Spring Break in Paradise at the Turks & Caicos Islands

Spring Break in Paradise at the Turks & Caicos Islands

With spring break right around the corner, it’s time to plan an unforgettable family vacation to the Turks & Caicos Islands. With crystal-clear waters, powdery white sand, and an abundance of activities – all just a short flight from the East Coast – the Turks & Caicos Islands is the ideal getaway for families of all ages. We’ve compiled a list of luxurious family-friendly resorts and villas, plus activities and excursions, that will deliver endless adventure and sunshine this spring break and beyond.

Where to Stay:

  • Grace Bay Club - Grace Bay Club, located on the world-famous Grace Bay Beach offers babysitting and nannying services, an array of restaurants to satisfy even the pickiest eaters, a Teen X-Treme Program and an on-property ‘Kids Town’ with crafts, water sports, and more.
  • The Palms Turks & Caicos - From its spacious in-room living areas, kitchens, and laundry facilities, The Palms Turks & Caicos provides the comfort of home along one of the most beautiful beachfront destinations. Children's amenities include the Conch Kritters Club, a complimentary half or full day of scheduled chaperone activities for ages 4 through 12.
  • Beaches Turks & Caicos - Beaches Turks and Caicos is a one-of-a-kind, all-inclusive resort with a 45,000 sq. ft. waterpark, 21 restaurants, 10 pools, and endless activities for all ages. From tots to tweens and teens, there are unlimited fun activities for everyone.
  • Villa Rentals - For families seeking a more private vacation experience, villas – such as White Villas on Southeast Providenciales, or the Beachside Bungalow on Grand Turk – are the perfect option.

What to Do:

  • Horseback Riding Tours - Enjoy a guided horseback excursions along the beach with Provo Ponies, which offers a number of packages for ages 7 and older, or Unique Tours, the only company to offer sunset tours.
  • Water Activities - Enjoy snorkeling or scuba diving off the islands with vendors like Dive Provo and Big Blue Collective to get an up-close look at the fantastic coral and sea life. Adrenaline junkies can spend a day Kiteboarding with small businesses like TCI Kiteboarding and Kite Provo which offer both lessons and rentals. Other water activities include wakeboarding, tubing, sub-winging, and cliff jumping, as well as jet skis and paddle board rentals.
  • Island Hopping - On land, nature lovers can check out Little Water Cay, which is locally known as ‘Iguana Island’ and is home to some of the remaining Rock Iguanas that once covered most of the islands; or head to the Conch Bar Caves of Middle Caicos, the largest dry cave system in the Bahamas-Turks and Caicos Island chain, and a Turks and Caicos national park.

Image credit: Provo Ponies