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As you glide through the clouds, and the glittering blue waters come into view, you know you're about to begin a great escape. Made up of 40 islands, Turks and Caicos has a lot of unchartered land and sea to explore. Although Providenciales is the most developed island of the 40, there are no major brand businesses. No large coffee chains, nor for the most part, hotel chains. Sorry, points users, your airlines miles may get you to the Turks, but you'll have to shell out a lot more than a few sand dollars you found on the beach for your accommodations. But with endless creamy sand to guide you along Grace Bay beach, Provo feels like a place you can really sink your feet into, forever. Which is why we've vacationed there several times. Nothing more fashionable than a bikini and flip flops are required, as the days are hot and the vibes are relaxed. So stick a straw in a coconut, cut up some fresh watermelon, and meet us in Turks.

We've been dreaming of returning to the island since our last trip there, so when a great flight deal emerged on Jetblue, we hopped on it immediately. Having already been, and dubbing it our favorite Caribbean island, we knew we were bound to have a blissful vacation. There are so many luxurious and splurge-worthy properties to stay in on the famous Grace Bay Beach, such as Leading Hotel of the World's Grace Bay Beach Club, but the one with the most panache is the newly built Shore Club on nearby Long Bay Beach. With high ceilings and an airy lobby, one feels an instant rush of beachside luxury at its finest. Each pool is a glamorous oasis of its own. The suites are beautifully finished and the decor is shore chic. All of the staff members were one step ahead, happy to make each stay as comfortable and effortless as possible. Sitting right on the water, the resort offers postcard quality views of the beach, morning, noon, and night.