Where is Point Grace?

Point Grace majestically adorns the “Point” of Grace Bay, part of the Princess Alexandra National Park  on the pristine northern shore of the island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands. This extraordinary setting provides ultimate exclusivity, privacy and serenity on what has been described by many as the best beach in the world .

Providenciales is one of the 49 islands that comprise the British Overseas Territory of the Turks and Caicos Islands. This caring island community of about 33,000 friendly locals and internationals is located halfway between Florida and Puerto Rico, and only a ninety minute, non-stop jet flight from Miami.

Traveling to Turks and Caicos?

Getting to Point Grace is very easy, you’ll simply fly to Providenciales International Airport (PLS). Point Grace is a short drive to Grace Bay where you’ll be greeted by what Condé Nast describes as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world: Grace Bay.

Private jets are accommodated at Provo Air Center and private yachts find a deep water safe harbour and port of entry at Turtle Cove Marina.
Direct commercial flights to Providenciales include, but are not limited to:

  • New York (3 Hours):  Jet Blue
  • Boston (3 1/2 Hours): American Airlines/US Airways & Jet Blue
  • Miami (75 Minutes): American Airlines/US Airways
  • Newark, New Jersey: United Airlines
  • Atlanta: Delta Airlines
  • Philadelphia: American Airlines/US Airways
  • Charlotte: American Airlines/US Airways
  • Dallas: American Airlines/US Airways
  • London, UK: British Airways
  • Montreal: Air Canada
  • Toronto: Air Canada and WestJet
  • Ottawa: Air Canada
  • Halifax: Air Canada
  • Nassau: Bahamas Air

Please see the Provo Airport Schedule for more information

Are there any Travel Restrictions?

All visitors, including US & Canadian citizens, need a valid passport to enter the country. Proof of onward transportation is required upon entry. In very few cases, persons traveling from certain countries may also require a Visa. Contact the nearest British Consulate Office if you have any doubts as to whether your travel documents are valid.