Things to Do in Turks and Caicos

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Take a tour ($12) at the Caicos Conch Farm to learn about the island’s most popular protein—one that’s overfarmed in most parts of the world. In fact,... Read More

This historic site tells the story of slavery in the Turks and Caicos—an often unspoken part of the island’s past. The plantation remains are quite hard... Read More

This 13-mile stretch of sand is the most popular beachfront real estate on the Turks and Caicos. The beach is part of a national park and open to the... Read More

This totally secluded beach can only be reached by boat (or if you’re ambitious, kayak or paddleboard), so it’s one of the most peaceful places in the... Read More

Also known by its official name, Little Water Cay, this island gets its moniker from its most prominent inhabitants. 5,000 rock iguanas—3,000 females... Read More

This beach on the Southeastern coast of Providenciales is one of the island’s best-kept secrets—but not for long. For years, the only people who... Read More

Swimming with horses might sound like a dream, but Provo Ponies makes it a possibility. At this working stable, the friendly staff leads 60- and 90... Read More

There are plenty of cruise purveyors in the Turks & Caicos—in fact, if you have a large group, chartering a yacht for an excursion is the way to go.... Read More

A magnificent Baroque church with a lofty belfry dedicated to the defeat of the Turks in 1654. Read More

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