Turks and Caicos
Private jet charter and flights to Turks and Caicos
The Caribbean’s hidden gem offers unspoilt beaches, world-class diving and incredible whale-watching opportunities. Get a fast quote from Air Charter Service to charter a private jet to Turks and Caicos.
The archipelago’s lively gateway island, Providenciales (or ‘Provo’, as it’s affectionately known), is its most densely populated and home to the best nightlife. Its glorious powdery beaches include the glamorous Grace Bay, an idyllic seven-mile stretch lined with luxurious hotels, upscale shops and gourmet restaurants, where visitors can indulge in endless watersports in the sparkling ocean. Provo’s north coast is a snorkeller’s paradise, with its 14-mile barrier reef – the world’s third-largest after Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and the Belize Barrier Reef – and famous underwater sites including Smith’s Reef and Bight Reef.
For a dose of culture back on terra firma, explore local arts and crafts at Provo’s Bamboo Gallery or head over to capital city Cockburn Town on Grand Turk, which is steeped in old-world charm and offers a fascinating glimpse into the islands’ history. Step back in time as you stroll past colonial British Bermudian architecture while wild donkeys and horses roam freely, or delve further into the past at the National Museum, whose treasures include relics from a 16th-century shipwreck.
Turks and Caicos’ quieter islands make for an unforgettable ‘fly and flop’ escape – think deserted beaches, luxury seafront retreats and an infectiously laidback vibe that quickly dispels the stresses and strains of life back home. Stay in one of the many beachfront luxury retreats and spend your days relaxing on powdery sands, indulging in soothing spa treatments and feasting on sumptuous seafood.
Wildlife enthusiasts are in the right place – along with turtles and dolphins, Turks and Caicos is the setting for an annual humpback whale migration from January to April. The islands of Salt Cay and Grand Turk are unrivalled whale-watching sites, where you can swim with these majestic creatures as they reach the warm Caribbean after journeying from the chillier waters of the northern Atlantic. The islands’ extensive marine wetlands protect an incredible array of marine life including stingrays, starfish and conch, which you can spot during a kayak adventure through the mangrove channels.
Simply contact our team and we’ll arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to Turks and Caicos, landing at Providenciales International Airport.