The Top 5 Places to Grab Drinks in the Turks & Caicos
You’re on vacation. Time to hit the nightlife – Caribbean style. Ocean-front views, stunning sunsets, tiki torches, Caribbean-inspired tapas and fruity cocktails await on your night of fun and slightly drunken revelry.
1. Magnolia Even the highly-regarded Fodor’s recommends Magnolia, not only as…Read more
Many of our callers and guests ask about what’s it really like to live with with a family on an island with a population of about 18,000 (32,000 in the entire country!).
Common questions I get quite often:
What do you guys do there? Where do the kids go to school? Is there university?…Read more
Every Thursday evening, from around 6 pm, visitors to our islands head over to the Kids’ Bight Part (right next to the Gansevoort hotel) to take in some local vibes.
We’re talking crafts, souvenirs (tee’s, conch shell, conch art and such), local music and local food (peas and rice, jerk chicken, mac and cheese, and so…Read more
Full day private charter for adventure and fun
Our guests are always blown away with this full day catered private charter to remote cays. Here lie some hidden treasures (which can be calm and exciting all at the same time). Seemingly endless turquoise waters suddenly give way to some beautiful cays and beaches that provide…Read more
When booking vacations here in the Turks and Caicos Islands, I frequently am asked about what the best Providenciales beaches are. Since I am passionate about this area, I am more than happy to run at the mouth and tell people of the many truly incredible beaches we have down here. And because this question seems to be of interest to so many, I have decided to jot down a list of the Top 5 beaches you will find in Provo, and generally what each is notable for.
Nestled in Five Cays Settlement on the south shore of Providenciales, miles away from the tourist hub of Grace Bay, is a pastel pink-and-blue outdoor eatery known as Bugaloo’s.
Although the restaurant known for its fresh conch dishes and sublime location at the edge of the turquoise sea only opened in November 2012, the name…Read more
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
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
Travelling with younger kids always poses a number of questions when visiting a new place. Will they have the right food, should I bring our car seat, are there things for our child to do?
Turks and Caicos resorts tend to be very family friendly and make travelling with young children easy. Whether you need…Read more
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