As the capital of Turks and Caicos, Grand Turk is not only surrounded by beautiful, quiet beaches, but is rich in colonial history, including historical buildings and monuments.
The Grand Turk Lighthouse is located on the highest point of the island, about twenty minutes by foot from Governor’s Beach. The lighthouse was constructed in…Read more
Just beyond the village of Conch Bar on Middle Caicos, at the end of a short dirt road surrounded by brush, a walkway made of stone and fossilised coral leads to the entrance of the largest above-ground cave system in the Lucayan Archipelago (Bahamas-Turks and Caicos island chain): the Conch Bar Caves.
This winter season, my family and I immensely enjoyed a Turks and Caicos Whale Watching day trip with the gang over at Crystal Sea Adventures in Grand Turk and Salt Cay, these guys are definitely our resident “whale whisperers” right here in our islands.
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8 Important Tips to Remember if you’re considering doing this trip How fun…Read more
When she was 25 years old, Anna Bourne’s life took an unexpected turn. It came in the form of a silk painting.Anna was babysitting for a friend when she noticed a painting of a whimsical underwater scene on display in her friend’s home on Providenciales. Something about it struck her. She found out the name…Read more
In the art of Turks and Caicos bonefishing, the first step is to pinpoint the prey.
Look for shallow water clouded with stirred-up sand, and long, moving shadows. That’s where you’ll find the fleeting bonefish. And that’s when you’ll cast your line.
Bonefish anglers don’t rely on luck, but rather a keen sense of sight…Read more
A whale watching day trip with Crystal Seas Adventures consists of your flight from Provo to Grand Turk or Provo to salt cay, your whale watching trip, lunch at Porter’s Island Thyme in salt cay or Sand bar in Grand Turk, a bit of snorkeling and relaxing on the beach if your flight times…Read more
On my most recent trip over to the capital island of Grand Turk (respect and shoutouts to my GT crew!), I was once again amazed with just how friendly, laid back and relaxing life and living is on that island. When you visit and see the donkeys and horses just roam the streets, you’ll see…Read more
Was high time that the family made its way over to explore some of the outer islands of the Turks & Caicos Islands, so we packed a bag full of snacks and headed to Leeward Marina (at the very end of the Leeward Highway) to catch the TCI Ferry over to North Caicos. The folks…Read more
Cheshire Hall is one of the key historic attractions on Providenciales. The 200 year-old ruins of this former cotton plantation are striking against a backdrop of modern day Provo, as the island is known locally.
The building ruins have been carefully preserved by the National Trust and offer spectacular views of the island. Standing somber…Read more
Listed among the Turks & Caicos Islands ’ must-see places to visit is Little Water Cay, popularly known as Iguana Island. This 116-acre cay lies just off the eastern end of Providenciales and has two small interior ponds surrounded by an abundance of native plants. It is home to between 2,000 and 3,000 Turks & Caicos Rock Iguanas (Cyclura carinata carinata)….Read more