With a stunning array of activities both on land and at sea, guests of our Luxury Villa Collection enjoy virtually unlimited recreational experiences day and night, including many that are unique to our island paradise.
Explore the deserted southern shores or untouched areas only accessible by boat aboard the resort’s Lady Tamara, our 29 foot World Cat. Excursions will take you to neighboring cays to photograph iguanas, beach comb, snorkel and explore. Boat rentals can be arranged by the hour, half day or full day and can accommodate up to 10 guests.
Also known as reef-fishing, bottom fishing produces a lot of bites, a large catch and allows to you to fish in different areas, depending on tide and water conditions. Half-day group trips and full day private charters can be arranged.
Providenciales offers some of the best bone fishing in the world. Our relatively untapped waters are ideal for aspiring anglers and expert fishermen alike. Boats carry up to two guests, plus the captain, for half- and full-day excursions.
Explore the only conch farm in the world, where Caribbean Queen conch is raised from veliger to adult. See the conch farming process, enjoy a show with two trained and very friendly conchs and even purchase fresh conch. Thirty-minute tours are offered daily.
Deep Sea Fishing
The perfect geographical fishing destination, the Turks & Caicos Islands is ringed by the world's third largest barrier reef. The deep blue waters surrounding the outside of the reef are home to the open ocean species; shark, barracuda, marlin, mahi-mahi, tuna and wahoo. Half- or full day private charters accommodate all experience levels.
Glass Bottom Boats
A glass bottom boat is a great option for families who wish to explore our area's fascinating underwater life. Ideal for non-swimmers, who can view the underwater world through glass panels set into the stern of the boat, and snorkelers, who can hop overboard and explore the beauty of our coral reefs. Half-day tours and private charters available.
Golfers can enjoy a challenging 18 holes at the nearby Provo Golf and Country Club. This championship course features a natural, rugged layout, limestone outcroppings and native island flora and fauna. The club's facilities include a pro shop, a warm-up range, practice chipping and putting areas and club rentals. Fairways Restaurant and Grill provides refreshments overlooking the 18th hole.
Nine and Eighteen holes, inclusive of cart rental, can be arranged through your Personal Concierge.
For a bird's-eye view of the islands, consider a helicopter tour. Tours can be booked for 15 and 25 minutes or hourly.
An island pony takes you along quiet country roads, canals and back bush trails in the picturesque Long Bay area, ending on a stretch of deserted Long Bay Beach. Ideal for those five and up (those over 11 can ride without a parent), these one and one-and-a-half hour tours are available in the morning and afternoon.
Visit a collection of islands and beaches on this diverse eco-tour aboard a touring kayak. Explore an iguana sanctuary, kayak along mangrove channels and view marine and bird-life. Beginners are welcome and tours are suitable for the whole family. Half and full-day excursions are available and can be combined with a mountain bike tour for a full day of activity.
Sometimes called kitesurfing, kiteboarding is a fast-growing sport in Provo. Group lessons, private instruction can be arranged through your Personal Concierge.
There are many ways to get to know the Turks & Caicos Islands’ historical past. Allow us to arrange an outing with visits to Sapodilla Hill, to see rock carvings left by sailors on watch; Fort St. George Cay, to see cannons; and Cheshire Hall or Wades Green, to roam the ruins of a Loyalist cotton plantation. We can also arrange a boat charter to The Turks & Caicos National Museum, only a short day-trip away on Grand Turk to see the interactive displays and artifacts of days gone by.
Parasailing is a favorite way to see Provo. Each 15-minute flight takes you up as high as 450 feet, allowing you to spot rays and turtles in the clear turquoise waters below. For extra thrills, ask to be dipped in and out of the water during the flight. Flights for one, two, or three at a time are easily arranged.
Sailing is a great way to spend an afternoon or full day. Three-hour excursions include sailing and a light snack; full-day cruises allow extra time for snorkeling, exploring the dunes or the backside of the island, which resembles a shallow water aquarium. Party cruises and sunset cruises are also available.
At a maximum depth of twenty feet, SNUBA is absolutely perfect for family members age 8+ who want to try something new. One of the newest sports on island, SNUBA allows you to explore Provo's fascinating fringing reef teeming with sea life with a tank that floats on a raft at the surface. Guided tours of the Bight Reef for groups of up to four can be arranged.
Grab your racquet and head to the courts at Seven Stars, arrange your play time with your Personal Concierge.
Imagine touring around the beautiful inner reefs of Provo, five feet below the waves, without having to put on special equipment or even get wet. You can with on a one-hour semi-submarine tour for up to 16 guests. Tours from the Turtle Cove dock are available year-round, six days a week. Private charters are available on request.
Wakeboard & Waterski
Private instruction for waterskiing, wakeboarding, tubing and waterskating is available for enthusiasts of all skill levels. Private charters may include up to four riders/skiers for tours of one hour, up to a half or full day.
Hundreds of Humpback whales make the journey from the Stillwater Banks in Canada to the warmer waters of the Mouchoir Banks, their winter breeding ground in the Caribbean. See them migrate through the Turks & Caicos on a whale watching excursion to Salt Cay, January through April.
Windsurfing Provo offers windsurfing equipment rental for beginners through advanced surfers, as well as one-on-one lessons in Grace Bay.