Here's a list of our most common frequently asked questions. If you have any questions, just get in touch with us and we'll be happy to help.
We opened our doors in late 2011. Our offices are located in central Grace Bay at the Ports of Call shopping plaza.
Not only are we a booking agent, we also manage our properties. Any questions about amenities, property features, pricing, specials and discounts are all directed and answered by us.
We’re also the largest property management company in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
By booking direct, you’ll pay the lowest possible price and get better and more direct service. You’ll be able to contact us directly, on island, with any questions.
The Turks and Caicos are two island groups: the Turks Islands of Grand Turk and Salt Cay, and the Caicos Islands of West Caicos, Providenciales, North Caicos, Middle Caicos, South Caicos and East Caicos.
Providenciales is the most populated island and the main tourism island, and is where Island Escapes and our portfolio of villas is located.
About 39,000 (2018 estimate).
A boat cruise to the Caicos Cays, including Little Water Cay and Half Moon Bay, is the most popular activity among tourists.
There isn’t a whole lot of nightlife on Providenciales. The Grace Bay strip has a several bars and lounges. Some places, such as Danny Buoy’s have karaoke on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Other restaurants feature live music on certain days of the week.
Nearly all tourist oriented shopping is located in central Grace Bay, and the main areas are Ports of Call (our home), Saltmills Plaza, and the Regent Village.
You can drink the tap water, but we don’t recommend it. It’s fine to use it for brushing teeth, etc.
The main fish monger is Provo Seafood in Five Cays (near Bugaloo’s). In addition, the Downtown area of Providenciales typically has street vendors selling fishing.
We like Crackpot Kitchen, headed by Chef Nik. They’re right next door to us at Ports of Call.
Simone’s in Turtle Cove is our preferred choice.
On average, the Turks and Caicos has 43 days of rainfall per year. See this article for more information.
The average ocean water temperature is approximately 80 F (26.6 C). It varies by around a degree year round.
The main airport in the country, and the only airport with international arrivals, is the Providenciales International Airport (PLS). All flights land here on Providenciales.
We use North American plugs and our voltage is 120v—same as the United States and Canada.
If you are coming from Europe or South America, you’ll need a simple plug adapter. Note that items such as hair dryers and curlers from 220v countries won’t work.
Yes, we recommend that our guests rent a car for their stay. Taxis can be expensive, and there is no public transportation option.
Most tourists seem to adjust quickly to driving on island. The main difference is we drive on the left. Maximum spend limit is 40 MPH (65 KPH).
No, there are no rideshare services on Providenciales.