I’m Jacob Laukaitis, a 21-year-old digital nomad. I’m an avid traveler and have already been to more than 35 countries in the last almost 3 years. I can travel 9-10 months per year because I am location independent entrepreneur – I’m a co-founder of ChameleonJohn.com. My travels are partially sponsored by Travel-Ticker.com to whom I am very thankful!
The islands of Turks and Caicos are famous for its beachfront beauty. With a population of not more than 30,000, these islands are completely unspoiled. People who love peace and want a more secluded experience would always love to visit these places to enjoy the beauty of the 12 mile beach.
You want to have a small adventure? Then, you can take a catamaran cruise at sunset and watch the Caribbean’s paradise. Or you want to do some snorkeling? The island is filled with aquatic and marine life such as sea turtles and game fish. There are also plenty of pristine coral reefs for you watch underwater.
There are also secret beaches that are clean and places that will eventually become your favourite and a dream come true. You can simply do nothing and relax at the beach and enjoy the waves.
If you opt for a game at land, then you can go for golfing. The golf courses in these islands are world class. Are you a shopping freak? Then, do a tax-free shopping. You will also get some of the best foods that you will really enjoy.
Usually, there are three types of accommodation you can choose from –
3. Rental villas or the most popular beachfront villa rentals in the Turks & Caicos
The Resort is preferred by people who do not want to search for a dining place but need privacy. The beachfront villas and guesthouses offer more privacy and more space/comfort. These villas are placed along the beach giving you comfort both in terms of stay and also ease to go about your vacation.
PLACES TO VISIT
Caicos Conch Farm –It is the only conch farm in existence. As we all know, the conch is an endangered species. But Caicos Conch Farm grows conches.
Turks and Caicos National Museum –There is a wonderful museum that takes you to the past. The most noted displays are the Molasses Reef Shipwreck and unusual collection of “messages in Bottles”.
Sport Fishing –The top spot for fishing is the South Caico. You can also choose the remote areas of North, Middle and East Caicos. Don’t forget to take a local guide with you. Also, find a fast boat to catch the largest and fastest fish. Some of the fishes that are easily available are the yellow-fin tuna, shark, barracuda and mahi mahi.
Horse Riding – Horse riding and beach? Seems like a dream? There are companies like Provo Ponies that select the horses for you based on your experience level. So, even if you are a beginner, you can enjoy the fun of horse riding at the beach.
Enjoy The Underwater World – You can also take a trip in the semi-submarine and enjoy watching the colourful fishes, turtles and coral reefs and its open for all age groups.
Enjoy the lovely sand beaches and the sparkling waves of Turks and Caicos Island!
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Everyone has their favourite time of year to travel. Maybe it’s because the weather favours a certain activity or maybe it’s because that’s the time of year they get time off of work – whatever the reason, summer for many is their time of year to get out there and love life across all corners of the Earth.
For me, summer time is when travel is at its best. Winter is great for getaways to a tropical destination to bask in the heat and autumn is perfect for taking it easy somewhere close to home but summer is all about seeing something different and getting out there with others. It is called peak season for a reason after all!
Here are some of my most enjoyed parts about travelling in the summer (as if you needed much convincing of this in the first place!).
If you love taking advantage of the night life and do most of your exploring and city lovin once the sun goes down, the summer is your paradise. Parties in the streets, festivals and just general exploring is better in the summer time. Sure, the days can get a bit much in certain locales but you needn’t rush inside because it’s too cool either. Even if you aren’t much of a partier, summer evenings extend your day trip plans by a few hours, meaning you can cram more in than you would be able to in the winter!
Beer Tastes Amazing
You don’t need to travel in order to enjoy a good beer (and it can be any time of the year too for that matter!), but the nectar of the gods does seem to take on a whole new life when you’re away from home and out and about. Every area has its own speciality beer and when paired with the hot summer days or warm nights, it can keep on flowing in the same way your cares just seem to melt away.
There are a lot of people who don’t care for thunderstorms but for me they are one of those spectacles of the season that I simply couldn’t do without. Personally, I would love to witness a thunderstorm in certain locations, like over the Paris skyline or marvelling as a bolt of lightning hits the giant lightning rod that is the CN Tower in Toronto. Getting caught in one isn’t fun, but sitting back, watching it roll in from your hostel as you hang out with new friends is a bonding experience you can’t recreate any other way.
Regardless of how much you love your job, you’d rather not have to work to live or have the things you want. If you have the kind of work that lets you take time off whenever you want, generally most people save some time for the summer. If you are a teacher with a school year that ends for summer, you truly do have the best job of all. What could be better than having two months off, uninterrupted to just kick back and relax and jet off to somewhere amazing? Nothing – and that’s why everyone is so jealous!