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Girlfriend Getaways on Turks & Caicos

The weather outside is frightful, but Turks & Caicos is so delightful

Turks & Caicos FreedomTurks & Caicos FreedomWhy are you shoveling the cold white stuff when you could be wiggling your toes in the warm, endlessly seductive, white stuff?

If you're ready to trade your mid-winter sniffles for jungle fever, grab your girlfriends and head to GG's favorite luxurious island escape.


If you're heading south with the girls, consider an upgrade. Sure, you could book individual rooms at a mid-level resort, but you'll have a lot more fun if you bunk together. The Somerset at Grace Bay offers 3, 4 or 5 bedroom penthouses.

It'll be like college, only with your own room, a kitchen that could hold your entire yoga class and a private hot tub big enough for all of you. Rates start at $2000 per night, January to March.


Cozied-up behind the fourth longest barrier reef in the world, Turks & Caicos is a sea lover's dream Kayak, snorkel or scuba dive from dawn till dusk with Big Blue Unlimited

Not a surfer girl? Plant yourself on the beach during the day and spend your evenings sailing, sipping wine and watching the sun set.


Neighboring The Somerset on Grace Bay, The Palms Resort is home to a Mediterranean style oasis of pure indulgence, the Temple Spa.

One of their signature treatments, Zareeba, is available only after 6 pm. It begins with a detoxifying steam bath in a ritualistic chamber. Afterwards your body is wrapped, cooled and finally massaged. We're pretty sure you'll require a ride back to wherever you're staying.

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That picture alone makes me want to get the hell out of this cold weather!

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