Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos Attractions

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Grand Turk Cruise Port

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 14 Reviews

It looks and feels like the Caribbean, but Grand Turk is actually washed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. You might be sailing here from the Bahamas, only ...  Read more

The Wall

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Reviews

Known as one of the best diving sites in the Caribbean, the Wall is a diving spot just outside of Grace Bay on Grand Turk. Where the island’s outer reef ends, ...  Read more

Cockburn Town Lighthouse

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Guarding the wild Atlantic waters surrounding Grand Turk’s northern tip, the Cockburn Town Lighthouse is a historic National Trust-listed structure, built in ...  Read more

Duke Street

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Filled with the charm that only a centuries-old Caribbean town can claim, Duke Street in the heart of historic Cockburn Town, Grand Turk is an attraction all ...  Read more

Grace Bay Beach

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

On the island of Providenciales, Grace Bay Beach is the Turks’ sandy gem, voted best beach by beach-lovers the world over. The white sand here is stunning, ...  Read more

Gibb's Cay

4.5 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

What makes an underwater experience great isn’t always what you see – sometimes it’s what you do. And while the Turks and Caicos have some amazing snorkeling ...  Read more

Providenciales

More commonly known as “Provo,” the island of Providenciales is one of the main islands in the entire Turks and Caicos commonwealth. Most international flights ...  Read more

Chalk Sound National Park

Chalk Sound is a pristine, natural lake dotted with underwater cays and filled with amazingly dazzling electric-blue water. The color of the water has to be ...  Read more

Cheshire Hall

Providenciales’ cotton plantation past is revealed at Cheshire Hall. The plantation is now in ruins, but more than 200 years ago it was a thriving complex of ...  Read more

Cockburn Town

The Turks & Caicos capital and seat of government, Cockburn Town is a bougainvillea-fringed, laidback tropical beauty with shabby-chic colonial buildings and ...  Read more

Governor’s Beach

Located on Grand Turk, this is the island’s most celebrated beach. Popular amongst beachgoers, divers, and snorkelers alike, Governor’s Beach has the white ...  Read more

North Caicos

Riven with sea inlets and lagoons, and receiving the most rainfall in the island group, lushly carpeted North Caicos is the group’s second largest island, with ...  Read more

Northwest Point Marine National Park

The protected waters of the Northwest Point Marine National Park lap the northwest edge of the Providenciales’ coast. The park also protects the world’s ...  Read more

Salt Cay

Only about 6 miles out from Grand Cay lies one of the best snorkeling and diving spots in all of this little Caribbean archipelago. Quite often referred to ...  Read more

Sapodilla Bay Rock Carvings

On Providenciales’ southern coast, follow the rocky trail winding uphill east of the ruined Mariner Hotel and you’ll come across rock carvings dating back to ...  Read more

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