There is much that the Turks and Caicos Islands has to offer potential investors. The islands are diverse, from the main tourist centre of Providenciales to the more tranquil islands of North and Middle Caicos, the historic island of Salt Cay, to the nation’s capital Grand Turk and the fishing mecca South Caicos. Each island offers different experiences for visitors and a different set of opportunities for investors.
Sustainable development, mindful of the natural resources, is the country’s philosophy – yet the business opportunities are as endless as the many miles of beautiful beaches. The Turks and Caicos Islands is located in one of the most idyllic tropical settings in the world offering many incentives to relocate permanently or to establish a second home. The advantages of living and investing in the TCI are as clear as the crystal waters that surround it.
The Turks and Caicos Islands is located in the British West Indies, roughly 575 miles southeast of Miami and 30 miles south of the Bahamas. The cluster of about 40 islands rises off the ocean floor as a limestone plateau called the Caicos Head, creating shallow waters that drop to deep ocean beyond coral reefs. The geology creates diverse marine ecosystems with white sand beaches and waters of such bright blues they are visible from space.