Grand Turk is a small Island separated by more than 20 miles from the rest of Turks and Caicos.
Of all the things to do in Grand Turk, wall dives — characterized by vertical descents alongside the edge of coral reefs or other underwater terrain — might be the most dramatic. Grand Turk is home to a 7,000-foot drop a quarter mile from Duke Street beach. The Grand Turk Wall is known as the "Grand Canyon of the Caribbean."
A shipwreck abandoned on Governors beach on Grand Turk
On a cruise to Grand Turk, you can explore the oldest excavated European shipwreck — the Molasses Reef Wreck, from 1515. Discovered in West Caicos, it is on display at the Turks and Caicos National Museum in Cockburn Town. The museum is inside Guinep House, one of the island's oldest buildings. Other fascinating shipwrecks are on display, including a Spanish vessel.
The locals of Gibbs Cay are eager to meet you — they also happen to be stingrays. The harmless rays dwell off this small, seven-acre island, also known as Stingray City. A short boat ride gets you to one of the most enjoyable things to do in Grand Turk. You can snorkel and get acquainted with these sweet creatures.
On a cruise to Grand Turk, you'll discover that these islands are best known for conch (pronounced conk). Visitors will find this shellfish in all forms — curried, fried, stewed or in a salad — and at nearly every island eatery. Try the conch fritters at Jack's Shack Beach Bar & Grill for a mouthwatering bite.
Upon arrival on your cruise to Grand Turk, pick up souvenirs near the pier or venture into Cockburn Town, where you'll find authentic wares at the Turks and Caicos National Museum gift shop, including local artisan handcrafts such as woven hats from the Middle Caicos Co-op.
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