After enjoying our stunning sunset views of the Turks & Caicos Islands, the nightlife fun begins..
Tourists flock to the Turks & Caicos for sea, sun and sand, but when the sun goes down and the sands cool off, there’s still plenty to do to make your vacation a memorable one.
Fine dining options abound throughout Providenciales, with just about any kind of cuisine you can desire. Check out our restaurant guide for a complete listing of offerings available.
Try a sunset cruise aboard a sail or yacht charter. There’s nothing more relaxing or romantic than cruising the calm waters of Grace Bay, sipping on a rum punch and swaying to a little reggae or calypso music. Watch for the famous green flash as the sun dips down into the sea, ending another perfect day in a paradise.
There’s a decent live music scene on Providenciales, with local bands appearing at a number of bars restaurants and clubs. TryPorts of Call on a Friday nights or Danny Buoys almost any night for a rocking good time. Many beach front restaurants such as Hemingway’s and Anacaona feature live music certain nights of the week, too, with selections ranging from smooth jazz to our signature rake-n-scrape.
Gansevoort and its hip Bagatelle Restaurant is the newest hot spot on the island with a high energy vibe and bars that rock to the wee hours. On weekends, it’s the place to be with the party going all night long.
Karaoke is also a popular past time, with the hottest ‘idol’ scene taking place on the weekends at TCI Fun Spot (the mini golf course).
You can try your luck with casino gambling in Turks & Caicos, too. Two Las Vegas style casinos – The Player’s Club near Turtle Cove Marina and Casablanca in the Grace Bay area – feature table games, slot machines and even poker tournaments. Both offer hotel guests free shuttle service.
How about checking out the nightlife underwater? Most scuba shops offer regular night dives which offer divers a chance to see a whole different world and set of creatures than what you’ll see during the day. Night dives are fun and safe, and you’ll be amazed at the colors and sea life.