Turks & Caicos Islands

5 Days
DAY 1

Providenciales - Grace Bay

Step aboard your yacht in providenciales and cruise to the north of the island. The world famous Grace Bay Beach is located on the northeast coast of the island of Providenciales. This pristine beach is the hallmark of the Turks and Caicos Islands, and the recipient of many designations, awards, and accolades. Grace Bay Beach is home to nearly all of the large and luxury resorts on Providenciales, and much of the boat and water sports traffic that takes place near Providenciales occurs in the shallow waters between the beach and barrier reef.
DAY 2

Grace bay - Fort George Cay

Fort George Cay (originally known as Fort St. George Cay) is a tiny scenic island found between Parrot Cay and Dellis Cay. The island is uninhabited and is popular with locals and visitors alike as a boat cruise destination.
DAY 3

Fort George Cay - Parrot Cay

The first resort to bring Asian style to the Caribbean, Parrot Cays the ultimate-island idyll. Parrot Cay is a Caribbean private island resort in the Turks and Caicos—an archipelago of eight principal islands and more than 40 smaller cays, of which Parrot Cay is one. Rich in hidden coves, pristine beaches and reefs, the islands are positioned some 925 kilometres southeast of Miami.
DAY 4

Parrot Cay - Middle Caicos

Making up the other half of the ‘twin islands’ is Middle Caicos. It is the largest island in the Turks and Caicos Islands chain. Mudjin Harbor offers breathtaking views of the picturesque beaches and Dragon Cay and you can stargaze from the striking limestone cliffs along the coast. Take a piece of the Island home with you by purchasing a straw hat, purse or wallet, hand woven by the charismatic and industrious people of the island. Middle Caicos is also home to beautiful Bambarra Beach, an impeccable beach camping site and also the scene of the annual Valentine’s Day Cup.
DAY 5

Middle Caicos - Grand Turk

Grand Turk Island in the Turks and Caicos is a must-visit destination during your cruise itinerary. This is a port of call when you really should get off the ship to take in the stunning beaches, experience excursions and take in the local culture. This beautiful sleepy island has gorgeous white sandy beaches with sparkling blue waters and is packed with historical and cultural beauty. Carnival Cruise Line must have noticed this too when they decided to turn the island into a cruise port in 2006.