It’s not surprising that Inspirato Members love to visit Turks and Caicos Islands for all the beauty of the island and the amazing hospitality that Inspirato provides. As Jane A. told us after a recent visit:
“Our concierges were outstanding. Tori was attentive to every detail and popped up at several of our dinners and lunches just to check to see if we needed anything. He even appeared on the dock of our sunset cruise with a bottle of champagne to add to the experience. Because he is a Turks and Caicos native, he knew how to find everything. When we wanted the best beach to collect seashells, he knew. When we wanted the best snorkeling experience, he sent us to the right beach. Our week flew by, and, once again, our Inspirato experience was a 10.” – Jane A.
Like Jane’s family, when everything is taken care of for you, there’s more time to revel in the beauty of the island. Like the crystal blue waters surrounded by vast reaches of white sand beach, as fine as confectioner’s sugar, that seduce visitors into long leisurely strolls. Whether you seek relaxation or ocean adventure, opportunity abounds–above and below the waves–in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Some of our most popular itineraries include the following must-see spots.
Grace Bay Beach
Twelve-mile-long Grace Bay Beach earns its fame for wide, white stretches that go on and on, but it’s hardly Turks and Caicos’ only option. You’ll want to rent a car to visit the area’s less-frequented gems. Here’s our Provo beach primer:
Named for Lady Grace Hutchings, who honeymooned on the island in 1892 and reportedly charmed everyone she met, Grace Bay Beach is both the busiest part of the island and its most open and serene.
Little Water Cay
Home to 2,000-plus endangered rock iguanas, many measuring two feet in length. The horned creatures mostly scurry across rocks, while visitors stick to a well-maintained boardwalk, five minutes by boat from Provo’s Leeward Marina.
A 12-minute flight from Provo or 25-minute ferry from the Leeward Marina, North Caicos is home to most of the archipelago’s farms. But you’ll also find a few thousand pink flamingos, outstanding snorkeling at Three Mary Cays, jaw-dropping Horsestable Beach and eerie plantation ruins at Wades Green; Big Blue Unlimited runs day trips on bikes.
Scuba divers and snorkelers flock here and cruise ships dock here, but Grand Turk’s charms extend beyond both. Founded by Bermudian salt rakers in 1681, the island’s capital, Cockburn Town, is the archipelago’s historic, political and administrative center, with weathered colonial buildings and the national museum along its streets.
Wherever your adventures in Turks and Caicos take you, rest assured that Inspirato will take care of every detail of the trip.