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Island Discovery Cruise

Duration: Half Day

island discovery cruise

If you dream of relaxing on deserted islands during your Caribbean holiday, surrounded by soft white sand, swaying palms and crystal clear azure waters, this Turks and Caicos Islands tour will make that dream become a reality.

Located about 30 miles southeast of the Bahamas in the West Indies, the Turks and Caicos Islands is a dream destination in itself. And with only a fifth of its 40 islands and cays being inhabited, you have an excellent chance of escaping to your very own secluded island. This relaxing day trip will reveal the breathtaking natural beauty of the Turks and Caicos Islands, both above and below the water, as you soak up the sun on paradise islands and snorkel in alluring crystalline waters.

A holiday in the Turks and Caicos Islands wouldn’t be complete without sailing the sparkling turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean on a catamaran, whilst enjoying spectacular views of the Caribbean coastline. Feel the sun on your face and the tropical breeze in your hair as we cruise past deserted islands and stunning beaches lined with lush palms and vegetation.

The Turks and Caicos Islands host some of the world most beautiful beaches, boasting miles of pristine white sands. When we finally reach our chosen secluded island, you can enjoy a sumptuous barbeque on our very own paradise beach, native style. Savour the taste of freshly prepared local food, including a delicious conch salad (large sea snails).

After lunch, you can enjoy free time to relax and sunbathe on powdery soft sands, explore the island, swim in the clear, warm waters or stroll along the beach looking for beautiful Caribbean shells. Snorkelling is also available for those who want to explore the natural beauty under the sea. The Turks and Caicos Islands is renowned for being a premier snorkeling and diving destination, due to its healthy coral reefs, spectacular walls and an abundance of marine life.

Marvel at the vivid colours and diversity of this breathtaking natural aquarium as you discover a wide variety of corals and sponges on nearby reefs, and swim amongst hundreds of tropical fish of all shapes and sizes. Also look out for sea turtles, manta rays, starfish, octopus, seahorses and many more exciting sea creatures. The diversity on one single coral reef will amaze and delight you.

This unforgettable day trip will give you a glimpse of Caribbean paradise and plenty of wonderful memories to take away with you.

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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.

Turks and Caicos reported as fastest-growing tourist destination in Caribbean

The tropical island nation of Turks and Caicos has become the fastest-growing tourist destination in the Caribbean. According to the State of The Industry Report 2016 released by the Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO), the number of international visitor arrivals to the islands in 2016 totalled 453,612, which was a 17.5 per cent increase compared to the previous year.