Singing Providenciales' praises is easy. It's home to what is frequently voted to be 'the best beach in the Caribbean,' provides enough outdoor activities to tire out even the most enthusiastic of adrenalin junkies, and has an incredible package of natural attractions which include Glow Worm Sunsets, created believe it or not by the mating ritual of marine worms.
Follow the Bight Reef Snorkel Trail where you can read underwater signs about the marine life, tee off at the Turks & Caicos' only 18-hole golf course, try to win big at the local casino, or put on your dancing shoes and head to a night of music and merrymaking in Turtle Cove. Despite the enormous variety of activities and attractions you can find on Providenciales vacations, there are still a great deal of quiet spots on the island where you laze on the beach or snooze in a hammock. You will never see waters anywhere else quite the particular shade of blue as they are in Chalk Sound, but if you want to paddle farther out for a few hours away from island life, the nature reserve of Iguana Island is just a short trip away and you can while away your time trying to spot these endangered reptiles among the rocks.