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Turks and Caicos Car Rentals & Travel Guide

Fiji and Bora Bora don’t have a patent on turquoise water, and Turks and Caicos is here to prove it. This chain of 40 islands in the Caribbean is a trove of scuba dive spots, coral reefs, and beaches so white you may find yourself squinting at the glare. Ready for a dose of vitamin D? Flights to Turks and Caicos only take about 90 minutes from Miami, making this island getaway an easy jaunt from the southern U.S.

Explore Island Life

Most people visit Turks and Caicos via Providenciales International Airport (PLS), which is just under 2 miles from the nearest beach. Of course, your journey to Turks and Caicos may take you to another island. Fortunately, inter-island ferries operate every day. While many travelers opt for private cars and taxis at their final destination, you may find that a car rental in Turks and Caicos is the best way to get from beach to beach at your leisure. After you settle in, grab your swim fins and snorkel mask, because exploring the coral reefs just below the surface is one of the best ways to pass time here. Of course, the fine dining and one-of-a-kind Caicos Conch Farm also make good additions to any travel itinerary. No matter what you decide to do, Turks and Caicos hotels on the water are a gateway to your favorite activities.

Travel in Style

A Turks and Caicos car rental makes it easy to get from Grace Bay Beach to your dinner reservation in time. Thanks to the cheap rates on Travelocity, you won’t feel guilty about reserving your own set of wheels, either. Go ahead, use the cash you save on a private fishing charter or bottle of champagne at your hotel. What are you waiting for? Snag a great deal on rental cars in Turks and Caicos right now!

How Much Does it Cost to Rent a Car in Turks and Caicos?

The cheapest car rentals in Turks and Caicos found within the past 7 days were per day. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.