Step to enjoying the Turks and Caicos (TCI)

Written By Steps To Faculty Published May 20th, 2010

Do you dream of paradise with tropical breezes, sandy beaches, azure waters, and the best weather? Then look no further than the Turks and Caicos Islands. Full of natural wonders, these heavenly islands offer less crowded attractions and more serenity. Just one hour south of Miami, these set of 40 islands have abundant sunshine and amazing coral reefs. Let’s take a look.

Step 1 Stop by the Providenciales

Also known as Provo, this commercial hub is at the heart of the TCI. In addition to housing the world’s third largest coral reef, Grace Bay has many modern resorts, inns, hotels, restaurants, and stores. Recreational options include spas, and marinas, cafes, and a gambling casino. Visit TurksandCaicosTourism.com to book a flight and hotel.

Step 2 Snorkel or go boating

Take a plunge into the warm, clear blue waters and explore marine life. Make and appointment for a local underwater tour and admire the beauty in the coral reefs and exotic fish.

Step 3 Rent a bike

Rent a bike and tour Salt Cay, the center of the salt industry on the islands. You can also rent a donkey and indulge in the simple natural surroundings.

Step 4 Buy some artwork and handicrafts at Cockburn Town

Enjoy the brightly hued historic buildings around town and take in some of the exhibits at the Turks and Caicos National Museum. Look for duty-free goods at the Grand Turk Cruise center and the Grand Turk Lighthouse.

Step 5 Drive around Chalk Sound National Park

ON Provo’s southwest side there is a landlocked lagoon and a nature reserve. Visit the island’s national park and take a stroll among nature’s wonders. Afterwards, catch a ferry to Sapodilla Bay beach for soft sandy beaches that are surrounded by turquoise waters.

Remember, the temperature is warm all year round. Pack some shorts, loose clothes, and sandals.

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