Kenzie’s Corner

We are so proud to say that Mackenzie Tewksbury, of our own Kenzie’s Corner, is now a published author!  Bravo Kenzie!!! Please see her article in the latest WhereWhenHow TCI edition!!! And just so you know, the UnderSea Explorer is is a semi-submarine that can carry up to 16 passengers of all ages and physical […]

Yummylicious Spiny lobsters in Turks & Caicos

Photo courtesy of Grace Bay Club Lobster Season is alive and well in the Turks & Caicos Islands!! Caribbean spiny lobsters inhabit the tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of Mexico. Spiny lobsters get their name from the pointy spines that cover their bodies to help protect them from predators. […]

Payback Festival delivers in Salt Cay TCI

Wed, May 20, 2015  – courtesy of the Turks & Caicos Sun The tiny sleepy island of Salt Cay, home to approximately 60 residents, was the place to be on Saturday, May 9, 2015, where the second annual Payback Festival was held. The event was staged to foster community pride in one of the Turks […]

The beautiful beaches of Turks & Caicos Islands

Surrounded by the world’s third-largest coral reef, the Turks and Caicos Islands have some of the finest powdery-sand beaches and most ethereal turquoise seas in the world. Most are just minutes away from an airport, and you’ll rarely have to vie for beach space with anyone else. Tour boats can whisk you to uninhabited cays […]

Providenciales, world’s most beautiful island

Providenciales has been ranked the world’s most beautiful island according to Trip Advisor and the 2015 Travelers’ Choice Awards. The award is based on a system that takes into account the quantity and quality of opinions and comments on hotels, restaurants and attractions from around the world over a 12-month period. Commenting on the award, […]

North & Middle Caicos, TCI, by Mackenzie Tewksbury

North & Middle Caicos, written by TCI blogger ‘extrordinaire’, Mackenzie Tewksbury “Toto, I’ve a feeling we aren’t in Kansas anymore. Or should I say, Dad, we aren’t in Provo anymore. That is exactly how I felt after the half hour ferry ride to North Caicos, piling into a island Land Rover, and riding down rickety […]