The Best of Caicos

Half-day: 4 Hours | $1,400 Full-day: 7 Hours | $2,600 Up to 8 People

Exploring Turks & Caicos Islands

As an archipelago, the Turks & Caicos are made up of a chain of 40 islands. Only eight of those 40 are inhabited, and we love taking our guests off the beaten path to some of those secluded islands and cays where, on most days, you won’t find another soul in sight.

We believe your tour of the Turks & Caicos should include the best our islands have to offer. That’s why our island hopping itineraries include only our favorite stops. Search for sand dollars on the stunning Fort George Cay, where you’ll also find three cannons submerged underwater from the island’s days as a fort in the late 1700s. Explore the abandoned hotel on nearby Dellis Cay, or stroll the pristine beaches of Pine Cay. Want to get as far away from the mainland of Providenciales as possible? Spend a full day falling in love with the many remote beaches of North Caicos, and get a close-up glimpse of star-studded Parrot Cay, a tropical haven where several renowned celebrities are known to escape, along the way.

Our 33’ Grady White can even take you to the wild, uninhabited West Caicos. The diversity of the island on each side will make you feel as if you’re visiting two different islands rather than one. On the east side, enjoy miles and miles of untouched sandy beach that gives way to calm, crystalline waters. On the west side, explore the rugged iron shore and hidden coves among it, begging for a closer look with a mask and snorkel. And land doesn’t disappoint either, with West Caicos boasting the 500-acre saline Lake Catherine and ruins from the 1800s.

Pricing Chart

Half-day Charter
Up to 8 People
$1,400 US
  • + 12% Government Tax
Full-day Charter
Up to 8 People
$2,600 US
  • + 12% Government Tax

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