Things to do in Turks and Caicos Islands

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  • 1

    Grace Bay Beach

    17 reviews

    Ask any travel expert or experienced traveler and you will have the confirmation that Turks & Caicos is incomparable with any other Caribbean destination. Apart from the picture perfect natural beauty of its pure white sands and clear turquoise waters, Turks & Caicos offers some of the most exciting water adventures. Grace Bay’s twelve-mile beach was named Caribbean’s #1 beach ...

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  • 2

    Graceway IGA Supermarket

    17 reviews

    everything you'd possible need can be found here. but prepare yourselves for sticker shock!

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  • 3

    Grace Bay

    15 reviews

    Best way to see the island

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  • 4

    Somewhere Cafe at Coral Gardens Resort

    10 reviews

    A great snorkeling place right off the beach and great with families with young children. Can either ride your bike there or walk 40 minutes by the beach from our place

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  • 5

    Gourmet Supermarket and Scotia Bank

    8 reviews

    Gourmet IGA is about 5 minutes from the villa, located in the Grace Bay area, they serve fresh fruits and vegetables and food.

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  • 6

    Salt Mills

    7 reviews

    7 to 8 minutes walk from our house and great for walking, Sushi, a casual café for breakfast, and some shopping.

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  • 7

    Chalk Sound

    6 reviews

    The colour of the water is amazing, watch it change during the course of the day!

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  • 8

    Sapodilla Bay

    6 reviews

    The kids beach, shallow, beautiful only 20 minutes drive away .

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  • 9

    Turtle Cove

    6 reviews

    Deep sea fishing and island hoping

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  • 10

    Ports of Call

    7 reviews

    Very convenient shopping plaza with several unremarkable gift shops, 3 resturants and Dive Provo (my personal first choice dive service).

  • 11

    Bight Children's Playground

    5 reviews

    Kids play in the day, everyone parties at the Island Fish Fry on Thursday evenings

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  • 12

    Provo Golf Course

    5 reviews

    Public golf course and 5 minute bike ride or 2 minute drive from the house

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  • 13

    Regent Center

    5 reviews

    The Regent Village, across from Saltmills Plaza and Danny Bouys, is another awesome place for tourist to shop, eat, do business and meet new people.

  • 14

    Flamingo Pond

    7 reviews

    Thousands of Flamingos gather to feed, but they are very shy and tend to stay at the far end of the pond away from people

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  • 15

    Pelican Beach

    4 reviews

    A great beach for shelling, young or adult, will need a car to get there but well worth it.

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  • 16

    Grace Bay Car Rental

    4 reviews

    Great prices and customer service

  • 17

    Provo Airport

    4 reviews

    Provo International Airport is getting easier and easier to get in and out of!!!! Saturdays and Sundays (especially during the high season) are the busiest days of travel so expect some long lines for the early afternoon flights.

  • 18

    Provo Golf Club

    4 reviews

    Were sure youll enjoy our challenging, and beautifully maintained, 18-hole championship course which is extremely popular with our members, guests, and visitors to the island. KIDS PLAY FREE!

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  • 19

    Malcom's Beach

    3 reviews

    Need a car to get here on a rocky road. Make sure there are people around and do not carry expensive items just in case. Great for snorkeling and very secluded.

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  • 20

    Malcolm's Road Beach

    3 reviews

    Malcolm beach is beautiful and located near Northwest Point Resort. As you travel down Millennium Highway you will come to a dirt road that takes you to Northwest Point Resort, if you take a left at this intersection you will find Malcolm's beach and the exclusive Amanyara Resort at the end of this dirt road.

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