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Chart your course to Provo

Traveling to the Turks and Caicos Islands is the first stress-free step to total relaxation. The recently expanded Providenciales International Airport (PLS) is served by several major carriers, including American Airlines, Air Canada, British Airways, Delta, JetBlue, and United and Southwest. Regional airlines can transport you to and from neighboring Grand Turk Island (GDT), and other Caribbean islands such as the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Nassau with Cuba recently added to the many destinations.

Direct flights depart daily from Miami and New York, the latter a mere three hour flight away – one can have breakfast in New York and lunch by the beach in your own villa! There are also flights several times a week from other major North American cities, including Fort Lauderdale, Atlanta, Chicago, Charlotte, Boston, Dallas, Montreal and Toronto.

Map of flight paths to Turks and Caicos

As part of your VIP experience, you will be greeted at the airport by a Beach Enclave representative, who will provide a complimentary private transfer to your villa. There will be a signature drink waiting for you on arrival, as well as a welcome pack and grocery provisions.

Entry Requirements

All visitors to the Turks and Caicos Islands must hold a round trip ticket, and are allowed to stay for up to 90 days in a single trip. United States citizens do not require a visa to enter the country, but must present a valid passport. Additional details on entry guidelines can be found on the .

Getting Around Grace Bay and Beyond

Rental car agencies are available on arrival at the Providenciales airport. Compact cars, full-size sedans, minivans, SUVs, and Jeeps also available. Our concierge will arrange for taxi or rental car, during your stay or ahead of time. Available to you as part of your Beach Enclave experience, Beach Enclave can arrange for car pick-up and drop-off on property.

To rent a car, all you need is a valid driver’s license, a passport and credit card. Being a British territory vehicles are driven on the left hand side of the road.