Providenciales, nicknamed "Provo", is an island in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The island has an area of 98 km² and a population of 6,600. Edit this section or read more

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Hotels and lodgingEdit

Since Providenciales, or Provo, is the most developed island of the Turks and Caicos archipelago, hotels and lodging here to suit every budget and every taste. The westernmost island, Provo is a center for yachting, and boaters come from all over the Caribbean to refuel and restock, and also to enjoy the turquoise waters and white sand beaches Provo is famous for. There is plenty to do on this island, from exploring the cays surrounding White Chalk Sound, to boating along Sapodilla Bay, Copper Jack, Turtle tail and Long Bay.

While the island is a favorite of boaters, the majority of Provo's visitors arrive via the international airport, which links the Turks and Caicos, via direct flights with Miami, New York, Toronto and London. The airport is located just off of Grace Bay Beach, considered the gem and main attraction of the Turks and Caicos.

There are plenty of kinds of accommodation to choose from in the Grace Bay Beach, including guest houses and budget inns, as well as Turks and Caicos resort hotels and villas. The stable government and attractive investment environment have contributed towards a carefully managed real estate boom over the past two decades. Turks and Caicos hotel have catered to honeymooners by offering Turks and Caicos weddings.

The Sands at Grace Bay is a perfect place to spend your Caribbean vacation.



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