This modern, 2-bedroom beachfront villa in Turtle Cove boasts spectacular views of the region’s clear, turquoise waters. Spread out over 1,800 sq.ft., there’s a fold-away glass wall that turns the open-plan great room into a breezy indoor-outdoor living space with the beach just a few steps away. Recline on the sitting area’s sofas and watch the waves lap the shore, or check out your favourite show on the pop-up television.
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For divers, the options here seem endless, with more sites than you could possible explore in one visit. At Grand Turk, the highlight is the almost 2km undersea wall, where visibility often exceeds 30m/100ft.
Blissfully serene and beautifully untouched, this park is located southwest of Provo. A scenic natural lagoon, the water here is shallow and an absolutely brilliant shade of turquoise. No powered watercraft are allowed.
The sounds of drums, whistles, horns and cow bells fill the Grace Bay strip as costumed revelers parade down the road in this traditional celebration that never fails to excite. Fun for all ages, the annual street festival takes place on December 26th and features local music, fireworks and food.
Called “the jewel in the Turks & Caicos crown,” this challenging 18-hole championship course, with a “target-style” layout, is consistently voted within the top 10 in the Caribbean. A must play course for the golf enthusiast.
Discover the beach that’s been called “the world’s best.” Perfect even by Caribbean standards, while there are many hotels, it is long enough that you will find your own little piece of paradise.
Take a sunset cruise from Provo to the shallow waters of the Caicos Bank and watch as thousands of glow worms emit green flashes of light in an amazing display of bioluminescence. This only happens for a few evenings each month, after the full moon.
Between Jan. and Apr. every year, humpback whales migrate to area’s the warm waters and one of the best places to watch them is close to Salt Cay. Using smaller boats, you’ll get a close view, and you may even be able to snorkel with them.
Packed with sea life, this is a great place for snorkelers of all levels. Stingrays, turtles, lobsters and lots of brightly coloured fish will likely swim by during your dive near this underwater sanctuary.
Also known as “Iguana Island”, this is the home of the islands’ remaining endangered population of rock iguanas. Located just a short boat ride from Provo’s Leeward Marina, you can also discover it by kayak.