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Top all-inclusive deals in the Turks and Caicos

Spread on the outer edge of the Caribbean Sea, the Turks and Caicos Islands promise exceptional beaches and thrilling underwater adventure. Here are some of the best all-inclusive deals in the Turks and Caicos for a great time with family and friends.

Hop to the Island

Snorkeling and island hopping will keep you busy throughout this 4-night long vacation. Do not forget to pack your bathing suit and an underwater camera. Settle into your oceanfront luxury suite at The Venetian on Grace Bay at Providenciales. Snorkel at Coral Gardens Reef and be mesmerized by the carnival of colors concealed under the limpid waters of the Caribbean. After that, you will be ferried to the Amazing Wall. This coral reef with a depth of 25-30 feet plunges to the depths of over 7,000 feet! If you are a wall-diving enthusiast then you are in the right place.

The next day, charter a boat and go on a picnic to a secluded beach. Firstly, go island-hopping across some of TCI’s spectacular islands like Big Water Cay, Fort George, Iguana Island, and Half Moon Bay. Later, snorkel at Turks and Caicos barrier reef, the third largest in the world. After this, go on a unique conch hunting adventure. Step into the shallow waters and your guide will teach you how to gather them. Finally, feast on gourmet sandwiches, conch salad, along with local beer, TCI style rum punch, and refreshing sodas.

Making Memories

This 4-night long vacation is tailor-made for those seeking to celebrate togetherness or to rekindle a romance. You will be staying at the plush Grace Bay Club at Providenciales. Hop on a private boat and go snorkeling at Grace Bay Beach. Polychromatic fish like butterfly fish, damselfish, indigo hamlets, parrotfish and more add streaks of color to the reef. After this underwater splash of color, share a romantic evening on a sunset cruise with your partner. It is just you, your loved one and the calm ocean. With the sky glowing crimson red, sip on fine wine or rum accompanied with cheese.

The next day, go on a private half-day beach and snorkeling excursion. First of all, head to Little Water Cay, also known as Iguana Island to see rock iguanas basking under the sun. Later, you will be ferried to Fort George Cay where you can saunter on a secluded beach or collect seashells. In the noon, snorkel at Pine Cay or Grace Bay Beach. Observe all the underwater creatures in this giant live exhibit. Creatures of all sizes and shape will dart and zip past you in all directions enlivening the reef in a myriad of colors.

Sail On

The Sail On vacation package for four nights is perfect for those who love the sun, sand, and sea. Rest at the luxurious COMO Parrot Cay on a tranquil private beach. Wake up fresh to go on a thrilling fishing excursion. Cast your lines into the Caribbean with the hopes of hooking a sailfish, blue marlin, white marlin, or other native fish. If you are lucky, you can catch a tuna, wahoo, mahi-mahi or a mackerel. Save them in the cooler onboard to be cooked later as per your wishes and savored.

The following day, embark on a private cruise to visit the Grand Turk Island. Just like all things TCI, the place has shallow waters perfect for swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding and of course, snorkeling. After a few hours of merry underwater, head to a BBQ set up on the island. Pair this ravishing meal with exotic beverages and drinks from the open bar.

Just an eye shot away from the Grand Turk is the world-famous Gibbs Cay. Enter waist length placid water to be invited by a stream of stingrays. Astounding at first, these docile creatures will fascinate you for sure. Any day on TCI is undone if you do not snorkel. Suspend yourself in a glassless aquarium and be enchanted at the sight of damselfish, indigo hamlets, parrotfish, turtles, and barracudas. Warm yourself after a few hours of swimming by lying on the warm sand and be sun-kissed.

These all-inclusive deals in the Turks and Caicos Islands will leave you sun-kissed, full of indelible memories, and an exotic conch as a souvenir.

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