- On-site waterpark
- Offers kid-friendly and adult-only activity options
A fun-filled vacation at a large, all-inclusive resort with activities and food options sure to fit tastes of all ages.
Whether you want to chill out or pack your schedule full of activities, there’s something for everyone at Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Village. Grab a chair beachside or next to one of the six pools. For more excitement, hit up the water park, go paddle boarding or try windsurfing right off shore. When parents need a break, drop the little ones off at Kids Camp and the teens at Club Liquid before hitting Red Lane Spa for an afternoon of relaxation.
The Beaches resort offers a whomping 22 dining options with just about every style of cuisine and atmosphere that you can imagine. Watch your meal be created from scratch at the Japanese steakhouse Kimonos, or enjoy an exotic fine-dining experience at Sapodillas. Italian cuisine fans are sure to love Marios, but if you’re craving Tex-Mex, try Arizona’s. There are also multiple snack options at the waterpark’s many food trucks.
The Turks and Caicos resort is broken down into five areas: Caribbean, French, Key West, Seaside and Italian. Dubbed as “villages”, each section’s accommodations are inspired by its specific theme. The Carribean and Seaside villages offer lush, tropical landscaping and seaside views with convenient access to the beach. While the French and Italian villages provide a fun, European vibe, the Key West Village is casual and laid-back.
Regardless of the village, there are three levels of accommodations. Luxury Level rooms are available with pool or garden views and fitted with a private balcony or patio. Oceanfront locations and beach views are available on the Concierge Level, which offers suites ranging from one to three bedrooms. For the ultimate experience of luxury, the villas with private service in the Butler Level are the way to go.
While you never actually have to leave the resort, there’s plenty of fun to be had in Turks and Caicos. There are a variety of boat excursions available, including diving, snorkeling and sightseeing. Book a boat to get up close and personal with Provo’s aquatic life, or take a trip up to Iguana Island for a picnic and hike.
No trip to Turks and Caicos is complete without trying out local eateries. Start your island adventure off right with a stop by Caicos Bakery for delicious pastries. Coco Bistro is one of the most popular dinner spots, offering a gourmet dining experience of seafood and grill options. For a relaxed dinner, grab a plate of mac and cheese balls or tandoori skewers at nearby Cocovan.