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Bays and Beaches in Turks and Caicos

Being a Caribbean island, it's no surprise that Turks and Caicos is rimmed with pristine, white sand beaches. Head for Grace Bay in Providenciales if you want that quintessential Caribbean beach to relax on, or if you want more of a thrill, check out The Hole. Situated in Long Bay, The Hole is a naturally formed limestone hole that reaches more than 24 metres deep and 12 metres across. The brave adventurers are lowed down a rope to reach the depths of the swimming hole.

We also recommend a visit to Salt Cay if you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle of Provo. This tiny little island is a trip to paradise, with sugary soft sand lapped by the bluest turquoise waters you could ever imagine. The island sits on the winter migratory route of the humpback whales; you will see these majestic creatures just offshore between December and April.

If you fancy a spot of diving, head to Salt Key that is surrounded by the Columbus Passage, one of the largest reef systems in the world.