Excursions & Adventures
Turks and Caicos adopted the slogan "Beautiful by Nature" for good reason, as there are countless magnificent sights to behold both on our island of Providenciales, and beyond! From short kayak tours to full-day excursions to uninhabited islands, we have a variety of options certain to please. Our pre-arrival concierge will be happy to make excursion or activity arrangements prior to your arrival, and our expert team of personal concierges will be thrilled to discuss, recommend and book any excursion you wish after you've arrived.
Kayak: Chalk Sound Nature Reserve
Perfect for all levels of paddlers and true to its name, this ‘salt water lake’ is absolutely breathtaking in chalky blues and greens. Small uninhabited cays are scattered throughout, and its shallow depth and inland location serve to protect users from wind, currents and reef. This is an ideal place for kids and beginner paddlers as well because the water is never more than neck deep. Here you can trace the coastlines in search of birds, iguanas, juvenile fish, and explore small cays and mangrove communities.
$115 / per person
With our experienced guides explore 2-3 very different snorkel sites along the barrier reef and/or shallower scattered coral heads. ‘Manta Tow’ across the reefs behind the boat (aka, Lazy Man Snorkel). Learn the names and behaviors of the fish and coral as well as safe freediving techniques. A dedicated and true snorkel adventure.
$125 / per person
Guided Dive Trips
Private dive trips departing directly from your hotel or villa beachfront are available for certified divers. With a max group size of 6 divers to 1 instructor, our 1 and 2 tank dives run into Grace Bay and Pine Cay, or to the location of your choice. With only a 10-15 min boat ride to the world’s best diving, you can enjoy a dive and be back early with plenty of time to enjoy the rest of your day! Or charter the boat and let us take you on an adventure to the world’s best unknown uncharted dive sites (Sandbor Channel, West Caicos, French Cay, West Sand Spit).
$185 / 1 Tank Dive, approx 2 hrs
$235 / 2 Tank Dive, approx 4 hrs
All prices are inclusive of all dive gear except wetsuit & computer
Island Discovery Drop-Off
We know the secret spots for you to spend the day on your own secluded beach or uninhabited island. Board our boat and we’ll whisk you away to your island hideout, as well as provide chairs and umbrellas. We are also happy to arrange a cooler, wine, and more.
$350 / and up
The Provo Golf Club is located only one half mile from Grace Bay Club, offering an 18-hole championship golf course.
- Par 72
- 6,705 yards
- 4 star rating Golf Digest magazine 2007/2008
- Motorized carts available
- Club rental available
- Green fees – USD 165 including cart subject to change
- The resort’s concierge can arrange tee times and transportation to the golf course.
(649) 946 5991
The excitement and struggle of a Marlin diving deep, or Wahoo and Dorado darting across the wake will make for a memorable adventure, and you can expect a good workout to land the fish! No previous deep sea, boating or fishing experience is necessary for you, your family or friends. Three types of fishing activities are available nearby. The resort’s concierge can plan all of the details for you, and our chefs in The Grill will be happy to prepare your catch of the day.
Bone Fishing (Mud Fishing)
- A flat boat drifts in shallow waters allowing you to catch bonefish.
- Similar to fly fishing and spin fishing
Bottom and Reef Fishing
- Best option for fishing novices.
- Drop line and fish on an anchored boat.
- Catch includes snapper or grouper
Deep Sea Fishing
- Catch big fish including Marlin, Mahi-Mahi, Wahoo, and Sailfish
- Depth range from 180 to 7,000 feet
Providenciales is a world-renowned diving destination with PADI and other diving certification available. The island is well known for its deep-sea fishing, especially for large game fish including marlin and sailfish. Guests enjoying the sparkling waters at Grace Bay Club may find unexpected company in the form of Jojo, a people-friendly dolphin and a Turks & Caicos natural treasure.
A large area of the coast of Provo comprises the Princess Alexandra National Park within which there is no commercial or sport fishing allowed. As a result the diver benefits from a profusion of marine life, much of which remains undisturbed in its reef habitat by visiting divers. Even outside the boundaries of the Princess Alexandra National Park the dive operators all happily support a policy of reef preservation and conservation.
The perfect getaway from the mainland for a day!
Sail along the shores of Providenciales, snorkel on the barrier reef, set anchor on Little Water Cay (home of the indigenous rock iguanas), hunt for shells and sand dollars, or just relax and enjoy the famous Provo sunset.
The resort’s concierge will be happy to help you arrange your sailing adventure.