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Must-Visit Beach Bars in Turks & Caicos: By Elisha Jennings – Cocktails and conversations are best when paired with stunning beach views in Turks & Caicos. Here are a few favourites for the best views to enhance and complement Happy Hour on your next visit to our ‘Beautiful by Nature’ islands:
One of nature’s most dramatic shows is on display every winter in the waters just off the Turks and Caicos Islands. It is the annual migration of humpback whales that pass by here on their way to their winter breeding grounds in the Dominican Republic. These graceful and majestic giants are a wonder to behold, and come close by all of our islands. The best viewing is in the Columbus Passage that separates Grand Turk and Salt Cay from the rest of our islands. Tour operators in Grand Turk and
The Turks & Caicos welcomes you to the 10th anniversary of the “Race for the Conch” Eco-SeaSwim set for Saturday June 29, 2019. The internationally acclaimed open water swim competition takes place in the beautiful turquoise waters of Grace Bay, Providenciales. Race for a unique conch trophy with top international and local competitors or just to do your personal best in a benign race environment. Race options include 2.4 Mile (Ironman swim), 1 Mile, and 1/2 mile distances. For more information and registration, please go to www.ecoseaswim.com. You can also
As fall approaches and the holiday season looms, it’s the time of year where families begin making winter travel arrangements. Over the years, many families escape to Turks and Caicos to celebrate Thanksgiving annually and have made it their family tradition.
Entering the charming entrance of the cottage, I was greeted by a familiar, friendly face and warmth that is second nature to Caribbean natives. My early arrival briefly interrupted her picking callaloo from the gardens but she ushered me into her private deck where the magic happens.