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Tiki Hut Cruise

Duration: Half Day

tiki hut cruise

The Turks and Caicos Islands are a cluster of about 40 islands and cays in the Caribbean, located southeast of the Bahamas in the Atlantic Ocean. Only eight of these islands are inhabited, and each one offers breathtaking scenery and a unique charm of its own. All the islands are renowned for their paradise beaches, which are ranked amongst the best in the world, but some of the most beautiful beaches can be found on the main tourist island of Providenciales, otherwise known as Provo. This tour will take you by boat along the north shore of Provo, an area which is famous for its miles of glorious white sands and crystal clear turquoise waters.

Beautiful beaches are scattered on every side of Providenciales Island, but the most spectacular beach is Grace Bay on the north coast. Stretching 12 miles, and boasting powdery soft white sands and clear azure waters, it is easy to see why this location is so popular with tourists. Even so, you can easily find your very own secluded spot to escape to. The Princess Alexandra National Park runs alongside this stretch of coastline, which is protected by a healthy barrier reef. This beautiful marine park is one of the best snorkelling spots in the Caribbean.

Enjoy the boat ride across the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean as we cruise along the north shoreline, past Blue Hills, the oldest settlement on the island. We finally reach Northwest Point, where you will get the chance to snorkel and explore the beauty of life beneath the waters. The Turks and Caicos Islands are famous for its world-class diving sites. Not only is the water visibility excellent here, but the numerous coral reefs and abundance of marine live make snorkeling and diving an unforgettable experience. Swim amongst hundreds of brightly-coloured tropical fish, turtles, mantas rays, eagle rays and even small sharks. The diversity here will amaze and delight you.

Other beautiful beaches in the Northwest Point area include Malcolm Beach and Sam’s Bay. One of the main attractions that draws visitors to this area, however, is the Tiki Hut Village. These huts were apparently originally built by a French movie production company for a film set, and have remained a landmark ever since. Today they dot this deserted beach landscape, adding a South Pacific feel to the area. Feel the powdery soft sand in your toes as you walk along the shore, taking in the beautiful scenery all around you. This tour will give you a glimpse of paradise.

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New Adults-Only Beach House Hotel opens in Turks and Caicos

A brand new adults-only resort has opened on the island of Providenciales in Turks and Caicos. The luxury beachfront property sits on Grace Bay Beach, and it has 21 one and two-bedroom suites that have been individually named rather than numbered. The Beach House hotel has a spa, fitness centre, an outdoor swimming pool, and two restaurants, including one with gourmet French cuisine.

Turks and Caicos triumphs at Caribbean World Travel Awards despite ceremony being cancelled

The winners of the 2017 World Travel Awards Caribbean and North America Gala Ceremony have been announced. The regional ceremony was due to take place in Turks and Caicos in the Caribbean last month, but it was cancelled due to the devastating Hurricane Irma. The winners were later announced by the WTA to celebrate the leading hotels, destinations, airlines and travel companies in the region.

Three hotels in Turks and Caicos due to reopen this month following Hurricane Irma

Following the aftermath of the devastating Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean last week, the Hartling Group Resorts has announced that three of its resorts will reopen on Turks and Caicos at the end of the month. The resorts suffered no major damage but they are currently closed to repair damages caused by flood water and clear the debris from the landscapes gardens.