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Conch Snorkeling Adventure in Grand Turk

Conch Snorkeling Adventure in Grand Turk - Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands

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$92.99

Learn to dive for conch during a boat excursion on the turquoise waters of Grand Turk. A short boat ride takes you past Gibbs Cay, Round Cay, Long Cay and Cotton Cay to a shallow reef where you can snorkel and dive for the shellfish with the help of an expert guide ... More info ›

Learn to dive for conch during a boat excursion on the turquoise waters of Grand Turk. A short boat ride takes you past Gibbs Cay, Round Cay, Long Cay and Cotton Cay to a shallow reef where you can snorkel and dive for the shellfish with the help of an expert guide. After the dive, refuel with a fresh conch salad. The group is limited to 10 people, making it a great outing for beginning and experienced snorkelers alike.

In Turks and Caicos, conch is a staple of local cuisine and tasty dishes can be found on menus throughout the islands. Now you get to see how this delicacy is gathered and prepared!

Start your small-group conch diving adventure at White Sand Beach where you meet your guide. After a safety briefing and overview of the trip ahead, your guide welcomes you on the boat for a 15-minute ride to a prime conch-diving location.

En route, your boat cruises by Gibbs Cay, Round Cay, Long Cay and Cotton Cay. Stop at one of the cays to snorkel in the relatively shallow water, and learn how to dive for conch. Bob around in the warm waters as your guide instructs you on how to dive a shallow reef with your snorkel gear. Feel free to ask any questions during the tour; your guide is happy to help first-timers learn.

Colorful fish bustle around you in the warm Caribbean water as you peek through sea grass to look for conch that typically hide behind behind its sinewy blades.

After snorkeling and conch diving, hop back in your boat and cruise over to the soft sandy beach of Gibbs Cay. Here your guide demonstrates how to remove the conch from its shell and prepare it for eating. Wrap up your excursion with a snack of freshly prepared conch salad — a classic Caribbean treat!

At the end of your 90-minute tour, you are returned to White Sand Beach.

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North Creek Kayak Adventure in Grand Turk

North Creek Kayak Adventure in Grand Turk - Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos

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$105.99

Enjoy a guided kayak tour through a coastal mangrove forest on North Creek in Grand Turk. Your expert guide provides informative commentary as you explore the mangrove ecosystem and its wildlife ... More info ›

Enjoy a guided kayak tour through a coastal mangrove forest on North Creek in Grand Turk. Your expert guide provides informative commentary as you explore the mangrove ecosystem and its wildlife. Paddle an easy-to-use kayak through the lush mangrove trees that dot the shoreline waters. Choose from five departure times for your tour. All instruction and equipment is provided on this small-group tour limited to 10 people.

Meet your guide and small-group at White Sands Beach where you board your air-conditioned minivan for a short drive to the kayak launching site. En route, your minivan passes landmarks such as the former US Air Force base, the Governor's Office, the airport, the John Glenn space capsule, the courthouse, clock tower, and salt ponds. You may even see wild donkeys and horses!

When you reach North Creek, your guide provides you with kayak gear and a paddling lesson. Kayaking is fun and easy to learn, just follow your guide’s instructions and feel free to ask questions at any time. Once you have been oriented to the kayak, hop on board for a tour through the mangroves.

As you paddle along clear turquoise waters, your guide points out a variety of plants, birds, fish, and even the Cassiopea, also known as the upside-down jellyfish. Learn about the importance of the mangroves to the island’s ecosystem as you explore this stunning area.

If you want to bring your camera, mobile phone, or other electronic devices, they will need to go in a waterproof bag to protect them from water splashing into the kayak. You can snap some great photos from the kayak, but be careful with your gear!

After kayaking for about 90 minutes, head back to shore where you can dry off (it is recommended to bring dry clothing and a towel). Then return by minivan to your starting point to end your tour.

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Land and Sea Tour in Grand Turk

Land and Sea Tour in Grand Turk - Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands

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$99.99

See the highlights of Grand Turk on land and in the water during this 3-hour sightseeing and snorkeling adventure by minivan and boat. Your expert guide takes you around the island in an air-conditioned minivan to visit downtown, the Grand Turk Lighthouse, the salt ponds and more ... More info ›

See the highlights of Grand Turk on land and in the water during this 3-hour sightseeing and snorkeling adventure by minivan and boat. Your expert guide takes you around the island in an air-conditioned minivan to visit downtown, the Grand Turk Lighthouse, the salt ponds and more. Then head out to sea to visit two locations with excellent snorkeling, or stop at a small island to swim with friendly stingrays. Small-group tour with a maximum of 20 people ensures personalized attention from your guide.

Make your way to White Sands Beach to board your comfortable air-conditioned van for your 90-minute island sightseeing tour. As you travel, your driver shares informative commentary about the sights. Travel past the former US Air Force base where astronaut John Glenn stayed after his spacecraft the Friendship 7 splashed down in 1962 near Grand Turk. Note the replica of his famous spacecraft at the entrance to the island’s airport.

Head downtown where your minivan travels down historic Duke Street. Admire the 19th-century Bermuda-style homes and small businesses along the street. After exploring downtown, go north to the Grand Turk Lighthouse at the end of the island for great photo ops. Then see the old salt ponds and Salt Museum that memorializes the Turks once bustling salt trade. Keep your eyes peeled for sightings of endangered pink flamingos, wild horses and donkeys.

After getting familiar with the island’s landscape, return to the beach to embark on your snorkeling cruise in the beautiful Caribbean Sea. After a safety briefing and equipment check, a short boat ride takes you to a shallow reef where you can snorkel in calm waters. Marvel at the colorful fish, coral gardens and perhaps the sight of an eel or stingray. Your expert guide provides tips for better snorkeling and can assist you with your gear and technique.

Next, choose to do some more snorkeling or head to a pristine beach where you can swim and watch friendly stingrays gliding through the water. Your captain decides the itinerary depending on weather conditions of the day.

After about an hour of snorkeling and swimming, your boat returns you to White Sands Beach to end the tour.

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Grand Turk Bird-Watching Tour by Tram

Grand Turk Bird-Watching Tour by Tram - Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos
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Duration: 45 minutes
Location: Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos

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$34.99

Take an unique approach to typical island sightseeing with a bird-watching tour by tram. While you travel around Grand Turk with a naturalist guide to see scenic attractions like the salt ponds, you'll also catch sight of various Caribbean birds — flamingos, blue herons, whistling ducks and frigate birds, to name a few — in their natural habitats ... More info ›

Take an unique approach to typical island sightseeing with a bird-watching tour by tram. While you travel around Grand Turk with a naturalist guide to see scenic attractions like the salt ponds, you'll also catch sight of various Caribbean birds — flamingos, blue herons, whistling ducks and frigate birds, to name a few — in their natural habitats. From the comfort of the open-sided tram, enjoy excellent photo opportunities and soak up the fresh island air.

Begin your 45-minute bird-watching escapade at the tram station on the southern end of Grand Turk. After meeting your knowledgeable naturalist guide, hop aboard the open-sided tram and set off around the island.

Travel around the natural salt ponds that once provided Grand Turk with a lucrative trade and are now home to native birds like flamingos. Journey past lagoons and marshes, and stop by hidden gardens to discover local bird habitats. The possible bird species you’ll see include brown pelicans, blue herons, magnificent frigate birds, West Indian whistling ducks, stilts, hummingbirds and songbirds.

During your tour, learn about the habits and environments of the birds from your guide, and use the photos in your provided bird guidebook to identify species as you go. There will be plenty of opportunities to take photos of the birds and the beautiful tropical scenery. Your tour concludes with return to the tram station.

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Grand Turk Historical Sightseeing Tour by Tram

Grand Turk Historical Sightseeing Tour by Tram - Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos

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$30.00

See Grand Turk from top to bottom on a fun and informative tour by open-air tram that the whole family can enjoy. As the tram winds its way past churches, museums, a prison and other historical sites, a knowledgeable guide will provide narration and point out local residents like wild horses and donkeys ... More info ›

See Grand Turk from top to bottom on a fun and informative tour by open-air tram that the whole family can enjoy. As the tram winds its way past churches, museums, a prison and other historical sites, a knowledgeable guide will provide narration and point out local residents like wild horses and donkeys. Stop in Cockburn Town, explore this centuries old Bermudian, colonial style buildings. Try local food and drink and do a bit of shopping, then visit the Grand Turk Lighthouse. Learn all about the island’s once-bustling sea salt industry, witness amazing bird-life, including flamingos, herons, egrets and cranes.

Your Grand Turk sightseeing tour starts at the tram station near the cruise terminal on the southern end of the island. After boarding the open-sided tram, set off on a route that takes you all the way up to Grand Turk’s northern tip.

During the tour, your local guide will narrate with fun facts and information about the island, pointing out old churches, inns, cannons, windmills and other historical attractions, and helping you spot wild horses and donkeys. Pass by Governor’s Beach and the Space Capsule on your way to Cockburn Town, where you’ll stop to enjoy a cool drink (not included in tour price) and food tastings by local merchants. You’ll also have the chance to shop for gifts and souvenirs.

Then hop back on the tram to continue north, passing by Her Majesty’s Prison, built in the 1830s, and the National Museum, housed in a colonial building. Travel by Crabtree Park and North Creek on your way to the Grand Turk Lighthouse, perched on the northern end of Grand Turk. Built in 1852, it’s the only lighthouse in the Turks and Caicos. After snapping a few photos, head back down the island.

The journey through Grand Turk also takes you past the island’s salt ponds, known as ‘salinas.’ These remnants of the country’s old salt industry are now home to flamingos and other tropical birds. As you go by them on the tram, your guide will tell you about the natural formation of the saltwater ponds and about the history of the industry, which dates back to the 1600s.

Your tour ends with return to the tram station.

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