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Monday,  February 26, 2024 3:22 AM 

Experience Turks and Caicos accepted into Virtuoso network

Experience Turks and Caicos accepted into Virtuoso network
Experience Turks and Caicos has joined Virtuoso. (Supplied)
Pax Global Media

Experience Turks and Caicos has been accepted into Virtuoso’s portfolio of luxury travel partners, according to a press release issued Wednesday (Oct. 4).

According to Racquel Brown, Interim CEO/Change Manager of Experience Turks and Caicos, inclusion in Virtuoso will present new sales and marketing opportunities to the network’s more than 20,000 luxury travel advisors and their highly desirable clientele.

Virtuoso agencies worldwide sell an average of (U.S.) $25–$30 billion annually, making them significant players in luxury travel.

“Securing a position within Virtuoso's esteemed network is a significant acknowledgment of the distinctive quality and luxury that define the Turks and Caicos Islands. Virtuoso is recognized for its high standards and commitment to excellence, aligning well with our dedication to offering unique and enriching experiences,” said Brown. “With this new collaboration, we are thrilled to expose Virtuoso’s extensive network of advisors and their affluent clients to the extraordinary amenities and values inherent to the Turks and Caicos Islands. This partnership propels our visibility on the global stage and further solidifies the Turks and Caicos Islands’ reputation as a premier destination for discerning luxury travelers worldwide.”

The Turks and Caicos Islands currently has eight properties that have met the requirements to become Virtuoso properties. 

They are Amanyara, Beach Enclave, COMO Parrot Cay, Grace Bay Club, The Palms, The Ritz-Carlton, The Shore Club, and Wymara Resort and Villas.  

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