A Turks and Caicos Islands Passport. The Turks and Caicos Islands is not a sovereign country, and thus share a common nationality (British Overseas Territories Citizenship) with the 13 other British Overseas Territories.
All visitors and residents require a passport to enter the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Requirements for visitors
On arrival in the Turks and Caicos Islands, you must show a valid passport. You must also have a valid onward or return ticket.
Some US states and Canadian provinces issue enhanced drivers licences (EDLs) which include the bearer's nationality. These may be able to be used in some circumstances for entry (by some cruise lines, for example), but we highly recommend you travel with a valid passport. For example, if you miss your cruise ship you will be unable to fly home with an EDL, and there is no American (or Canadian) embassy or consulate in the country.
Travelling with pets
The Turks and Caicos Islands Government has recently adopted some strict rules on the importation of animals. See
Travelling with Pets for more information.