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Escape Winter With A Turks And Caicos Vacation

Escape Winter With a Turks and Caicos Vacation

The weeks following New Year’s Day can feel like a great big post-holiday hangover, and having few things to look forward to until summertime arrives, explains why many visitors choose to escape winter doldrums with a Turks and Caicos vacation.

Why Choose January Through April for a Turks and Caicos Vacation? 

January through April is considered peak season in Turks and Caicos, and for good reason: perfect weather, relatively low humidity, warm coastal waters, prime whale watching and plenty of things to experience and explore makes it an ideal time to visit. For example:

Comfortable Climate

Being relatively close to the equator means the weather in Turks and Caicos remains warm, regardless of the season, with temperatures resting somewhere between the low and high 80s Fahrenheit year-round. 

During the months of January through April, the temperature in Turks and Caicos typically rests in the low 80s Fahrenheit and with relatively lower humidity, less showers and warmer beach waters to enjoy, resulting in ideal conditions for the perfect vacation!

A Whale of a Love Story

From late December through early March, humpback whales migrate to the warm, Caribbean waters of Turks and Caicos to mate, give birth and prepare their young for the long voyage back to colder tides. The influx of whales offers excellent whale watching opportunities that bring you up close and personal with one of the ocean’s most majestic and gentle giants. You may even see a proud humpback mama with her calf. 

More to Do

Taking a Turks and Caicos vacation during peak season has its perks, including more things to see and do while you’re here. During peak season, all tourism-related services are up and running to the hilt, meaning more choices between charters and excursions, more places to eat, and plenty of events and activities to partake in.

Ideal Beach Conditions

It almost goes without saying that one of the primary reasons visitors choose a Turks and Caicos vacation is for our idyllic beaches. Picture powdery, white sand graced by long stretches of comfortably warm and shallow waters to enjoy wading in. The gentle trade winds and relatively lower humidity in January through April results in ideal conditions for beachgoers and watersports including prime conditions on the southside of Providenciales, Turks and Caicos for Kiteboarding. 

Fun Events

Visitors to Providenciales who take their Turks and Caicos vacation in January through April, have the unique opportunity to partake in the fun and festivities of seasonal events and fundraisers such as the Annual Chocolate Lovers Showcase on February 1 and the Annual Wine Cellar Golf and Fishing Tournament on March 5th – 8th. 

Stay at The Venetian on Grace Bay and Save

Summer Vacation Accommodations

Situated on the best beach in Providenciales (and voted one of the best beaches in the world), every suite at the Venetian on Grace Bay features a full-sized and equipped, gourmet kitchen, a laundry room equipped with a washer and dryer, spacious sitting areas and a screened-in porch that overlooks the white sands and turquoise waters of Grace Bay Beach. 

Plus, the Venetian places you within a short 5-minute minute drive away from the island’s best shopping, dining, spas and activities. 

You can choose between 1, 2 and 3 bedroom suites and enjoy all the comforts of home during your stay with us. 

To make things even better, you can save up to 40% on all room types when you take advantage of one of our seasonal promotions.  

Book now or contact us today to learn more. You’re going to love it here!

the Venetian on Grace Bay

If you’re looking for a lovely Caribbean resort Turks and Caicos has many worth visiting. We invite you to experience the Venetian on Grace Bay. Contact us for more information about current rates and promotions.

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