Monthly Archives: October 2013

Favorite Places to Kayak in the Turks and Caicos Islands

Chalk Sound: Pristine and Fragile Ecosystem on Providenciales The color of the water will leave you speechless. You ask people to describe the beauty and they struggle for words. But when they do find the words, the questions often asked are: “Why is the color so blue?” or “Why is Chalk Sound so exquisite?” However,

History excursions in the Turks and Caicos Islands, Providenciales

Cheshire Hall Plantation: The Spirit of Resilience and Survival How does it come about that a place of slavery can be regarded in a constructive and practical manner? How do the people of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands find the positives at a local site where people were enslaved? The site is Cheshire

Turks and Caicos Beach Resort Receives Superb Reviews

Villa del Mar Receives 2013 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence One positive guest comment is great. But many positive reviews from all over the world is truly amazing! In fact, for the Villa del Mar Resort on Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands, the overwhelming number of glowing reviews paved the way to the prestigious

Turks and Caicos Annual Conch Festival

Villa del Mar Proud Sponsor of Upcoming 10th Annual Culinary and Culture Fest Come November, it’s time once again to celebrate all things “Conch” (pronounced conk) in the Caicos! The collection of Caribbean cuisine and culture will “conch”-quer your taste buds! It’s time for the 10th Annual Turks and Caicos Conch Festival. And this year

Turks and Caicos Beach Service Like None Other

Villa del Mar Delights With An Exceptional Beach Service Experience It’s a hot day at the beach, you’re melting and you’d give anything for something cool and refreshing. Where do you go? Who can you turn to? You, my friend, are thinking about beach service. Spending time at this beach is a highlight in any

The Lizards of Little Water Cay, Turks & Caicos

Visitors Experience A Unique Walk Through “Iguana Island” The word iguana prompts images that range from Gordon Gecko to Godzilla. But the chance to see a real iguana in its own habitat is rare to those who come from more northern climates. The Turks and Caicos comprise a multitude of “cays”, small low elevation islands