The Turks and Caicos Islands are a British Overseas Territory located at the Southern end of the Bahamas chain, just a 90-minute flight southeast of Miami. The Turks and Caicos Islands are made up of eight main islands covering approximately 200 square miles as well as many small Cays and Private Islands such as the star studded Parrot Cay. Emerald Cay is located in beautiful Chalk Sound on the South West tip of Providenciales, convenaintly located within a 15 minute drive from the island's International Airport and FBO. The Islands enjoy year-round sunshine, cooled by prevailing trade winds. In the summer months (April to September) temperatures average 87 degrees Farenheit or 31 degrees Celsius. Whilst in the winter months (October to March) they average 77 degrees Farenheit or 25 degrees Celsius. Average rainfall ranges between 25 40 inches, and humidity is a low 60%. The Turks and Caicos Islands have amazing natural assets such as over 200 miles of pristine, powder soft, white-sandy beaches, crystal clear, unpolluted turquoise waters boasting the worlds third largest barrier reef offering some of the planets best SCUBA diving.
In keeping with the islands peaceful and laid-back lifestyle, the Turks and Caicos also boasts one of the lowest crime rates in the Caribbean. If all of this was not enough to draw you to our shores, the Turks and Caicos Islands are a foreign investment and foreign-resident friendly destination, with the complete absence of taxes on personal and corporate income, capital gains, inheritance and property taxes. We have fast become the destination of those in the know. Based on the ownership of a residence in the Turks and Caicos Islands, Permanent Residency for retirees is readily availability allowing you to make this your primary home. All property purchases are guaranteed by the British Crown making your investment extremely secure.
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