Find Your Personal Oasis in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos

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Morgan Blaylock

  • Beaches

  • Luxury Travel

  • Nature Escapes

  • Turks and Caicos

  • Entertainment

  • Shopping

  • Coastal

Aerial view of sea with a boat.
Curator’s statement

Turks and Caicos is home to some of the world's best white sand beaches and clear blue waters. Traveling to Turks and Caicos feels like the ultimate escape from reality. Turks offers the opportunity to completely disconnect from reality and submerge yourself in new cultures, if you so choose.

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Where to stay

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Things to do

Aerial view of a beach with light blue clear water and white sand.


Grace Bay Beach & Smith's Reef. Both have insanely clear water and are great for snorkeling or water activities.


Wake to Wake Boat Charters. Highly recommend this as a way to truly explore the waters. If you're adventurous, explore an old sunken ship in the middle of the ocean on this tour with them, or enjoy water sports with a visit from Jo Jo the dolphin (Turks' resident dolphin who loves boats and people.)

If you're not staying at a resort that offers transportation, renting a car would be the best way to see the island. Keep in mind they drive on the left side of the road!

Booking a Mangrove Kayaking trip is also a fun way to see more than just the beaches.

Place to eat & drink

An outdoor sitting by clear blue beach water.

Da Conch Shack - One of the most popular on the island!

Las Brisas - Located on the quiet side of the island, this water front restaurant is a must.

Baci Restaurant - Enjoy views of yachts and marine life along the canal while enjoying your meal.

Other restaurants include Mango, Bugaloos and Coco Bistro.

The local fish fry is also a great way to submerge yourself in local culture.

There are also lots of catering companies if you want the food to come to you.

Need to Know

For more travel tips, check out Fora Advisor Alli Kozloff’s guide, Relaxing & Adventurous Vacation in Turks and Caicos.

Advisor - Morgan Blaylock

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This guide is part of our ongoing series on travel to Turks and Caicos.