The Turks and Caicos is a small country, and transport options are limited when compared to many other destinations. There’s no bus or train service here, and for visitors, the options for getting around are mainly limited to the Conch Cab ride-hailing service, rental cars, a private car service, or a taxi.
Conch Cab is the foremost ride-hailing service in the Turks and Caicos, and features an easy-to-use website, great rates, live car tracking, and safe and comfortable rides. Conch Cabs are easy to spot, with their signature giant conch shell and unique styling.
Rides are hailed via the conch.cab website on a mobile device, and there’s no app to install. Fares are shown prior to rides being booked. Rates are based on zones, with the best fares available in central Grace Bay.
Conch Cabs are not taxis, and operate sedan cars rather than the large passenger vans that taxis use.
Due to government restrictions on the Community Cab class of transportation licenses, Conch Cabs are not available at the Providenciales International Airport.