In the Turks & Caicos, there are plenty of exciting activities to keep you entertained and rejuvenated. Whether you want to relax on the beach under an umbrella, take an excursion or day trip to another island, shop for clothes, tour galleries and boutiques, golf, visit our wildlife reserves, national parks or historic sites, it is all here for you.
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Snorkeling + Scuba Diving
The beach in front of Reef Residences is one of the calmest beaches on Grace Bay for swimming and snorkeling. The waters are protected by a large reef about one mile from shore. A smaller reef is just steps from the shoreline.
For information, check out our Snorkeling and Diving page.
Caribbean Golf at it’s best the Provo Golf Club is one of the top 10 courses in the Caribbean! www.provogolfclub.com
The thrill of a big catch. Imagine experiencing the scream of your reel as a wahoo takes off at 60 miles an hour or the water-dance of a blue marlin as he tries to free himself from your line. The waters surrounding the Islands offer a paradise of choices. There is an abundance to choose from: blue marlin, tuna, sailfish, wahoo, mahi-mahi, kingfish, sharks, barracuda, mackerel, bonefish, snapper and grouper to name but a few. According to Sport Fishing magazine, the TCI provide some of the best blue marlin fishing in the world. So it's perhaps hardly surprising that the island's annual billfish tournament continues to grow in popularity and international standing. Operating a tag-release policy, the organizers are keen to conserve their precious marine resources for future generations so big catches are the order of the day. Whatever your preference we would be happy to make the necessary arrangements with our trusted local operators.
Bonefishing is an exhilarating sport that can be done by spin casting or with a fly rod. The shy silvery bonefish with its short underslung mouth and deeply forked tail makes its home on the shallow flats, often near mangroves. This fish is said to be far more energetic in the smaller version and feels like a monster on the end of your line! As this fish is far too bony for many to eat, this is definitely a catch and release sport. For further information contact Barr Gardiner at or go to www.provo.net/Bonefish.
The sun, the wind, the serenity...life doesn't get any better than this. We can accommodate your preferences if it is for something exciting like a HobieCat, windsurfer, kayak, or for something more relaxing like a 42 foot Schooner private skippered charter. Serving you is our pleasure – just ask!
Nothing beats a ride along the beach.