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  • Airport Shuttle (Pick-up and Drop-off)

  • Supermarket and Grocery Store

  • Shopping in Providenciales

  • Dinning and bar hopping experience

  • Late night party

  • Private Groups

  • Wedding Groups

  • The Hole in Long Bay Hills

  • Bugaloo's Conch Crawl at Five Cays (Famous Local Restaurant)

  • Cheshire Hall Plantation

  • Sapodilla Bay

  • Snorkeling at Taylor Bay

  • Las Brisas Restaurant at Chalksound



Beach Tour ( Long Bay, Sapodilla Bay and Chaulk Sound)
Explore the worlds best beaches
on your Turks and Caicos visit. Our expert guide will take you to some of the most stunning and picturesque beach locations around Providenciales.

The Hole
Located in Long Bay in Providenciales, this naturally formed massive limestone 40 foot hole is in the list of things to see. People can be lowered down a rope where 80 feet down there is a swimming hole. For adventurous souls only!

Cheshire Hall Plantation
Cheshire Hall is one of the key historic attractions on Providenciales. the 200-year old ruin s of this former cotton plantation are striking against a backdrop of modern day Provo, as the island is known locally. The building ruins have been carefully preserved by the National Trust and offer spectacular views of the island.

Blue Mountain
Home to the highest point of Providenciales, Blue Mountain, this area is almost entirely residential. A few villas are located in this area. Excellent views of Providenciales from the top of Blue Mountain.

Kitch Junkanoo Museum

The Junkanoo Museum is coordinated by Kitchener Penn, a well known islander who is head of the We Funk Junkanoo Band. Penn was hired to put on the first junkanoo festival in the Turks and Caicos in the 1980’s and what he brought to the island was a Bahamian-style festival, based on his own roots as a Bahamian. The event was one of excitement and pulsating rhythm created by ripsaws (handsaws scraped by hand), drums and percussion.

The new Junkanoo Museum features three high energy shows each day showcasing traditional dance forms and teaching visitors how the unique costumes and instruments are made. Museum guests get a chance to learn how to play Junkanoo drums (goatskin drums) complete with photo and documentation opportunities.


Looking for fun, excitement and entertainment while visiting the Turks and Caicos Islands. Our Drivers are very knowledgeable of what’s happening in the Islands so please ask for our recommendations. Click the link below to view all the live entertainment for your viewing and listening pleasure throughout your stay in Turks and Caicos click here

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