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Parques y naturaleza en Islas Turcas y Caicos

Mirador
“Chalk Sound National Park offer breathtaking views of the most beautiful turquoise/white colour water with the contrast of mangroves and little islands. Home to multi million dollar villa's because of these incredible views and exceptional places to swim at Sapadilla Bay & Taylor Bay Beaches. Las Brisas Restaurant sits on the Sound and is a great place to dine while taking in the views, whether of a rainbow or an incredible sunset. They also have a great pool with comfy seating by thier beach bar if you want to cool of and relax for a while. They rent kayaks and offer pontoon boat tours of the sound. ”
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Parque
“Thursdays evening, you cannot miss the Fish Fry in Bight Park. Starting abround 5 PM and ending... well whenever the last person leaves the place :) All kind of food vendors with the island specialties and a much better price than restaurants. Live show and sometimes a colorful local parade. ”
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Stables
“Provo Ponies does 2 rides a day at 9.30am & 3.30pm (3pm when the days are shorter). The ride takes you down roads, through trails, to Long Bay Beach where you will be able to ride your horse into the shallow waters of the Caicos banks. The most unique part of this ride is riding in the ocean. The horses love the water. 60 min group ride is $110pp.”
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Puerto / Marina
“One of the major diving operators on Provo. Diving, snorkelling & instruction.”
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Puerto / Marina
“Blue haven Resort is home to restaurants, bars and a convenience store. SALT BAR & GRILL is a casual & breezy place overlooking the mega yachts & turquoise waters of Blue Haven Marina. Serving burgers, paninis & wings. Play beach volleyball on the surrounding grounds and on occasion you can watch a movie under the stars on a blow-up screen. THE MARKET CAFE & GROCERIES offers a selection of fresh produce, sandwiches, salads, wine, beer, coffees & smoothies. The cafe has a shaded terrace overlooking the Leeward canals & the water sport marina. FIRE & ICE offers beachfront dining in a picturesque setting. ICE BAR has great cocktails that you can enjoy around one of their fire pits.”
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Beach
“SAPODILLA BEACH is a beautiful shallow & calm beach, ideal for children. To get there, take the first left after turning on to Chalk Sound Drive from South Dock Road. This road is unpaved and will be found about 100 feet down Chalk Sound Drive on your left hand side. A bit further down is TAYLOR BAY BEACH, an idyllic small bay with powdery white sand and shallow warm waters. It is accessed from Ocean Point Drive, off Chalk Sound Drive. It cannot be accessed publicly from the Sunset Bay community.”
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Island
“A sanctuary for Turks & Caicos rock iguanas and osprey, and a popular stop for island beach cruises. Often referred to as "iguana island". Bring your camera. Guides from the National Trust will answer any questions you may have. Two boardwalks and lookouts have been installed to protect these endangered iguanas and their environment. A visitor centre sells native straw work, conch shells & bottled water. Your $8 (short tour)/ $15 (long tour) entry fee goes towards preservation efforts.”
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Beach
“This protected historic site overlooks the turquoise Caicos Banks, South Dock Port, and to the north, Chalk Sound National Park. A footpath to the summit leads up from the long driveway to the defunct Mariner Inn. The attraction, in addition to the views, is numerous carvings dating back to the 1650's, made by shipwrecked sailors, or as is the more common story, wreckers waiting for their quarry.”
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Resort
“Waverunners organizes Jet Ski Safaris, cruising the turquoise waters & exploring remote beaches. They also offer Flyboard, Jetski+Snorkelling and Boat Adventures.”
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Beach
“A favourite diving destination for Providenciales' dive operators. Small sandy beaches tucked into the iron shore offer perfect picnic coves. A thriving sisal plantation in the late 1800's, some railroad tracks & ruins of Yankee Town remain.”
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Beach
“A National Historic Site. Your charter boat captain can point out cannons lying in three feet of water just offshore, that were once poised to protect the numerous Loyalist plantations in the TCI.”
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Beach
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