Providenciales Jet Ski Tours
Exciting Jet Ski excursions so prepare for a full day of adventure! It is also one of the best ways to discover our sister islands of North and Middle Caicos. Ride the TCI Ferry to Sandy Point and experience our largest landmass of North Caicos. Then travel across the Caicos Causeway to Middle Caicos and experience the ‘bread basket’ of the TCI.
Buy a day pass for the All Inclusive Beaches Resort
Beaches Resort Villages & Spa is our largest resort and a great place for family fun. It’s an all-inclusive resort, meaning one price includes room, food, drinks and activities. Even if you aren’t staying here you can buy a day pass and enjoy the amenities and attractions – including Sesame Street characters on parade, a giant water park, kids activities and shows, and several restaurants and bars – all for a single entry price.
Look for the submerged cannons by Fort George Cay
The tiny island of Fort George cay, between Pine Cay and Parrot Cay, once had a small British fort in the 1800’s. Because of the high rate of piracy in the area, it was protected by cannons, the remains of which can be found in shallow water just off the north side of the island.
Cruise on a luxury yacht
Treat yourself to a day of luxury on the open seas aboard the 60-foot luxury yacht with all the fixins. Full and half day cruises feature the hospitality of a well trained crew, including special rum drinks and delicious fresh seafood. Let their crew help you explore undiscovered islands and beaches, or even get some scuba diving in, or just relax in ultimate comfort http://www.edenyachtcharters.com
Sore high above the Sea
Get high legally with an exhilarating parasail ride far above our crystal blue waters. Sky Pilot will take you and your friends on the ultimate tour of the islands, from 450 feet up. http://skypilotparasailing.com
Read about the shipwreck Trouvadore
The slave trader Trouvadore hit the reef by East Caicos in 1841 and all of its survivors – slaves being delivered to Cuba – made their way to the island of Middle Caicos where they settled in the village they called Bambarra. They were granted freedom as soon as the touched land since slavery had been abolished years earlier in the UK colony. Many present day Turks Islanders trace their roots back to the survivors of this shipwreck. For more information, go to www.slaveshiptrouvadore.com
Take a Snuba adventure
That’s right – snuba, not scuba. A kid-friendly way to explore the underseas without having to get certified to scuba dive. Ages 8 and up. Great for adults, too, who want to see the world beneath our pristine waters. www.snubaturksandcaicos.com
Learn a little island history at the TCI National Museum
Located on Grand Turk, the museum offers a surprisingly large and interesting collection of artifacts and insights into the history of the islands. Look at the remains of one Columbus’ original ships, wrecked on Molasses Reef off West Caicos. Exhibits from the ancient Lucayan Indian inhabitants, the Bermudian Salt farming era, through to John Glenn’s splashdown in 1962. www.tcmuseum.org
Get up close and personal with a conch
Visit the one and only conch farm, or take a tour of some of the richest conch fishing grounds in the world , it’s sure to be delicious. www.caicosconchfarm.net
Adopt a four legged potcake for a day
What’s a potcake, you ask? They are the friendly dogs who call the islands their home. But many of those lovable island dogs are homeless orphans and need safe homes. Complete adoption services are available through the Potcake Foundation. Or volunteer to be a courier to bring one back for someone else. Take one back to the mainland, or just adopt one for the day to take them on a long beach walk.