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Turks and Caicos - Have Your Dream Wedding in Paradise



When you contact Marry On The Beach, our travel and wedding planner will take responsibility for all your wedding arrangements in Turks and Caicos - like accommodations for you, your bridal party and guests, the marriage ceremony, your wedding reception, music, food and flowers for the wedding, the makeup artist and hairdresser, the photography arrangements for the wedding and even the marriage license process. Whether you want a legal wedding or a renewal of vows, you will be provided with all the important information of what you can expect from Marry On The Beach in making your wedding dreams and your honeymoon become a reality.

The Turks & Caicos Islands are two islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, southeast of the Bahamas. The islands were part of the United Kingdom’s Jamaican colony until 1959, when they assumed the title of a separate crown colony. Although independence was agreed upon for 1982, the policy was reversed and the islands are presently a British overseas territory. The beaches rank with the Caribbean’s best. The Turks & Caicos’ primary appeal is its status as a mostly undiscovered and not overly developed tourism destination.

The islands have a total land area of 430 square miles.

The Turks Islands are separated from the Caicos Islands by Turks Island Passage, which is more than 200 ft deep. The islands form a chain that stretches north–south. The 2012 Census population was 4,939 on the two main islands, the only inhabited islands of the group:

  • Grand Turk with the capital of the territory, area 6.71 square miles, population 4,831
  • Salt Cay area 2.60 sq miles, population 108

Together with nearby islands, all on Turks Bank, those two main islands form the two of the six administrative districts of the territory that fall within the Turks Islands. Turks Bank, which is smaller than Caicos Bank, has a total area of about 125 square miles

Providenciales is the main tourism city although not the capital (which is Grand Turk). It features a handful of attractions including the Provo Golf Club, the island’s only 18-hole championship course, site of the 1999 and 2009 Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships. There are also various operators offering dive tours at reefs across the island. Travelers can also rent a boat for a full- or half-day, or enjoy virtually every form of water sports, from parasailing to sail boarding. Picnics on exclusive private beaches can be arranged and there are multiple spots for snorkeling amongst the island’s exotic fish and coral. The Turks & Caicos has one of the world’s longest coral reefs, making it a premier dive destination.

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Horseback riding and kite boarding are other available activities; visitors can take in the Caicos Conch Farm to learn about the life cycle of the conch, an unofficial island symbol. Fishing excursions are also available. The Turk & Caicos has an upscale beachside dining scene, with a wide variety of restaurants including the popular Hemingway’s at the Sands at Grace Bay hotel. Grand Turk attractions include a historic lighthouse, which features a keeper's residence and a kerosene storage building, all built of local limestone blocks. For generations, the lighthouse served as mariners’ sole beacon to avoid the treacherous northeast reef, which extends eastward far out to sea and was responsible for multiple shipwrecks.

The main airport, in Providenciales, is small and at times struggles to keep pace with the recent wave of tourist arrivals. Upon your arrival, we will have your airport transfers taken care of.

Turks & Caicos is arid compared with other Caribbean destinations; the island receives less than 50 inches of rainfall annually and generally lacks the lush landscape found across other Caribbean nations. Still, the islands are consistently favored by sunshine and cooling breezes


All you have to do is to click onto the button below, complete our form with your contact information, the island you intend to hold your wedding in, your budget for the wedding, your desired wedding date, the expected number of guests, how long you intend to stay on island, your expected date of arrival and departure and any special requests you have. Once you provide all this information, you will receive a reply from an assigned Marry On The Beach personal wedding planner. The reply will be within 24 hours and at that time, we will request a telephone conference with you to discuss all of the important feasibility and availability of your wedding requirements. Alternatively, if you wish for a more immediate contact, you can call us at our toll free number at 1- 800-585-9437.

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