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An Overview of Grand Turk

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

Spending Time On the Water in Turks and Caicos

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Paradise

The beautiful turquoise waters of the Turks and Caicos is just one of the things that makes Provo the world’s top island for planning a vacation.

While many visitors are happy just to relax under the sun on the white powdery sands that ring our islands, the shallow, crystal…Read more

Provo with Kids. By an Island Mom

I get a lot of callers always mentioning traveling with their kids and wondering what to do with them while in Provo. So since we live here with our two sons since they were ages 3 and 5 – I thought I would share our experience.

Of course, there is Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort…Read more

Potcake Place – “Paws for Thought”

As a volunteer dog rescuer, Jane Parker-Rauw has had some bad days. Her worst day came in 2000.

It was a few years before Potcake Place would open as a dog rescue charity on Providenciales, but Jane was already the go-to person on island when it came to homeless potcakes – the mixed-breed dogs found…Read more

The Do’s and Don’ts of Organizing Your Destination Wedding

Turks and Caicos Reservations interviews Meggie Francisco , a Dallas-based wedding planner who has cultivated an international reputation for designing local and destination weddings.

We’ve heard that destination weddings are sometimes cheaper than “conventional weddings” held closer to home. Is this true?

Destination weddings are often more affordable for lots of reasons!

Resorts offer strong wedding…Read more

Exploring the Conch Bar Caves in Middle Caicos

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.

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