Why Go: Providenciales (“Provo”) is the most developed and accessible of the some 47 islands of Turks and Caicos. Here’s what awaits you: white-sand beaches, coral reefs, amazing aquatic life, small cays, and turquoise water.
What to Do: If you stay at Beaches Turks and Caicos, your family has access to a 45,000-square-foot water park, which includes a surf simulator, lazy rivers, and water slides. See also: a kids camp and unlimited scuba diving.
Where to stay: A stay at the all-inclusive Beaches resort means you have access to 22 restaurants, including a 1950's-style American diner (which serves cotton candy!) and Café de Paris, which has a 17th-century ambiance.