Turks and Caicos
The archipelago of 40 coral islands that make up Turks and Caicos is a spectacular combination of expansive beaches, luxury resorts, amazing scuba diving sites and so much more. From Providenciales (Provo), the gateway to the islands where you can enjoy the charms of this great little city to the amazing and pristine Chalk Sound, Turks & Caicos is the perfect combination of luxury, beauty, and authenticity all set in the perfect environment of the Caribbean. Here are some of the top things you need to check out when you head here:
Enjoy the Amazing Beaches of Provo. Providenciales where you’ll likely fly into features some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Inside the Chalk Sound National Park, you can enjoy the paradise of crystal-clear waters, tiny cays, and a huge diversity of marine life. Divers from around the world flock here to experience for themselves some of the rarest creatures in the ocean. The conditions are perfect too for those who have never dived before and looking to try it out for themselves.
Sail Out and See Something New at the Salt Cay. For those looking to experience something completely unique to Turks & Caicos, there’s no better place to head to than here. Salt Cay is a small island with an even smaller population not far from Provo. Here you can find the remnants of the islands once bustling salt island including Balfour’s Town White House which was built in the 1820s and seems more like a ghost town today. There are even more great beaches to see here along the island’s North Bay and dive sites to explore off the steep underwater walls.
Get a Feel for the Caribbean in Cockburn Town. Grand Turk, the largest island of the archipelago is home to Cockburn Town. This classic style town features old school Bermudian style buildings, museums, and great shopping opportunities. Here you have your best opportunity to experience local style cuisine where you can enjoy conch fritters and rum punch all made from ingredients from the islands and nearby waters. There are also many great places to kick back on the beach and enjoy a little ripsaw— the local music style that’s similar to Calypso. From its biggest island to its smallest cay, Turks & Caicos is a unique and beautiful place and the best way to experience is by boat. So book your charter now to get an authentic taste of island life.