Turks and Caicos has not been particularly well-known for its shopping but that is slowly changing. There are no sales or luxury taxes on the islands, so jewelry and perfumes may be cheaper than at home.  Goldsmiths & Jai's in The Regent Village are great places to start for these items. Duty-free shops are found at the airport as well as hotel lobby stores,  American and Canadian residents may buy as many products made in the Caribbean as they like without paying duty taxes. You may want to apply that exemption to a few bottles Turks Head beer from the islands’ only micro-brewery or some Bambarra, the only locally produced rum!

There are four main shopping centers on 'Provo' that offer plenty of souvenirs and clothing: 

The Regent Village is home to a wide array of stores including Philosophy for affordable contemporary clothing & accessories, FOTTAC for the locally produced Bambarra rum & wide range of Bambarra products, Flower Girl for Bahamian made straw hats & accessories, Art Provo for locally produced art & jewelry, Making Waves for original local art & Island Sportique for your sportswear needs.

Saltmills Plaza is where you will find Inter Decor for home furnishing & accessories, Big Blue for beachwear & water sport accessories plus many more stores offering a wide variety of clothing and accessores.

Ports of Call is where you will find Mama's gift shop, Night & Day boutique along with a few more store offering everything from souvenir tee shirts to fun dresses & fashion jewelry.

Caicos Cafe Plaza is where you will find Rumeurs offering imports from Bali from clothing to home furnishings & Goldsmiths duty free with souvenir tee shirts, accessories & a good selection of Cuban & Dominican cigars.

Other high-quality locally made crafts can be found in the form of straw hats, bags, paintings, prints and jewelryin the Middle Caicos Cooperative, Bottle Creek in North Caicos or Daphne’s Native Gift Shop in South Caicos.