Turks and Caicos Honeymoon
Newlyweds looking for a quick getaway after the chaos of the wedding weekend should look no further than a Turks and Caicos honeymoon.
Do you need to just take a book out to the beach, dig your toes in the sand, and not talk to anyone (sorry, honey) from sun up to sun down? Turks and Caicos has you covered. Or do you need to get back to work soon and want to do as many cool activities as you can in a short amount of time? Let’s face it, vacation days don’t grow on trees.
Turks and Caicos offers sailing, horseback riding, golf, and much more, and you don’t have to spend all your time getting there, since it is just a 90 minute flight from Miami.
A Turks and Caicos honeymoon offers all the things you need in a honeymoon, plus a little extra. White sand beaches with crystal clear water—check. Various fine dining options—check. No mother-in-laws—check. Famous people— check. Tony Parker and Eva Longoria honeymooned on the island.
Want a destination wedding with some privacy? Be like “Bennifer”! Mr. Affleck and Mrs. Garner chose Turks and Caicos to avoid gawkers and the paparazzi.
For the nature lover whose soul is slowly dying by being stuck in traffic (again) on a dreary grey winter day (again), Turks and Caicos is the perfect respite. Just off shore there are miles of pristine coral reefs to scuba. While you’re down there, don’t get freaked out if you start to hear strange siren sounds and it looks like a couple mountains are about to swim by. Those sounds are just Humpback whales migrating to Hispaniola.
If the new groom is a bit of a sportsman, he can choose from deep-sea fishing, reef fishing, and bone fishing. Is the new bride a water nut? Send her off to parasail, or water ski, or windsurf. Just keep an eye on that young, tan windsurfing instructor: “I don’t trust you, or your perfect hands that you keep putting on the small of my wife’s back, Antonio!”
Still not convinced? Do you need more name-dropping? Fine. Condé Nast, only the finest and most respected travel magazine on the planet, voted Grace Bay Beach the best in the world. There are over 50 restaurants to choose from after you’ve worked up an appetite high-fiving whales and beating up Antonio. And we’re not talking humdrum hotel buffet lines; we’re talking fresh local Caribbean seafood dishes. There are plenty of other options if seafood isn’t your thing.
Ladies, after dinner you can drag your knight-in-shining-armor, who saved you from that overzealous (but oh-so-dreamy) windsurfing instructor, onto the dance floor of numerous nightclubs or bars. And if you go at the right time of year you can catch the Music and Cultural festival.
Alright, you’re convinced. Whew! That took a while.
Your days in paradise should begin and end at a place like The Tuscany on Grace Bay, which is just fifteen minutes from Providenciales International Airport. The Tuscany offers 30 private and secluded oceanfront suites along Grace Bay Beach.
The intimate and luxurious resort is small enough to be romantic and large enough to have all the right amenities.
You’ll be glad to set you up with a Turks and Caicos honeymoon you won’t soon forget. Antonio is waiting.