Written by Kelsie Pearson
What's a better destination wedding than Turks and Caicos? Part of the Neso team traveled to Turks and Caicos to attend a wedding then extended the trip for some R&R. Of course we couldn't travel without packing our Neso!
Things To Do on North Caicos
We'll take you along for a few fun activities we were able to explore in Turks and Caicos. During our time we ventured out taking the ferry from Providenciales to North Caicos. It was more of an isolated island, and adventure awaited around every corner. We did a great hike at the end of the road on Crossing Place Trail, explored caves, and also loved walking on the sand at Whitby and Horse Stable beaches.
Things To Do on Providenciales
On Providenciales we loved the food options, especially the Fish Fry. The live music and delicious seafood and bbq ribs set the perfect picture for relaxing. We also took a boat ride where we saw colorful coral, a few sharks, and also witnessed the guide dive 60 feet in the water to bring up some conch shells.
Things To Do on the Caicos Cays
You can take a boat cruise to the Caicos Cays which is a wonderful collection of small cays between Providenciales and North Caicos, and these beautiful islands offer miles of spectacular and deserted white sand beaches. Discover perfect turquoise waters, snorkeling reefs, and the indigenous Turks and Caicos Rock Iguanas.
Snorkeling in Turks and Caicos
Taking a snorkeling cruise is one of the most popular activities in Turks and Caicos. The reefs around the Turks and Caicos are amazing, offering a great amount of crystal-clear water, fish and sea animals, and healthy coral. Taking a boat snorkeling cruise often makes for a great underwater experience, as you won’t have to search for the reefs, and the offshore sites are often livelier that reefs near the beach.
Things To Do on North and Middle Caicos
On the other side of the country, North and Middle Caicos hide an asset of landscapes and natural features, including caves, which is a National Trust site and the largest dry cave system in the Lucayan Archipelago, as well as secluded beaches and Loyalist historical ruins and cotton plantations.
We Fell in Love
The Turks & Caicos islands are truly the most beautiful islands that exist, and there’s something for everyone! Whether you’re seeking relaxation or action, are traveling as a couple or as a family, we are confident you’ll end up falling in love with Turks & Caicos like we did!
20 More Things To Do in Turks and Caicos
There were so many other fun activities that we wish we would've had time to do while visiting Turks and Caicos. In case you have more time than we did, here's a list of the Top 20 Things To Do in Turks and Caicos according to our research!
- Snorkel or scuba dive in the crystal clear waters to see the vibrant coral reefs and marine life.
- Sunbathe on the white sandy beaches, such as Grace Bay Beach.
- Take a boat tour to explore the uninhabited islands, such as Little Water Cay.
- Visit the Conch Bar Caves, the largest dry cave system in the Caribbean.
- Go kiteboarding or windsurfing in the strong winds.
- Take a fishing charter to catch yellowtail snapper, tuna, and wahoo.
- Explore the natural reserve of Chalk Sound National Park.
- Visit the Turks & Caicos National Museum to learn about the island's history and culture.
- Go horseback riding on the beach or in the countryside.
- Take a catamaran tour to see the famous sandbar, known as the "Shark Bite."
- Rent a bicycle or scooter to explore the island.
- Go stand-up paddleboarding or kayaking in the calm waters.
- Visit the Caicos Conch Farm, the world's only conch farm.
- Take a day trip to Middle Caicos and see the historic Loyalist Plantation.
- Take a sunset cruise to see the beautiful colors of the sky and sea.
- Enjoy the nightlife and live music scene in Grace Bay.
- Indulge in the local cuisine, including conch fritters, jerk chicken, and conch chowder.
- Take a spa day and relax with a massage or other treatment.
- Play a round of golf at the Provo Golf Club.
- Take a day trip to Little Stirrup Cay, a private island owned by Norwegian Cruise Line.