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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up on the Turks and Caicos Islands is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It's the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
Celebrated as the home of the world's best beach, the Turks and Caicos Islands are tropical jewels still largely unspoilt, and you can enjoy a relaxing holiday there without the crowds you will find in other destinations nearby. You will also find that these islands are home to some of the region's most spectacular coral reefs. With no public transport in Turks and Caicos, car hire will be necessary for getting around, but you will soon appreciate the freedom that this option gives you to explore this beautiful environment.
Turks and Caicos islanders have made a serious commitment when it comes to preserving the natural state of their homeland, and visitors can reap the rewards. In the sea surrounding the islands you can watch whales, dolphins, and turtles or swim out to the famous 7,000 foot drop-off to gaze at a wall of coral teeming with brightly coloured fish. In the marshes, you can paddle a glass-bottomed kayak along the waterways and watch what is going on beneath you. Underneath Middle Caicos, you can explore the region's largest cave network or head to Long Bay in Providenciales and descend into The Hole, a 40-foot natural well with good swimming at the bottom.
Those who prefer to take life at a gentler pace can enjoy a leisurely game of golf on one of the world's best courses or visit the islands' historic buildings, including the ruins of Cheshire Hall Plantation and the towering Grand Turk Lighthouse, which was shipped (in pieces) all the way from England!
If you want to make a thorough exploration of Turks and Caicos, car rental priorities should include a vehicle with good off-road capability, and you may also want to book ahead to get a right hand drive vehicle, as locals drive on the left but most rental vehicles are imported from North America. Local respect for traffic laws isn't good so you will need to drive cautiously, and you should be aware that the roads flood out at times, especially in late autumn. As the maximum speed limit is 40mph anyway, it is best just to take your time and enjoy the wonders that surround you.