Providenciales Travel Guide

Located in the Caribbean, Providenciales is the most populated of all the Turks and Caicos Islands. (Home to the airport and a thriving tourism industry.) With turquoise waters, white sand beaches, stunning cliff walls, world class reef diving and temperatures that are always warm, it is easy to understand why this is such a great destination. There’s never a bad time to travel to Providenciales. This Providenciales travel guide will help you plan a peaceful and luxurious trip to this Turks and Caicos island destination.

When you visit Providenciales, you may be tempted to stay beachside in a constant state of calm relaxation. However, allow yourself to take a day for fun activities. The ocean proximity, not only allows for sunbathing. It opens up a host of wonderful things to see and do when you visit Providenciales.

Things Not to Miss in Providenciales

• World-class golf courses
 • Princess Alexandra National Park
 • Casablanca Casino
 • Coco Bistro to catch performing arts with a regional flavor
 • Incredible snorkeling at the coral reefs
 • Parasailing over gorgeous waters
 • Day-trips by plane to other islands

When to Go to Providenciales

With a mild tropical climate, there’s never a bad time to plan to travel to Providenciales. There are a few helpful weather tips to know, which will help you decide the best time for your visit: March has the least amount of rain, while September to December sees the highest average of rainfall. If you’re looking for warm weather, but not too hot, you may want to avoid June to August.

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