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Head for Regents Village or Saltmills Plaza, the main shopping hubs on the island.No trip to Turks and Caicos would be complete without tasting the national dishes - conch and spiny lobster.Protected by the reef, the waters here are perfectly calm, ideal for children and adults alike, whether you’re strolling, swimming, or simply splashing about.Some stretches of the beach lead into resorts and have loungers and parasols set up, but there are plenty of quieter areas.Keep your eye out for tropical birds as you play the holes - golfers often spot egrets, herons and even migratory flamingos while on the course.There’s plenty of good shopping around Grace Bay too - particularly jewelry, fashion and arts and crafts, including handmade baskets and paintings of local life.
With beautifully manicured greens and fresh ocean breezes, a morning here is time well spent.You can set out by yourself if you’re confident with your equipment, or opt for a guided tour through the reeds up to Little Water Cay.Known locally as “Iguana Island”, Little Water is home to a population of some 2,000 rock iguanas and not much else. Of course, not everyone enjoys days out on the water - and don’t worry, if you count yourself in that category, Turks has plenty for you too.Voted Best Beach in the World multiple times by the likes of Conde Nast Traveler, Trip Advisor and more, Grace Bay, on Turks and Caicos’ Providenciales Island, should be on every beach-lover’s bucket list.
Over 3 miles long, there’s powder-soft white sand as far as the eye can see, and incredibly bright water that seems lit from within when the sun shines - which it does, most of the time.Backed by one of the largest barrier reefs in the world, the Islands are famous for their calm waters - which makes them a fabulous destination for all kinds of watersports.