Unplug from the city life, head to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos!

About Providenciales Airport

Unplug from the city life, head to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos!

Looking forward to unplugging from city life and enjoying a vacation in an island paradise? Head to Providenciales where you can soak in its beauty, charm, and attractions.

Often referred to as the capital of tourism of Turks and Caicos, Providenciales or Provo for short, boasts of superb beaches, friendly locals, and attractions. It might be a little touristy with a lot of development geared towards attracting travelers from all over the world, but you can easily overlook the signs of progress, and focus on enjoying what it offers. Covering a total land area of 37.5 square miles, the island is inhabited by more than 23,000 people, and is blessed with a tropical climate. It was in 1984 that a large hotel and casino complex was built in the island, thus paving the way for it to be recognized as a tourist destination. The island is also popular with retirees who love its laid back atmosphere, the reason why residential development is seeing a boom in this tiny island. Providenciales International Airport is your gateway to the island. It is served by a number of Caribbean and international carriers from the US, Canada, and United Kingdom.

The minute you set foot in Providenciales, you know you have made the right decision to enjoy a vacation in the island. The airport might be busy but the friendly locals will make you feel right at home. Choose a hotel located in Grace Bay so you can enjoy the sun, sea and sand just a few steps away from your room. Providenciales is synonymous to water activities so don’t forget to being bottles of sunblock! To make sure that you enjoy the best of Providenciales, you must visit Chalk Sound, Taylor Bay, Sapodilla Bay, Leeward Beach, Longbay Beach, Princess Alexandra National Park, Caicos Conch Farm, Anna's Art Gallery, and Art Provo. To maximize your time, you can join a boat tour, moped tour, food tour, or fishing tour.

Enjoy days of snorkeling, swimming, sun bathing, scuba diving, whale watching, kite surfing, water skiing, and jet skiing in Providenciales. Getting excited? Consult your travel agent for more details.

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