“No matter where you want to go on the island it’s only a short ride away.”
Typically when travelers think of the Caribbean, it’s an arrival by boat. Cruise ships regularly make the rounds through the region's islands. Unfortunately, most of these ships only dock for a single day, and sometimes only a few hours. The small islands lacked the infrastructure to support commercial airlines arriving, and so any flights that did arrive were cost prohibitive. That however has now changed. Regular commercial flights come and go from most of the Caribbean islands including the Turks and Caicos.