Providenciales Vacation Rentals & Villas - 2 Rentals Available
2 Vacation rentals
Turtle Cove Condo
- 1 bedroom 1
- 1 bathroom
- sleeps 4 4
- min stay varies
- Beach/lakeside relaxation
- Swimming pool
- Child friendly
from $172.00 / night
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Providenciales, the largest and most populated island in the Turks and Caicos, is a tropical paradise in every way. With countless beaches, waterfront Providenciales vacation rentals, and colorful festivals year-round, this island is the ideal spot for your next vacation.
Providenciales enjoys a marine tropical climate with warm temperatures throughout the year. July and August tend to be the warmest months, with temperatures in the upper 80s. December and January are usually the coolest months, with temperatures in the upper 70s. Though Providenciales is fairly dry year-round, November and December are typically the rainiest months.
To get to Providenciales, fly into the Providenciales International Airport or the nearby Pine Cay Airport. Once you're on the island, you'll find that most Providenciales vacation rentals are just 20 minutes from the airport. Plan to take a taxi to your vacation home and then ride a bike or scooter around the area, or rent a car for more advanced exploration. If you plan to drive, keep in mind that vehicles drive on the left side of the road in Providenciales.
Things to do
Start your visit to Providenciales with your pick of beaches. Grace Bay, often considered the best beach in the world, boasts clear blue water and white sand as far as the eye can see, with plenty of space for sunbathing and swimming. Nearby, Taylor Bay features calm, warm water, an ideal spot for families with small children to enjoy a beach day. Sapodilla Bay offers a quiet beach getaway, complete with stunning sunsets in the evening. No matter which beach you choose, coral reefs are always within easy reach, and humpback whales often migrate right past the island’s coast.
To get the most out of your beach experience, book one of the many tours and adventures available from Providenciales providers. Plan a day to remember with a snorkeling or a private catamaran tour with Island Vibes Tours. Book a snorkel and conch cruise or a dream day getaway with snorkeling and feasting. Alternatively, plan your own luxury tour with Caicos Dream Tours.
Don’t miss out on a visit to Chalk Sound either. The National Park is home to native Turks and Caicos Rock Iguanas, scrubby vegetation, including prickly pear cactus and exotic flora, as well as bonefish swimming in the surrounding waters. For active families, Chalk Sound is a popular spot for kayaking and standup paddle-boarding. Northwest Point National Park is the other jewel of the island, and its rocky coast is nicknamed the “iron shore.” Northwest Point has an abundance of wildlife like brown pelicans, osprey, herons, and even flamingos, but it is important to keep in mind that the choppier water here makes it less ideal for swimming.
For history buffs, Cheshire Hall Plantation is the most famous historical site on the Turks and Caicos Islands. Built in the early 1700s, the plantation stands just west of downtown Provo. Today, it offers the scant evidence of a cotton industry which failed to take off on the island.
Whether you're a fan of sports, music, culture, or food, you'll find plenty to celebrate in Providenciales. Each year, the Junkanoo Jump Up rings in the new year, with creative costumes, music, and dance. In February, the Valentine's Day Cup features a model sailboat race, with vessels constructed from local materials, and plenty of music and dance to celebrate the winner. Late spring brings the Caicos Classic Annual Release Tournament, a competition to catch the biggest marlin and an Island-wide party.
The height of summer brings the Turks and Caicos Music and Cultural Festival, with numerous acts performing soul music, hip-hop, and R&B music. The festival also includes a beauty pageant and several local food vendors. In November, don't miss the annual Caribbean Food and Wine Festival, which features chefs presenting new spins on local favorites, some of the world's best wines, and plenty of food and wine pairings. November also brings the Turks and Caicos Conch Festival, which includes a sloop sailing race, a tasting event, a conch-blowing contest, and local music and food.
With stunning beaches and dynamic festivals year-round, there's never a bad time to visit Providenciales. Book your choice of Providenciales vacation rentals early, and start planning your fun and relaxing visit to this island paradise.
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