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Salt Cay – The Island of Adventure Throughout the Years

Written by Layton Lewis Salt Cay is the smallest inhabited island in the Turks and Caicos Islands. With a land mass measuring at 2.7 square miles, this island of adventure holds rich history, a closely knitted community, sweet confections and serves as the ultimate island getaway.  History of Salt Cay To understand the Salt Islands

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Jankanoo festival, Music in Turks and Caicos

The Cultural Significance of Junkanoo

Written by Layton Lewis To understand the importance of Junkanoo and its cultural impact on the Turks and Caicos, we must first learn about what this artform truly is and its history. To be precise the exact origin of Junkanoo to this day is unknown, but its roots can be traced back to West African

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BIRD WATCHING – GRAND TURK’S HIDDEN ATTRACTION

written by “Layton Lewis” Home to some of the most majestic birds in the world, Grand Turk is the perfect destination for bird watching. From novice bird watchers, to experts, this coastline destination offers many opportunities to enjoy different species of birds in their natural habitats. When touring the national parks, you can find over

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Sandbar - Beach Bar - Grand Turk

Fun, Rum and Sun – Top 3 Happy Hour Spots in Grand Turk

By Layton Lewis Grand Turk, the capital of the Turks and Caicos Islands, is renowned for its historic significance, iconic salinas reminiscent of our Salt Industry and its world class diving. For locals, Grand Turk is also synonymous with good vibes and good times. To be able to indulge in an array of liquors, delicious

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Salt Cay - Turks and Caicos Aerials

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

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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

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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

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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

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