Truth be told, visitors are often drawn to Turks and Caicos Promised Land island with a unique blend of allure and an extremely relaxing atmosphere. However, on arrival on these paradisal islands, they will often encounter much more than just a patch of beautiful land. Thrill seekers, for instance, are spoiled for choice when it comes down to finding some excellent diving sites such as the limestone swimming ‘hole’ or transversing the Caicos Caves.
Apart from that, here are some of the steals that you shouldn’t leave Caicos & Turks without doing:
- Surf around in the Grace Bay in the Providenciales – Any vacationer who has ever been to Grace Bay in Provo can attest to the breathtaking surf and sand that characterises the paradisal spot. What’s more, the proximity to go the golf courses that dot this vacationer’s haven is an added plus that shouldn’t be left unexplored. Other than that, there is no shortage of curio shops, nicely-styled restaurants for you to wile the time away as you watch the azure blue skies overhead.
- Snorkelling in Bight Reef – Watersports lovers can mark snorkelling as one of the activities in their to-do-list courtesy of the world-famous Bight Reef off the coast of Turks and Caicos. While on the same, you can organize and arrange for a day sail off the coast of Grace Bay.
- Tee Off at the Provo Golf Club – If you’ve been yearning to land a hole in one or two greens amidst the jutting limestone and seductively swaying palm trees of a tropical island, then the Provo Golf Club is your one-stop shop. It is arguably one of the most exclusive and palatial golfing spots in the Turks & Caicos Islands. What’s more, the near perfect weather of the Providenciales makes it pleasurable and easy for ardent golfers to spend the day mastering the lush evergreen and sun-kissed course. And it is just about the well-manicured golf-lawns that we’re talking about here. For less than $180 USD you can tee off for over 18 holes with TaylorMade high-quality clubs.
- Horseback Riding – It comes to a point in your life when you have to choose between horseback riding and lazing the day off in the ocean. And most often than not, the latter always wins. And there’s nothing that beats the pleasure of galloping full-speed on a gentle horse with the sea as the backdrop. For about $70 USD you can go on a fully-fledged horse riding excursion both on dry land and tide-laden beaches. The horses here are warm, friendly and love playing on the beach too!