathrow. American Airlines also offers weekly flights from New York and Boston. US Airways (www.usair.com ) flies regularly from its hub in Charlotte, NC, the number of flights more frequent during the winter months. In addition, Bahamas Air flies in from Nassau and Air Jamaica Express from Montego Bay.

Getting Around: Rental cars are readily available on Provo and to a lesser extent on Grand Turk. Both islands are very easy to drive around. Taxis are plentiful on Provo for dinner, island tours, etc. Island hopping is done mostly by air, including InterIsland, Sky King and Turks and Caicos Airways.

Where To Stay: Turks and Caicos has every type of hotel is available, from super exclusive to all inclusive, from small inns and guesthouses to full facility resorts. Where you stay is likely to be based on what you want to do: have complete privacy, play golf, go diving, go exploring. Provo has the greatest variety of resorts but not the most exclusive. Those are at nearby Parrot Cay and Pine Cay.

Snakes and Other Venomous Creatures: None.

Safety & Health Warnings : Increased construction has brought in more workers from other islands, which unfortunately increased the previously non-existent crime rate. Pay attention after dark and to what you leave in a parked car.

For More Information: Web site www.turksandcaicostourism.com

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