I need some advice on what to do during my first time trip to TCI. My boyfriend and I (late twenties and early thirties) are arriving to Provo in early November on a Tuesday and will be departing on Monday. We are attending a wedding during our stay, which doesn't leave us with much free time to enjoy all that TCI has to offer. I would love to get opinions on what places are a must-see/must-do. Keep in mind we have about 3 free days to do what we want.
After reading numerous reviews on TA, I'm looking forward to our stay at the SS resort. The majority of our dining will be at the SS resort for their complimentary breakfast and the soon to be married couple are paying for their guests' dinner with open bar each night (YES!!!). My boyfriend and I plan on renting mopeds. Where should we go for lunch? We aren't looking for anything fancy. I definitely want to dine at The Deck for lunch, but other days we would love to venture off on our mopeds and enjoy a great lunch. I also read on some posts that some restaurants are closed?? When do they plan on opening again??
Aside from dining, I would like to get an idea of places that are a must-do/must-see. Grace Bay beach is already taken care of since we are staying at the SS resort. We also plan on doing kayaking and snorkeling at the resort, including lounging out on the beach and pool. We don't plan on doing any other water sport activities. We would much rather explore the island. Should we go to Salt Cay? Turtle Cay? I read about caves and iguanas somewhere. Any opinions on where we NEED to go? Also, does anyone recommend doing a guided moped tour?
The bride has also asked me to come up with a place where friends and family will all have a good time out out after dinner one night. We don't need a club or anything crazy. Just a fun place to enjoy some drinks and have fun.
Last, a rather large group of friends have mentioned to me they want to do a day activity together. I'm known as the event planner in the group. Any ideas of what to do? Was possibly thinking of renting a boat to go snorkeling. We're a fun bunch of mostly thirty year olds. No need for a booze cruise. The more adventurous, the better!
Please help! Any and all suggestions would be greatly appreciated!