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About Provo

Island cuisine!

Vacation in Paradise!

Turks and Caicos Islands

The Turks & Caicos Islands are situated just south of the Tropic of Cancer and 39 miles from the last island of the Bahamas chain.

Temperatures vary from 95F (35C) in summer to 75F (23.9C) in winter. The average year-round temperature is 83F (28C). The almost constant easterly trade winds temper the heat and keep our days sunny with a nice breeze.


Providenciales, also known as "Provo", is the most vivid island in the archipelago, situated on the west side of the Caicos islands. Provo is the pearl of the TCI - a flourishing island which offersall the conveniences for first class tourism from premier golf to a casino. It is an incomparable destination for one who wants to escape from stress and overpopulated cities.

The attractions of the island are the awesome beaches and the sea, as it is many times confirmed, e.g. in 'Conde Nast Traveler' magazine.The beaches are unique in their beauty and are considered the best of the entire Caribbean.

Provo is a paradise for divers, snorkelers and water lovers. Outstanding visibility, large fish, turtles, bountiful coral and sponges, breathtaking walls and coral canyons reaching back from the wall onto white sand plateaus,are all undisturbed here by the hoard of people found at other, popular destinations.

Grace Bay Beach

Even with its modern amenities, this island is still unspoilt. Grace Bay is starting point for sailing trips on a catamaran, for snorkeling and for various nature friendly water sports (no water skis, no jet skis).

The Grace Bay area is part of the Princess Alexandra National Park and therefore enjoys enforced protection by law. The beach is clean. The reef keeps high waves and debris away. The water is wonderfully warm all through the year, see temperatures on our climate table.

Great snorkeling can be found further down at Grace Bay near Coral Gardens on Grace Bay. Relax and enjoy the ever changing colors of the water!