Turks & Caicos, Turks & Caicos
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The main draw to the islands is the year-round good weather. High season runs from January through to March, and off-season rates can be as much as 40 per cent less. Avoid June to October, though, unless you like sunbathing during hurricane season.
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PlanesThe islands’ main international hub is on Providenciales, which is well-served with regular flights from the UK, the US and Canada. There are smaller (by which we mean ‘tiny’) airports dotted elsewhere around the archipelago.
TrainsThere is no rail network in the Turks & Caicos.
AutomobilesIf you want to get a real feel for the islands, then hiring a car is absolutely essential. Make sure you ask for one with air-conditioning. Taxis, however, are inexpensive and plentiful.