What you will do
Every month after the full moon, a natural phenomenon lights up the ocean, creating the appearance of twinkling stars in the sea.
These warm waters are home to hundreds of fish, including the yellowhead jawfish, the triggerfish, the razorfish, the flying gurnard, the angelfish and many more
The chances of bumping into a hawksbill sea turtle are very high in these beautiful, crystal-clear waters
Little Water Cay, most commonly referred to as Iguana Island, is home to a few specimens of the Cyclura carinata, a critically endangered species endemic to the Turks and Caicos islands.
Playful dolphins love to follow ship trails and swim with divers
Grace Bay is full of giant corals, tropical fish, sea turtles and nurse sharks, making it the perfect place for snorkelling enthusiasts
Take an adventurous kayak excursions through the mangroves
Nurse sharks, Hammerheads and tiger sharks can all be seen swimming in these waters
Discover this archipelago’s culinary culture, history and traditions with a guided gastronomical tour through some of the islands’ best restaurants
Between January-February and April-March thousands of humpback whales migrate from the northern Atlantic through these islands
Princess Alexandra National Park
The Princess Alexandra National Park, a 2643 hectares coastal and marine park, is the perfect spot for snorkelling enthusiasts
Temperatures, what to visit,
flora and fauna, how to get there,
culture and cuisine, safety
Marta from Florence, May 11, 2017
Amazing 8 days. Impossible to get bored. Snorkelling, iguanas, food, tropical fish, people.. amazing!
Moreno from Roma, June 9, 2018
Great resort, amazing beaches, delicious food and exciting snorkelling trips with thousands of amazing sea creatures!
8 thrilling days
Tobia from Varese, April 5, 2019
WOW! This archipelago is unique. The resort and diving center get 5 stars each. Incredible staff. Thanks a lot guys!