A day trip to North Caicos

Why not see 3 islands on one trip? The ferry will take you to North Caicos and you can rent a car from Caribbean Crusin allowing you to drive to Middle Caicos. In 2008, Hurricane Ike almost completely destroyed the causeway. Repairs have been made making this a great day trip. You can stop at local beaches and swim, pack refreshments and a lunch while seeing a completely different island. North Caicos has approximately 2500 people and Middle Caicos has approximately 500 people. You will be able to visit Middle Caicos, North Caicos, and experience a nice boat ride! The ferry itself is open to the air and seats approximately 30 people.

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Buggy Rental

Get a buggy rental for the day. Side by Sides or atv’s, plus you can even drive them on the highway. You might get a little dusty from the gravel roads but it’s a lot of fun! Go down every back road and find some private swimming coves.

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How about checking out our casinos on island.

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If you’ve always wanted to try your hand at a bit of Caribbean golf the Provo Golf Club is a must. They are in fact considered as one of the top 10 golf courses in the Caribbean.

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Lunch or Brunch

A wonderful brunch can be had at the Bay Bistro on the weekends and you can’t beat the view of the beach. I personally enjoy the tuna salad, seared tuna with rubbed coffee on the edges, it’s to die for.

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Cocktail Time

A late night cocktail? Try it at the Infinite Bar for a martini and see their 40 foot bar that stretches to the beach! They also have cozy little fires surrounded by comfortable cushioned chairs, very romantic!

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The “Hole”

A natural hole in the ground, 40 feet across and 80+feet deep… It’s not roped off or marked! So it’s not for the faint of heart.

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How about checking out all the local vessels that have cruised into Provo at Turtle Cove Marina? You can have lunch, dinner or a cocktail at many of the establishments surrounding the marina while you admire the view.

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For details on the marina, click HERE.

Coffee & free Wi-Fi

Check out Lemon 2 Go coffeeshop located in Salt Mills area of Grace Bay and have a coffee and free Wifi… The Starbucks of the island.

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Grace Bay

Where else can you go horseback riding, windsurfing, para-sailing, paddle boarding, or snorkling on the beach – only 200 metres away from your front doorstep? There’s also bone fishing and diving lessons! Grace Bay beach was recently rated #1 in the world by Travelers’ Choice. You can have all this with a mere 2 minute walk from Satori at Grace Bay.

To check out some images of the beautiful Grace Bay, click HERE.

To check out horseback riding at Provo Ponies, click HERE.

Kayak through the Mangroves

Enjoy a relaxing and interesting paddle through the mangroves in the Leeward Channel. A perfect eco tour where you can appreciate the subtler side of the nature of Turks & Caicos.

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See the glow worms right after a full moon

You won’t believe this natural display of underwater bioluminescence each month. It’s a great addition to an already outstanding sunset cruise on a fun and relaxing sailing charter.

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Go celebrity spotting

Turks & Caicos is certainly a hot spot for the jet set crowd of Hollywood celebrities, rock stars and professional athletes. “A-Listers” like Demi Moore, Donna Karan, Keith Richards, Michael Douglas and others routinely visit their homes here, enjoying the anonymity and solitude of our islands. Big name jocks spotted recently include Michael Jordan, Shaquille O’Neal and Roger Federer. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner got hitched here, and Eva Longoria and Tony Parker honeymooned on our islands. Best places to spot them – Amanyara and Parrot Cay, but good luck getting close!


Snorkel the reef at Princess Alexandra National Park

Turks & Caicos is famous for its coral reef system, but you don’t have to be a scuba diver to enjoy it. You don’t even have to go out in a boat. The 6500 acre park is a protected area and one of the Caribbean’s best snorkeling spots. Because the reef sits on a shallow shelf surrounded by deep water, you may get to view turtles and even lobsters. This is a marked zone with species of coral identified by underwater signs. Best of all, it’s free and within a ten minute walk from the door of Satori at Grace Bay.

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Visit the National Environmental Center

A fun and informative way to learn about the indigenous wildlife and environment of the Turks and Caicos. Located in the Lower Bight area, just across from the children’s park, the NEC has some interesting exhibits and events, as well as helpful staff who can answer your questions about just about anything related to the environment or the national park system in TCI. Admission is free and it’s open from 8AM to 4:30PM daily.

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Food Specials

Sunday: Bambara Rum specials all day at Somewhere Cafe & Lounge
Located on Grace Bay Beach – Live music with Seabreeze after 6:30pm

Monday: Da Conch Shack
Located in Blue Hills – Conch & Seafood on the beach (Conch Shells for sale here as well)

Tuesday: Specialties of Turks & Caicos, at Mango Reef Restaurant
Located in Turtle Cove Marina
www.mangoreef.com  649-946-8200

Thursday: Island Fish Fry
Located at the Bight Park in Providenciales, 5:30pm – 9:30pm, Cultural Performances & Crafts

Friday: Jamaican Jerk Caribbean & Chinese Cuisine at Chinson’s
Music from the 70’s, 80’s & 90’s by DJ Services
Located on Leeward Highway 649-941-3533

Saturday: Brick Oven Baked Pizza at Baci Ristorante
Located on the dock in Turtle Cove, Italian Restaurant 649-941-3044