Turks & Caicos has Been on my radar for quite sometime but the pricing just never set right with me. Naturally every resort I wanted to stay at was overly expensive, so when the opportunity presented itself, I hoped at the chance. I highly recommend the French Village or the Key West Village at Beaches.
Turks & Caicos is not an island for the budget traveler. If you’re looking for a Caribbean island to live your best life on look no further than Providenciales. The white sand and pristine blue waters are mesmerizing and honestly the views alone was worth every penny!
The Beaches Resort has 4 properties on 1 compound, there is truly something for every type of traveler whether it’s singles, families or couples. With the endless amounts of restaurants it makes it almost unnecessary to leave the resort.
There isn’t much to do in Turks, it’s really an Island to relax and enjoy the beach, but with the right crew you could be the party to rival all others. We chartered this boat, to include drinks and foods that included grill lobster and it did not disappoint! We brought our own playlist and rocked the Caribbean like it was the 99/2000. We also did the Provo ponies, and it was amazing. It was my 1st time riding a horse through the Caribbean waters and it truly was an experience!
When in Turks you must visit the Thursday night fish fry! It’s your chance to party with the locals, get some great deals on shopping and you get authentic Island food. The music is lit, it is an outdoor fest to start your trip off right!
So would I do Turks again? Sure if I wanted to relax, is it the island for the young millennial who’s main goal is party, not so much, Jamaica still holds that title!