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We were in TCI during the off season mid Sept and beach was very low key and not many people, there were many resorts that lined beach but again there were not many people so visiting was nice as we had the beach to ourselves
We stayed at Seven Stars Resort on Grace Bay Beach (see my review of the hotel). The beach is beautiful and the water is even prettier. Several days we were here the water was so clear you could see 20 to the bottom.
Beautiful sand, else overrated.
We usually go to Jamaica every March, but thought we would try the Turks and Caicos. They consist of low scrub islands which we find very unattractive compared to Jamaica. In Jamaica you have hills rising behind the beach, covered in...More
Such a pretty place! The sand is white and the water is a perfect shade of turquoise fading to blue! We were there late August and found the beach uncrowded and peaceful. The water was a little rough one day, but still able to get...More
There’s a reason why Grace Bay is the number 2 beach is the whole world. The water seemed out of a post card. The sand is really white and soft. My daughter likes to collect sea shells and she had a hard time finding any....More
Beautiful Beach-- lots of room to spread out, water is great , very clean white sand both on the beach and also in the water itself.... water sports if you want --- if you are staying at a resort, then great chairs and umbrellas for...More
Best snorkeling from shore spot is Smith's reef, far west end of Grace bay. You will need a car to get there. The parking lot is down a small road past a few really nice houses that front the beach. You need to walk down... More
Best snorkeling from shore spot is Smith's reef, far west end of Grace bay. You will need a car to get there. The parking lot is down a small road past a few really nice houses that front the beach. You need to walk down the left side out to the point, then turn right to get out in front of the nice houses. Beach is public and very few people find their way out there. Reefs are within 200 ft of shore.