TCI Ferry – this is a ferry service that takes passengers from Providenciales to other T&C islands like North Caicos, Middle Caicos, and South Caicos. This is more economical than flying to these same destinations. Check their website for schedules and fares: http://tciferry.com
Bicycling – at least in Providenciales, it is not recommended. This is because of a combination of reckless drivers, no cycle lanes, and intense heat. However, several resorts and villas provide complimentary cycles, and many tourists still cycle anyway.
BUS – There is no public transportation anywhere in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Illegal ‘jitney’ services under the guise of a ‘Bus Service’ operate in the form of a small minivan, but you are advised to avoid these completely. Apart from the fact that they are illegal and not licensed, the drivers drive extremely […]
TAXI – There are usually taxis waiting at resorts to take you where ever you need to go, but if you’re elsewhere, you’ll probably have to call for one. Taxis, at least from the airport, do not generally try to drive up the fare (by taking a long route), as they are more concerned with […]
CAR RENTALS – car rentals are a must in Turks & Caicos (especially in Providenciales). Most visitors should rent a car or jeep. Most attractions, except for the beach and shops, are almost definitely out of walking distance of your hotel, and taxi fares will add up. The following car rental agencies function in […]