Planning Family Reunions in the Turks and Caicos

family-reunion Multi-generational travel has become very popular here in recent years, especially here in the Turks and Caicos. Our Caribbean paradise offers a variety of places to stay and things to do for an extended family.

And the best thing? Providenciales and Grace Bay Beach is just a direct flight away from many North American cities.

What is Multi-Generational Travel?

Multi-generational travel is taking a vacation with the family—the whole family.

Grandparents meet up with their grown kids who also bring along their kids. All three generations book rooms together at the same resort, and enjoy a warm, sunny vacation.

It’s a great way to reconnect and to make lasting family memories, especially here on beautiful Grace Bay, the best beach in the world.

While extended families often travel to resorts here on Provo to celebrate special occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries, everyone just loves to come here to experience a laid-back way of life where everyone can spend quality time together.

TIP!  Many of our resorts have a nice mix of studios (open concept rooms with kitchenettes) to one-two-three and even four bedroom suites.  That means that a larger family can consider staying in a large suite where everyone can hang in the living/dining area and balcony, yet still have all of the resort amenities that make the vacation so special (restaurant, spa, pool, bar, fitness center, etc).  Examples of these would be The Residences and Dunes private residences and the larger suites at the Estates and Villas section of Grace Bay Club, the stunning 5 bedroom oceanfront penthouse suite at The Somerset on Grace Bay, the 4 bedroom oceanfront penthouse suite at Alexandra Resort All Inclusive, and so many others including Point Grace, Seven Stars, West Bay Club, Shore Club and The Palms Resort.

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