The most populated of the Turks and Caicos islands, Providenciales is one of the world’s top beach destinations. The diving and snorkeling is as convenient as it is stunning, thanks to miles of coral reef that’s easily accessible from the shore. The upscale resorts and captivating beachscapes of Grace Bay make it a popular choice for waterfront escapes. The cliffs and crags of Chalk Sound make a lovely backdrop for kayaking the bright turquoise waters.
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5 based on 6 reviews
A perennial Travelers' Choice Beaches winner, Grace Bay is famous for its long stretch of soft white sand and beautiful blue water.
One of the most beautiful Beaches we have ever seen. This beach has shades of blue and green which are just a feast for the eyes. The water is generally gentle making swimming easy. The easy slope makes wading into the ocean a delight. Just watching the waves lap upon the beach is just so serene. Watching the sunrise and the sunset was an experience beyond description.
5 based on 118 reviews
This beach is nowhere close to the best one in the Turks and Caicos, let alone the world. Yes, the beach is pretty. The water is shallow and the sand feels really nice, but it is hard to escape resort-land. If you want a peaceful, isolated beach, find one of the many other nice locations. It is, however, still a really nice beach.
Keep your eyes on the inland part of the beach and you might see osprey.
5 based on 152 reviews
Half Moon Bay is one of the most beautiful places on earth! The scenery is stunning, the water is warm and calm, and it is so serene. We took the half day cruise with Caicos Dream Cruises.
5 based on 368 reviews
We followed our GPS which first took us down a dirt road that ended at a fence. The “turn here”would have been into the wall of a private house. So we got back on the main road. We did pass through the big pillars on...MoreAll Beaches are required by law to have an access. No Beaches are private, only homes. However there are different parts of Leeward where you can access the beach. Leeward beach is also next to Sunset villas aka sunset beach.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
My husband and I simply love this place. It's a small beach south of the island which was closed to the public for a short time however an agreement was reached with the owner and the government and the gate has now been removed for public access. Thank you to all who made this happen. The water is extremely calm and you can walk out quite a distance. There is very little shade therefore go early or bring a beach umbrella. Please remember... only leave footprints.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
A beautiful lagoon made up of brilliant blues and rocky cliffs.
The sound is pretty, but the review saying its hard to get a good look at is right....its big, so you gotta ask yourself how far you're gonna kayak??? Las Brisas is still suffering from storm damage, but it is nice to help them out as they recover....my rec: enjoy the sights in the car, then park and go across the street to the beautiful Sapodilla bay beach.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Soft white Beaches and clear blue waters make this bay a popular tourist destination.
It's tricky to find, and parking is tricky, but once you get there it's really worth it. The water stretches for miles, and you can wade forever, so it's perfect for kids. The beach itself is quite narrow, so on a busy day it can be a little crowded. Get there early to guarantee parking and a good spot on the beach.
4.5 based on 297 reviews
Thirteen miles of undeveloped, protected beach, part of an effort to preserve the natural beauty of the Islands.
A gorgeous beach. It was after Hurricane Irma so there was water and downed trees and a displaced boat. Despite this, you could still see the beauty of the park.
4.5 based on 550 reviews
It's a little challenging to find the public entrance to the beach but once we did it was really beautiful. Big conch shells all over the beach and you can take them it you want. We were lucky to see the kite surfers since it was super windy the day we were there. We had the beach to ourselves! Definitely worth taking a drive to find this gorgeous beach!
4.5 based on 214 reviews
Island in the Turks and Caicos Islands, the only place in the world to see the endangered rock iguana in its natural habitat.
Spectacular scene with countless boats amassing here to enjoy an outdoor party with dj's and music. The water was fabulous and the ambiance electric!! Lovely beach for just this occasion!
A must do for anyone looking to enjoy the best in life; people, beautiful water, amazing beach and a togetherness vibe!
One love, one life; reconnect with people!
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