An adults-only getaway is always fertile ground for an unforgettable experience of new sensations, rediscovered secrets and fresh beginnings. The warm waters and the glistening beaches of Turks and Caicos, always watched over by the hot Caribbean sun in the clear blue skies are an escape into paradise best enjoyed in the arms of your significant other, perhaps even the one you just met in the ideally romantic settings.
Turks and Caicos gets its name not from the nation near the Middle East itself but from the native Turk’s Cap cactus which has flowers that look like a Turkish fez hat and, is fortunately situated in the infinitely more lovely blue-green seas southeast of the Bahamas. There is only a single adults-only resorts on Turks and Caicos but a number of others offer adults-only facilities.
Turkoise Turks and Caicos is run by what is probably the most recognized name in adults-only vacations, Club Med. Their all-inclusive version is spread over almost 300 rooms across a complex of six two-storey bungalows.
Turkoise prides itself on offering one of the widest menus of sports and activities of any resort in the Caribbean. Besides the usual gamut of water sports like scuba diving, snorkeling and windsurfing to explore the pristine water from upon and beneath the waves, there is also horse riding, a flying trapeze and bocce ball to cater to whichever level of adrenaline you feel most comfortable with.
The Wellness Centre has facilities for tandem treatments that facilitate your journey of bonding with your partner in a serene, relaxing ambience conducive to positivity and intimacy.
Three bars and restaurants are located across the property in the areas of highest traffic so you are never far from a refreshing drink or quick snack, and can leap back into the action – or relaxation – at your convenience.
Another premium adults-only experience may be had at the Grace Bay Club Hotel, which is the adults-only section of Grace Bay Club. Comprised exclusively of suites, each of which offers either an oceanfront balcony or patio, the Hotel shares its facilities with the Grace Bay Villa and the Grace Bay Estate, and provides Romance packages and Spa treatment specials that are popular with couples.
Parrot Cay is a resort on a private island which, while not exclusively adults-only, is popular with couples for the level of privacy and seclusion that its layout offers. Parrot Cay focuses on the intimacy experience at the expense of shopping and there is no shortage of activities to indulge in as a couple, or to get to know other couples.
Overall, the adults-only experience is limited to a few spots on Turks and Caicos, but perhaps that limited number of people doing exactly is what you want to do is where the true appeal of Turks and Caicos actually lies.