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Grand Turk’s Sea Salt Crystal and its Cultural Impact

By Layton Lewis In the early 1700’s, British colonials and the Bermudians realized the potential of developing the “Sea Salt Industry” in the Turks and Caicos Islands. After 200 years, proper methodization of infrastructure, helped to improve the exportation of local salt to North America and the Caribbean.  Grand Turk produced the largest salinas in the Turks and Caicos. At the peak of production in the early 1900’s, almost 227 acres were being used. The salt industry was our largest and most profitable industry, but it also had one of

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Grace Bay Beach

Want a convenient getaway? The Turks and Caicos couldn’t be easier!

If travel has changed, it doesn’t have to be a hassle. Providenciales has the access, activities and accommodations for a seamless, much needed getaway. By Simon Hénault If you haven’t been bitten by the travel bug lately, just wait for it. In many places, Mother Nature’s acting weird. Though you probably tucked those clunky sweaters away weeks ago, in many places it’s still too chilly to pull out your sundress and sandals. Not here, though. It’s warm, sunny and one of the best options you have right now to get

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Sea turtle - Providenciales Snorkeling , Scuba Diving

Top 5 Eco Tours to Experience on Your Vacation to Turks and Caicos

By Arnissa Lightbourne Turks and Caicos lives up to its motto “Beautiful by Nature” being home to many unspoiled natural environments and diverse ecosystems. The Turks and Caicos Islands is made up of 40 islands and cays of which only nine are inhabited. Each sister island is unique on its own and offers our visitors the opportunity to explore an unspoiled paradise. Here’s a list of 5 eco-tours that you can experience across our sister islands on your next vacation to the Turks and Caicos Islands.  Providenciales Bird Rock Heritage

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Bugaloo's Restaurant and Bar on Grace Bay

Bugaloos Conch Crawl Takes Grace Bay!

By Elisha Jennings Popular island eatery Bugaloos Conch Crawl has opened its second location in the heart of Grace Bay, Providenciales. Bugaloos restaurant was originally opened in 1994 by Berlie “Bugaloo” Williams in the beautiful beachside community of Blue Hills. The restaurant was beloved by residents and visitors alike. It soon grew in popularity and became a ‘must-do’ for visitors seeking an authentic taste of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Of course, the signature dish on Bugaloo’s menu was conch – freshly caught on site and prepared for patrons in

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Potcake on the Beach, Turks and Caicos, Potcake Place

Turks & Caicos’ Famous Four-Legged Friends

By Layton Lewis There’s so much to love about Turks and Caicos – friendly people, sunny weather, world class resorts and villas, breathtaking crystalline beaches and last, but by no means least, our now famous four-legged residents known as potcakes. If you’ve never heard the term potcake before now, it is used to refer to the local breed of dogs in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The name is derived from the practice of locals feeding their dogs the leftovers of the meals from their cooking pot which is referred

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Visitors Guide to Hitting all the Right Spots in the Turks and Caicos Islands

Make sure you get around to experiencing at least a few of the suggestions below. They won’t disappoint! By Simon Hénault Let’s first hit the nail on the head: we drive on the left side of the road in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Exciting, right? Don’t worry, it’s easier than it seems, and driving around Providenciales is a must. We’re friendly and understanding, plus you’ll enjoy being a master of your own mobility.  Yearning for a slower pace? Consider cycling, walking, paddling or swimming to discover some of our

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