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  • Bella Bay: Caribbean real estate investment opportunity

    Picture yourself on a white sand beach surrounded by rolling green hills, staring out at warm, aqua Caribbean water – from your living room. You can own a home at Roatan’s Bella Bay Estates, a Masterplanned, net-zero community designed by award-winning Calgary architect Dan Jenkins. The development offers 100% ownership on titled land with the […]

  • Turks and Caicos living: how to be an expat on Provo

    TCI are a little-known territory floating on the Caribbean. This chain of white sand cays and islands have escaped the large real estate developments and hordes of tourists, making the territory a pleasant place to reside. Turks and Caicos living is the Caribbean at its best. But trying to figure out how to move to […]

  • Mardi Gras is the perfect winter Caribbean events

    If you’searching for things to do in the Caribbean, but are afraid January is going to be too quiet, never fear! Mardi Gras is in full swing. From January until April, in villages and towns all over the Caribbean host Mardis Gras, a festival that mixes delicious food, uniquely local music and local crafts, plenty […]

  • Why choose Caribbean real estate?

    Two island chains make up the Turks and Caicos, which are separated by the Caicos Passage from the Bahamas. Eight main islands and 20 smaller islands are surrounded by 130 miles of tranquil beaches that are perfect for swimming. Home to one of the largest coral reefs in the world, the Islands are safe and […]

  • History of the Turks and Caicos

    The two Caribbean island chains that make up the Turks and Caicos Islands are just under 100 kilometers from Miami and the US mainland. The Caicos Passage separates this Commonwealth country from the Bahamas island chain. The Arawak people and then the Carib were the first indigenous inhabitants of the Turks and Caicos, and reached […]

  • Facts about the Turks and Caicos

    Turks and Caicos consists of more than forty small islands ten are inhabited by a small full-time population of 30,000 residents. English is the spoken language The US dollar is the official currency There are plenty of ATMs in different locations around the islands (the inhabited parts at least!) Travelers checks are accepted at restaurants, […]