Time to set your watch to island zone.
When you think about Turks and Caicos you imagine paradise on earth. This is actually true somehow, an archipelago of eight major islands of dozens of small, uninhabited cays comes surrounded by some of the clearest and bluest waters on earth, which lap against the soft-sand shores. It’s a place where the only thing on your to-do list should be: don’t forget your sunscreen.
Turks and Caicos is currently open and welcome travellers, considered one of our guests favourite destination. Ready to plan your visit? Here’s everything you need to know when planning a trip to Turks and Caicos.
Best Time to Visit Turks and Caicos for Good Weather
The weather in Turks and Caicos is good and beautiful almost every day. But there are months that are better than others to visit. You can maximize your chances of a warm, sunny day. The best time to visit Turks and Caicos is between April through June. This is when temperatures peak between 84 degrees Fahrenheit to 87 degrees Fahrenheit and rain stays to a minimum.
Though technically not part of the Caribbean because it is located on the Atlantic Oceans, Turks and Caicos is a popular vacation destination for those seeking relaxation on pristine sandy beaches.
So the best time to travel is during the winter months. The winter months of February, March, and April are the best time to visit Turks and Caicos to get away from the cold winters of the northern regions.
Between these months, you can take advantage of the moderate prices, good weather, and higher chances of hotel availability.
The months leading into spring are also good months. December and January are still great times to visit Turks and Caicos, but this is when the beaches are the most crowded. However, by traveling in February, March, and April, you beat the holiday crowds of families taking advantage of the time off of school in December and January and still get to experience great weather.
You will find fewer crowds throughout the months of September to November due to the hurricane season, which brings rain and high winds. September is the best time to visit Turks and Caicos to avoid the crowds.
But keep in mind September is a tough month with rains and in the middle of the hurricane season considered the worst time to visit Turks and Caicos for a beach vacation is in September or October. Anytime during hurricane season, between June and early December, is a travel time to avoid. June to December is when you will face the highest humidity, the rainiest days, and overcast skies.
While you will find fewer crowds and lower prices between June to early December, you will also find overcast skies and the chances of high winds and heavy rains.
The worst time to visit Turks and Caicos for a beach vacation is in September or October. Anytime during hurricane season, between June and early December, is a travel time to avoid. June to December is when you will face the highest humidity, the rainiest days, and overcast skies.
Don’t Worry About Visas
Travelers visiting Turks and Caicos as a tourist can stay without a visa for up to 90 days. Keep in mind that you do need to hold a valid passport that is not set to expire within six months of your travel dates to visit Turks and Caicos.