A Providenciales Vacation in the Turks and Caicos Islands takes you to a place of beautiful white sand beaches, calm turquoise sea, a reef absolutely brimming with underwater life. The Grace Bay beach is undoubtedly one of the top ten beautiful beaches in the world.
With so many to choose from, it is hard to narrow down the very best beaches.
All of this makes Providenciales a paradise vacation for families, snorkelers and divers.
Get an insight into the top 6 beaches in Providenciales.
Grace Bay is a beautiful 11 mile stretch of rock-free beach, but it is also the inevitable center of tourism and hotels. It is a wonderful beach to walk along or jog along, and as it faces west, a glorious place to see the sunset. There is a lot more to see and do on your Providenciales Vacation, and a four-wheel-drive vehicle is recommended, so you can escape from the high season crowds. This article is mainly about the beaches of Providenciales, but there are terrific snorkeling and diving sites
Long Bay Beach lies on the opposite shore to Grace Beach opening onto Long Bay itself. There are almost no hotels here, but the beach isn’t as fine and powdery as Grace Bay, but it is relatively empty and because it is very sheltered there aren’t really any waves.
You ought to visit Little Water Cay which is the only place in the world to see the Rock Iguanas in their natural habitat and you can get a glass-bottomed boat out of Turtle Cove. This makes for a great family day out, and the iguanas are incredibly tame.
Sapodilla Bay of the soft white sand beaches and the clear turquoise sea is beautiful and well worth a visit especially for children because the sea here is so calm and shallow. Itís a bit of a drive from Grace Bay but well worth the effort because of the gorgeous sunsets.
North West Point Beach is white sand, a very calm sea, good diving, and
is best known for its tiki-huts that line the coast. The tiki-huts were built years ago for a French game show like Castaway, but today they sit around the beach, giving it a South Pacific feel. There are no facilities at all here
Just south of NorthWest Point you will find Malcolm’s Road Beach and then south again Sam’s Bay. The road to Malcolm’s Road Beach is pretty bumpy at the end, and you will definitely need a four-wheel-drive vehicle, but the beach is stunning with fine white sand and almost always deserted. Great snorkeling right in this area
Providenciales Beaches shouldn’t be missed.
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