The stunning and peaceful Turks Islands

Today we embark on an adventure that recalls the golden days of summer, heading towards the paradise known as  the Turks Islands. As part of one of the major tourist attractions in the British colonies, we find the stunning and peaceful Turks a resort consisting of 30 islands in total, each uniquely beautiful but with a common denominator. We are referring to the tropical mysticism printed by the Bahamas, a landscape that fully merges the bright blue sky with the turquoise colors of the waters that flow up to the exotic beaches.

Aerial shot of Turks Islands

Aerial shot of Turks Islands

Turks Islands Beach

Turks Islands Beach

Governor Beach

Governor Beach

Usually, the Turks enjoy a fairly privileged climate all year round which makes them a very accessible destination for tourist enjoying holidays in different seasons. During most of the time, the Turks keep a low level of precipitation with a quite pleasing climate, the ground is almost dry, the green vegetation consists of low lying bushes and if you venture a little to the west side of the coasts you will meet one of the wonders of nature, the Wetlands of the Bahamas.

Grand Turk Island beach

Grand Turk Island beach

Grand Turk Island shore

Grand Turk Island shore

Take note that if you travel to the Turks, the official language of this region is English since these were colonized by the British in the late seventeenth century.

Turks shore

Turks shore

Sunrise over Grand Turk

Sunrise over Grand Turk

Turks Islands photos: lpalmer41, patrick danko, Sandra Carvignesi, Brad Truxell, Charles.

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Categories: Seas and Oceans, What to See, Where and When

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