That says it all. The TCI are world famous for their powder soft sand beaches and crystalline turquoise waters. While the islands are home to some of the most stunning beaches in the world - ideal for relaxing the days away, there is so much more to explore for those adventurous types. In fact, you can do as little or as much as you like. In TCI, you can do it all or nothing at all.
For those of you wanting to waste the days away listening to the rhythm of the waves while lounging in the cool ocean breezes - TCI has you covered. Providenciales alone is home to over 18 beaches, each with its own charm and personality. From the expansive Grace Bay beach with its bustling tourist area, to the quiet and picturesque Sapodilla Bay beach, to the snorkeling reefs of the Bight and Turtle Cove, to the low cliffs and hidden coves of the Northwest, there is something for everyone.
Visit a new beach every day - which one will be your favourite?
While the quality of the beaches in TCI is unmatched, there is still so much more to explore. TCI is home to one of the finest barrier reef systems in the Atlantic Ocean, and boasts some of the best wall dive sites in the world. For those of you looking to explore nature from under the water - look no further. The video below highlights some of the most popular sites in TCI.
Want to stay dry instead? You can do that too and still enjoy the beauty that TCI has to offer. You can pass through the mangrove channels of Mangrove Cay and Little Water Cay, or pass through the shallow waters of Chalk Sound on kayak or paddle board and say hi to the iguanas that make these little cays their home. If you would rather stay on land, you can visit West Harbour Bluff (Pirates Cove) and take in the rock cliffs and inscriptions, or venture to the secluded western tip of the island to Northwest Point National Parks and spend the day watching the osprey and pelicans. You can even take a day trip to North and Middle Caicos and take in the caves and plantation ruins. TCI has so much to offer for those seeking some "eco-adventures". The video below highlights some of the pristine areas you can experience during your visit.