Turks and Caicos Islands is an excellent destination for those who enjoy scuba diving and snorkeling. Smith's Reef in Provo is one of the most popular dive spots in the area, thanks to a diverse collection of sea creatures in a wide spectrum of electric colors. For a completely different vibe, explore the black coral and submerged fins of the Black Forest, or kayak the turquoise waters of Chalk Sound. Both the Caicos Conch Farm and the bird sanctuary on uninhabited French Cay offer unique ways to interact with local nature.

Where to go?

Grace Bay Beach

Grace Bay Beach, or Grace Bay Beach, has been voted one of the best and most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean and the world. The beach is located on the north coast of Providenciales and stretches for about 14 kilometers where you will find white sand beaches that are absolutely stunning.
Ideal for snorkeling in the bay of Grace, simply fabulous for its crystal clear waters and beautiful reefs. The sunsets are indescribable, and although it is by far the most popular beach in the Turks and Caicos Islands, it is less developed than, for example, many other beaches on the islands of the Bahamas.

Chalk Sound National Park

Chalk Sound National Park is a fantastically beautiful part of the Turks and Caicos Islands. This is the place to come if turquoise is your favorite color. Because it is the exact color of the waters of this lagoon of approximately 5 kilometers, which has a large number of green and exuberant islands, also small islets. A peninsula with some fantastic beaches, only adds more beauty to this landscape. In Sapodilla Bay Hill you can see rock carvings that some shipwrecked sailors were able to make around the year 1844.

Turtle Cove

Turtle Cove is located in a port of the same name. It is a very nice grill bar where you can have pleasure all night eating, drinking, dancing and, if you like, doing karaoke. There is a live reggae band every Friday night and one night is probably one of the best places on the islands.