Imagine yourself lying in the white sand, being served with tropical drinks while dozing off listening to the lapping sound of the blue water. Fancy booking a beach holiday then this upcoming summer? Then, it’s time to open that laptop and book a holiday in Turks and Caicos.
What attracts people to the amazing beaches of Turks and Caicos is the pristine beaches and the culture of the place; of course it doesn’t hurt that Turks and Caicos has a strict policy on offshore banking. Whenever you’re planning to experience the culture and beach life of Turks and Caicos, these are the islands and beaches you should, nay you must, visit.
This private island is said to be the place where Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner got married. This is the best place to be a beach bum, and enjoy the languidness of the blue waters. However, since it’s a private island, it may not be open to the public and there are certain conditions imposed on potential visitors to be able to gain access to the area.
Located in the North of Caicos these series of coves are the spot for snorkelers because of the amazing and gentle sea creatures they can enjoy watching while swimming in the blue waters. The Whitby Beaches is composed of the 3 Mary Cays, the Pelican Point Beach, and Horsestable Beach.
If August is the best time for you to travel into Turks and Caicos, then don’t miss the events that will take place in Bambarra Beach. This is the place to be when travelling into Turks and Caicos this coming August.
If you want to comingle with the mainstream crowd, then the Governor’s Beach is the place for you. Claimed to be one of Turks and Caicos most celebrated beach, one of the attraction to this places are the view of gargantuan cruise liners and of course the beach strip.
Located in the Providenciales, this beach is the ideal beach for children. If you’re travelling with your kids, you can make Long Bay your stop for your kid’s beach adventure.
Taylor Bay and Sapodilla Bay
With its shallow bays, these are ideal beaches for children. These beaches are part of the Chalk Sound National Park coasts.
Things to Do in Turks and Caicos
It is recommended that when travelling into Turks and Caicos you book at resorts like Club Med where you can do all the beach related activities. However, when you do venture out into the local scene you can do some of these things.
The best way to enjoy the underwater scene is to go on an undersea explorer semi-submarine tour. This is an amazing adventure with the kids because they get to have a close encounter with the amazing marine life of Turks and Caicos.
Visit the Provo Conch Farm to experience the farm life of Turks and Caicos.
These are just the few things you can do when visiting Turks and Caicos.