Traveling to the Turks and Caicos with kids? There is plenty to do with kids of all ages, even a kid your own age!
Enjoy big beautiful pools without the daily price! The kids will love the water park and a lazy river. There is also a fun surf simulator. All food and drinks are included so get the kids as many smoothies as they can drink. Grab two lunches and dinners until your pass runs out at 6. Borrow a kayak or a Hobie Cat and enjoy and head to Little Water Cay (Iguana Island). Price: $500/adult and $250/kid per day.
Area: Grace Bay - (649) 946-8000
The Kid’s Town programs at Grace Bay Club are for kids of all ages. Kids 4 and under need to be accompanied by an adult. Kid’s Town on-site programs run from 9-4 daily and some evenings. Parents are asked to register their children 24 hours in advance for On-Site Program. Reservations can be made by contacting the Kid’s Town Manager, Morgan at 231-5437. Off-property “kid’s only” excursions happen almost every day for an additional fee, but do have minimum and maximum numbers, so please sign up early and reserve a space. 24 hour cancellation fee applies and 48 hour advance booking requested. 1/2 day and full day rates are available. 9am-1pm $60, 9am-4pm $90.
Area: Grace Bay - (649) 231-5437
Another great way to experience Turks and Caicos marine life if to SNUBA. What is it? It's a combo of snorkeling and scuba of course. You can go deeper than snorkeling but you don't need to know how to scuba. Kids over 8 can dive to 20 feet and their breathing device is floating on the water. Get down there and see awesome tropical fish and SEA TURTLES! It's awesome. Plus you get the awesome Jodi Taylor taking you out, she's amazing!
Area: Turtle Cove, The Bight - (649) 333-7333
Try a ride with Provo Ponies. Ride a rescue pony right into the water. It's magical!
Little Water Cay is a small island off the tip of Provo and is referred to as Iguana Island. The animals aren’t scared of visitors, so children can see these iguanas up close and personal. We've been there, it's pretty cool.
Outback Adventures offers a pirate adventure boat ride every Wednesday for those who want to explore pirate caves. A BBQ lunch, unlimited drinks, great views in a glass bottom boat, and pirate lore are all included.
Area: West Bluff - (649) 231-0824 or (649) 941-5810
For kids that can’t get enough of the water, SURFside Academy is an excellent option. Not only do they offer supervised lessons for a wide variety of water sports, but they offer daily camps for visitors and residents. Field trips, crafts, water sports, and a whole lot more are available to children. Older children can participate in teen camps requisite with activities befitting an older, more experienced child.
Area: Grace Bay - (649) 231-5437
Scuba diving isn’t for everyone, especially if you have young children. Thanks to a glass bottom submarine you can take an hour-long underwater ride and explore the waters of the Turks and Caicos. Caicos Tours offers this experience daily. They actually have a mermaid adventure and a turtle reed adventure.
Area: Turtle Cove - (649) 231-0006
We have not been, but we have heard that the The National Environment Centre is a fun and educational way to spend a couple of hours out of the sun. There are exhibits on the coral reefs and ecosystems of the islands, as well as information about the research projects being done around TCI. Located in Provo, the environmental center is an attraction for any kids who love science and nature.
Area: The Bight - (649) 941-5122