Tips & Tricks
Grand Turk Cruise Center (Grand Turk) — with direct beachfront access, this is a first-class facility nestled among nearly 14 acres of landscaped grounds. With convenient changing rooms, showers and lockers for cruise line guests, cruise center visitors also can swim either in the ocean’s sparkling waters or in one of the largest pools in […]
Mudjin Harbour Beach (Middle Caicos) — the coastline here offers the finest scenic landscapes in all of Turks and Caicos Islands. Starting at the northwest point of Middle Caicos, Mudjin Harbour is two miles of high scenic limestone cliffs and white sandy beaches, ending at impressive Dragon Island.
Whale Watching (Providenciales) — North Atlantic Humpback Whales are seen around the islands of Grand Turk and Salt Cay during the months of late January through early April. These majestic creatures pass through our area as part or their annual migration for mating and birth. While on a whale watching trip you will not only […]
Malcom Roads Beach (Providenciales) — this remote beach (located near the Amanyara Resort) is a long drive down a dusty dirt road. Not the best for snorkeling or swimming, but usually deserted. Can be good for beachcombing.
Island Trams (Grand Turk) – this tour operator offers historical tours on Grand Turk, proudly support the Turks & Caicos National Trust. Its guided tours wind past centuries old buildings, homes, inns, past cannons, windmills and salt ponds. Along the way, its knowledgeable local guides will point out exquisite bird life, wild horses, secluded beaches, […]
Leeward Beach (Providenciales) — located on the northeast coast of Providenciales, this beach is usually less crowded than Grace Bay. Three main beach accesses are located in this area, and the eastern most Leeward Going Through access is an excellent place to launch kayaks and paddle boards from to visit Little Water Cay and Mangrove […]