How does a brazen, tropical and sporty summer in Turks and Caicos sound? Maybe some local events will nudge your travel bug:
The oldest native event in Turks and Caicos, this celebration on South Caicosis is just over an hour ferry ride from Providenciales.
Just a short ferry ride away to this fun-filled crab celebration at Bambarra Beach on Middle Caicos.
The 19th annual IGFA Billfish Release Tournament is held directly at Blue Haven Marina. The winner will be able to represent the Turks and Caicos Islands at the 2014 IGFA Offshore World Championship in Costa Rica.
An open water swimming competition for amateur and professional swimmers that will be held at Grace Bay Beach.
An annual kiteboarding festival is held on Long Bay Beach, perfect for family water sports activities.
If you’re looking for the perfect resort to stay at Turks and Caicos, the new Blue Haven Resort and Marina lives up to the hype. A standard garden view room goes from USD $300 – $450/night depending on your travel dates. The property features a 78-berth IGY Marina and easy access to the 40 islands and cays that make up Turks and Caicos. The resort is a convenient point to attend a number of events in the destination this summer ranging from regattas to food festivals.
The resort is located on the Leeward side of Providenciales, making it the perfect place to enjoy even non-motorized water sports, beach volleyball, horseshoes and a waterfront infinity-edge swimming pool.
Deal of the moment: Now through October 15, 2014, travelers can save 15% and receive a generous resort credit on all one, two and three bedroom suites.