Amphibious Adventure Travel draws on its extensive first hand knowledge to bring you some of the most exciting adventures in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Providenciales has Grace Bay beach, but to discover the best Turks and Caicos beaches you need to explore a little further afield. And don’t stop there. The sister islands all offer something different from each other. Whether it’s the scenery, ambiance, people, historical buildings, cave systems or just the amazing turquoise water and white sand beaches; there is something very special and unique about every island.

To say that the beaches are uncrowded is an understatement. The population of the Turks and Caicos Islands is very small. Middle Caicos is home to 200 people and East Caicos is the largest uninhabited island in the entire Bahamas and Caribbean region. There are so many uninhabited cays and remote parts of the islands that you can quite literally explore the beaches and coastline on your own, or barely see another soul all day long. And that’s hard to beat.

Amphibious Adventure Travel McCArtney Cay South Caicos Sailrock
McCartney Cay, South Caicos.

The following pages provide information about the different islands worth considering as part of your vacation agenda and you will find sample ‘multi-day adventure’ itineraries available for download. They include what you can do on the island, what to look out for and options on where to stay and eat. So whether you’re exploring for the day or heading to the outer islands for a while, contact Amphibious Adventure Travel and discover the wild side of the TCI.


We work with the best in the business to promote true eco-tourism experiences. It is very important to us that we:

  • Work with local guides,
  • Utilize island services,
  • Support local conservation initiatives,
  • Minimize impact to the environment,
  • Promote an understanding of the history, culture & wildlife of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Responsible and sustainable tourism is essential for the future of the Turks and Caicos Islands. It vital that we all help protect the environment, manage its resources and preserve the heritage and culture of these unique islands. By doing so we can enjoy the Turks and Caicos today and protect them for future generations tomorrow.

Click on these links to start discovering your favourite wild place:

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Famous Turks and Caicos Beaches at Mudjin Harbour on Middle Caicos



Explore East Caicos Caves



View of Cockburn Harbour and Dove Cay in South Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands