There's much to explore in Turks and Caicos, and it's better on a boat: visit pristine beaches in Middle Caicos, see the city of Providenciales, and make sure to relax at Grand Turk Island. Because the water is warm, clear, and inviting, Turks and Caicos is a great place to enjoy your favorite water sports, go snorkeling or just relax on the beach for some much needed relaxation.
One of the best activities for any lover of natural beauty to do in Turks and Caicos is go snorkeling. The Bright Reef and Smith’s Reef are accessible from the beach or from your boat, and your boat captain can also ferry you to more areas with less traffic away from the beaches. Parasailing from your boat is another experience that can’t be missed, or if you’re in the mood for a real adventure, why not try some deep sea fishing? Turks and Caicos offers excellent bone fishing and bill fishing.
One of the first thing that many people do when they come to Turks and Caicos is look for local flavors that they can’t get anywhere else. Have you ever experienced upscale truck food? You’ll want to check out places like Cocovan, and other outdoor venues, where the food is delivered to you from a window – but that doesn’t mean it’s any less amazing! You’ll lounge in a coconut garden while you enjoy unique fusions of Korean, Latin, and Caribbean food. True five-star dining can be found at many of the island’s resorts. The Birdcage is a well-known dining spot that exemplifies the upscale dining options available. Live music is served alongside lobster, barbecue, and more, all while you’re dining at waterfront tables. These restaurants are beautiful enough to frequently host wedding parties, and are known for specialty drinks at night.
Want to take a culinary adventure while in Turks and Caicos? Where to eat becomes an excursion in exotic fare the more you explore. Try Indian food at Regent Village Plaza, where authentic nan, lamb, and tikka masala are worth a taste. And of course, if you love sushi, you can’t miss the island’s exclusive sushi joint, Yoshi’s! Turks and Caicos is known for having a few signature dining options like this, where you won’t find the same thing anywhere else on the island. Want another exclusive dining experience? Try Danny Buoy’s, the only Irish restaurant in this area of the Caribbean. This is a fun place to spend an evening, with slot machines, a great bar, and all the sports you can watch. This is also one of the few places in Turks and Caicos that stays open late, so you’ll have a place to enjoy some fun after dark.
Off the water, there's include gambling at the casinos, relaxing in the luxury spa with a massage and facial, checking out the upscale shopping opportunities, fresh local food, and more. Turks and Caicos has world famous golfing opportunities at the Provo Golf Club, or you can check out the many bars and restaurants that keep you busy all night long! Sports lovers really shouldn’t miss the Provo Golf Club, known as one of the most challenging courses in the Caribbean. It’s a gorgeous area with views that include the inland lakes of the island. You’ll see flamingos splashing away as you get serious about your game. Let the family wander the island or enjoy the water while you enjoy the many amenities here, including a short range, a practice chipping area, tennis courts, a front nine with water features, and a back nine with even more challenges.
One area of the water that you cannot miss is the mangrove wetlands, a unique type of habitat that is home to countless wildlife species. You’ll get a chance to see starfish, sea turtles, sting rays, and even young lemon sharks up close and personal as you float by on your Turks and Caicos boat rental. For an even closer look, go paddle boarding or kayaking in this area, before heading back to your boat to let the breeze carry you away.