Scuba, snorkeling, and beachcombing are by far the most popular activities on the Turks and Caicos. If you’re looking for something else to do, read on.
On Middle Caicos, there are caves of limestone with underwater lakes and stalactites and stalagmites. A visit to the caves is truly an unforgettable experience. Contact Silver Deep (649-946-4527, www.silverdeep.com), J & B Tours (649-946-5047, www.jbtours.com), or Turkoise Excursions (649-946-5379, www.turkoiseexcursions.com) for more information on visiting the caves.
Tennis is available at a number of resorts in Provo, such as the Provo Golf and Country Club (649-946-5991, www.provogolfclub.com/tennis/). Call around to other resorts to find out which will allow non-guest use.
To arrange for a guided horseback ride, a sunset ride, or riding lessons, contact Phillip Outten (649-941-3610 or 649-241-8246, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org) or Provo Ponies (649-241-6350 or 649-946-5252, e-mail Camille@tciway.tc).
Cycling is another way to take advantage of the islands’ excellent views, and to explore some off-road tracks that lead to more secluded beaches and creeks. Many hotels and some dive operators offer bike and scooter rentals.
If you are traveling with young children, you might want to pay a visit to Rotary Park and the Bight Park in Grace Bay.