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It’s easy to see why the Turks and Caicos, specifically the island of Providenciales (Provo), has been experiencing a “boom” in tourism recently: pristine beaches on Grace Bay; crystal, clear waters in varying shades of blue; and sunsets worthy of an episode on "The Bachelor." An 80-minute flight from Miami, just south of the Bahamas, Provo isn’t the most budget-friendly destination, but I found a few places to sleep, eat and play on the island that looks like your screensaver photo.

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