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It’s Not Too Late to Book a Turks & Caicos Holiday for Fall Season

Posted by Lia on October 28, 2019
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It’s that time of year again — when the temperature starts to drop, leaves turn colorful and crisp, and suddenly the buzzword is “pumpkin.”

For most people, anyway.

If you’re not quite ready to say goodbye to summer, there is a solution. And not only does it involve jetting off to soak in some extra sunshine on the world’s best beaches — it’s also affordable.

In the Turks & Caicos, summer never really ends. We do have our distinct seasons, but it’s subtle — and the temperature rarely dips below 78 degrees F. So it’s no surprise to us that Forbes just published the Top 6 Travel Destinations for Fall 2019, and sure enough our beloved chain of islands made the cut.

What’s the Turks & Caicos like in the fall season?

Well, it’s quiet, for starters. Season picks back up on the islands as the holiday season approaches, but in the preceding months you’re likely to find plenty of beaches that you can have all to yourself. Everyone has their own preference on when to travel, but if you’re looking for a quiet and relaxing time to visit, now is the time to book your flights. Since this season is normally slower, hotels and villas are also generally more affordable as they offer seasonal deals.

This time of year, the weather also shifts ever-so-slightly. It’s still warm, but the temperature drops a few degrees and the breeze picks back up, making your time outdoors more comfortable than you’ll find in the summertime.

Stop stalling, start planning

So what do you say? Ready to book a spontaneous fall trip to the Turks & Caicos? Here’s another incentive: Right now, you can find flights from New York to Providenciales in November for as low as $260, and from Toronto for as low as $330. Does that seal the deal for you? We thought it might. See you soon!

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