What makes Turks and Caicos one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, welcoming more than 200,000 stop-over guests annually? Simple – its 40 islands and cays encourage exploration by land, sea, and air, it boasts an average year-round temperature of 30 degrees, and its crime rate is astronomically low. Turks and Caicos’ archipelago is full of gorgeous cays and diving sites considered to be among the best anywhere. Its barrier reef system – third largest in the world – has tourists flocking to the island chain to sift through the ocean at the globe’s only conch farm or explore the region’s dark caves and historic shipwrecks. Whether you enjoy cruising the island on a Vespa, kite-boarding on one of the white sand beachfronts, or being strapped into a speed boat for an oceanic thrill ride, the islands have something for everyone.
A consortium of Toronto entrepreneurs including Aron Davidson understood the island’s potential nearly two decades ago, strategically investing in a large swath of land in the posh community of Leeward. With a visionary design, magnificent European construction materials, and superior customer service, the group developed the breathtaking Atrium resort.
Tucked away into the Leeward community on the main island of Providenciales (“Provo” to the locals), The Atrium Resort offers tranquil and exclusive getaways with a dose of island hospitality among its luxury and comfort. A leisurely 10-minute drive from the Providenciales International Airport, The Atrium is only minutes away from the glorious Sibonne Beach, Coral Gardens Reefs, Salt Mills Plaza, and the Regent Village Shopping Mall. Its features include the largest outdoor pool on the island, a 24-hour fitness center, and an on-site bakery and café. “If you are looking for quiet, private, modern and luxurious island living,” wrote a Trip Advisor reviewer, “The Atrium is a great choice.”
Bill Daniell of Toronto’s Kaitlin Group first visited the island chain 15 years ago and recently noted it is now booming with property development. “There has been tremendous growth,” Daniell told the Toronto Star. “It uses British law, so title to property is guaranteed. It‘s a safe investment.”
With a population in excess of 31,000 people, Turks and Caicos is a mere three-hour flight from Toronto, just over 1,000 kilometers southeast of Miami. Boasting an average 350 days of sunshine per year, a pristine turquoise ocean and ivory white sandy beaches, a primal landscape with swaying lush green palms, and some of the best diving on the planet, it is easy to see why Turks and Caicos has become a hotbed for the Preferred travel sect.
For more information on The Atrium, please visit theatriumresorttci.com or contact Aron Davidson at firstname.lastname@example.org