The Turks and Caicos are great escapes for those looking for Caribbean fun. With that unbeatable Caribbean sunshine and endless crystal clear water, there are few islands in the world that say more for the tropical island ideal that the Turks and Caicos. But if you’re with family, sometimes the endless beach days can be cumbersome to little ones, and lo’ – you’re looking for something to do in the Turks and Caicos that the whole family can enjoy. Well, look no further, sundrenched traveler, here are some great family-friendly things to do in Grand Turk.
Category: Things To Do
January 6, 2014
There’s little doubt that the Turks and the Caicos offer a lot for Cruise visitors. With an abundance of abandoned white sand beaches and beautiful diving sites, stopping over in the Turks and Caicos is one of the highlights of any Caribbean vacation. Long an overlooked stop in the Caribbean, the Turks and the Caicos offer what many other Caribbean islands have lost – an easy, slower pace of life.
December 10, 2013
Found yourself on New Year’s Eve in the Caribbean? Fancy a nice spot to do a bit of partying? As any traveler to the Caribbean knows, the Caribbean is wonderful for island sun, coconuts, white sand beaches, and snorkeling and lazing about to your heart’s content. But when it comes down to some actual partying, and better yet, ringing in the New Year, where’s the best place to go for New Year’s in the Caribbean?
December 7, 2013
When people think about where they want to go in the Caribbean, islands like Saint Lucia, Barbados and the Bahamas often come to mind. In the Bahamas specifically it is common to head to the island of Nassau, enjoying the white sand beaches, luxury hotels and the many attractions at the opulent Atlantis Paradise Island; however, the next time you take a trip to the Caribbean you may want to consider a Bahamian destination you haven’t heard of: The Exuma Cays.
November 25, 2013
Found yourself floating in the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean this Christmas? Wondering what exciting, notable, and festive things there are to do there? You’re in luck. The Caribbean blends a great mix of tropical island tradition and conventional western orthodox holiday meaning to make the Christmas in the Caribbean both a new and time-honored event.
November 11, 2013
St. Lucia is a Caribbean island filled with adventure. Known as the Nature Island, St. Lucia has luch tropical rainforest, spectacular cliffs, and more underwater adventure than you could shake a leafy stick at. These things make St. Lucia a dream Caribbean island escape, and if you’ve got your family in-tow, there are little better islands to explore. Here are some great ways to enjoy St. Lucia with family.
October 28, 2013
Dominica bills itself as a nature lover’s Caribbean haven, and this small but vibrant Caribbean island is just that. If you prefer outdoor adventure to thumping clubs or trendy hotspots, then Dominica is for you. You can literally lose yourself in over 300 miles of hiking trails, health spas, dive sites, cultural festivals, and rushing rivers, and thus Dominica is the island destination of adventure lovers.
October 14, 2013
Bonaire is a unique little island in the Caribbean, technically a principality of the Netherlands. And while the long history of this Caribbean island makes for interesting cultural adventures, the main attractions of Bonaire are like those you’ll find on other Caribbean island escapes – idyllic beach and vibrant nature. To this extent, here are some great things to do in Bonaire.
September 16, 2013
The phrase goes something like this: “Discover Dominica: The Nature Island.” And with a catch-phrase like that, you’d expect the island to be filled with, well, nature. And it is. This wonderful little Caribbean island is packed with jungle and white sand beaches that have made the Lesser Antilles famous for honeymoon or vacation retreats. Volcanic peaks, boiling water, sulfur rocks, spectacular diving, and rain-forest canopies make Dominica unlike any other island in the Caribbean.
September 2, 2013
Whether you’re on the Dutch or French side of this exotic Caribbean island, you’re sure to have a great vacation. Most Caribbean escapes involve plenty of sunshine and beach time, and while St. Marin and St. Maarten have beachy coastline in spades, sometimes it’s nice to get up off the sand and be active. Exploring the island on foot with a hike is a great way to see all the great outdoors, so if you’re looking for a hike while on St. Martin, here are your best options.