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Turks and Caicos

Turks & Caicos Islands consist of 40 islands and cays, only 8 of which are inhabited. They’re known for pristine beaches, excellent underwater adventures and, of course, conch, which is the biggest export in the area. While Providenciales is the most visited island, with an abundance of resorts, shops and restaurants and the stunning, popular Grace Bay Beach, it’s worth exploring the other islands, as well. Middle and North Caicos are filled with lush vegetation and the biggest cave network in the Caribbean, while South Caicos is the epicenter of fishing.

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Best of Turks and Caicos

  • Potcake Place

    Potcake Place is a local, non-profit organization in Grace Bay that helps Potcakes, a mixed-breed common in Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas. As the only dog rescue in the islands, this adorable organization encourages travelers and locals to come meet the puppies, take them to the beach, socialize them and even adopt…definitely a day well spent!
  • Island Fish Fry

    If you’re looking for a way to mingle with some Turks and Caicos locals, the weekly island fish fry is the perfect event! Hosted every Thursday from 5:30-9:30pm on Bight Park, the fish fry offers local crafts, jewelry, food vendors and live music. Later in the night is when the party really explodes with dancing and must-see entertainment.
  • Underwater Experience

    Turks and Caicos is known for its superb snorkeling and scuba diving, hosting the 3rd largest barrier reef in the world. Smith’s Reef is an undeniable snorkel and scuba spot, with high underwater visibility and easy access from Grace Bay. Here, you can spot huge eagle rays, beautiful coral and so much more. There’s an abundance of reefs to choose from, though!