Between the crystal-clear beaches, stunning coral reefs, and lively water sports scene, there is no shortage of things to do in Turks and Caicos. However, out of all of these stimulating activities, a jet ski adventure tends to stand out from all of the rest as the experience of a lifetime. Gliding across the open waters, the wind blowing in your face as you speed past islands dotted with palm trees–It’s a rush like no other.
Riding the coast on the back of a ‘ski allows you to explore at your leisure, and reach uninhabited cays and secret beaches that are cut off from the main island of Providenciales. Here at Hydro, we’ve put together this guide of the best beaches to jetski too, so that you can experience ALL of the wonders our islands have to offer.
GRACE BAY BEACH
Known worldwide for its breathtaking beauty and crystal-clear waters, Grace Bay Beach is one of Turks and Caicos’ most famous spots. The beach stretches out from the north to south Providenciales, and the water is tranquil enough to ride up to the beach on jetskis, or paddle out in a kayak / stand up paddle board. The sea on this side of the island is home to many green sea turtles, stingrays, and other colorful fishes, making it the perfect spot to enjoy some snorkeling, or simply shallow bathe in the turquoise waters and let the animals come to you!
PINE CAY‘S SECRET BEACH
Located just beyond the north coast of Providenciales, Pine Cay is truly one of Turks and Caicos’ most coveted hidden gems. This untouched paradise boasts pristine beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and a tranquil, private environment unmatched by other crowded tourist spots. There’s no shortage of things to do in this caribbean oasis: park your ‘skis and dive in to explore diverse marine life in their natural habitat, stroll down your very own private beach, or try out some jetski tricks in the shallow waters. If you're searching for an exhilarating experience combined with the serenity of natural beauty, then jet skiing in Pine Cay is a must-add to your Turks and Caicos bucket list.
LONG BAY BEACH
Situated towards the southeast of Providenciales, Long Bay Beach is a popular spot among both insiders and experienced riders. The water is shallow and perfect to whip your jet ski around, and try out some sick stunts and tricks. It is also a great place to explore the mangroves and spot turtles. The area is renowned for hosting the annual kiteboarding championship, and is the best spot to learn on island if you’re looking to check that out.
FORT GEORGE CAY
Nestled off the coast of Providenciales, Fort George Cay is another must-visit site in Turks and Caicos. Known for its rich history, this uninhabited cay was once used as a fort to ward off French invaders in the late 1700s. Today, remnants of the old fort, such as cannons and other artillery, can still be found on the beach, providing an intriguing glimpse into the past. Apart from its historical appeal, the cay is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. Its crystal-clear waters and vibrant marine life make it an ideal spot for jetskiing, snorkeling, and paddle boarding. Whether you're a history buff or an adventure seeker, Fort George Cay offers a unique blend of cultural intrigue and outdoor adventure.
LITTLE WATER CAY
Nestled in the heart of Turks and Caicos, Little Water Cay is a hidden gem that every adventure oenthusiast must explore. This untouched paradise, also known as "Iguana Island", is an ecological sanctuary teeming with the endangered rock iguanas. Visitors can observe these fascinating creatures in their natural habitat while soaking up the spectacular coastal scenery. Adding to its allure, the turquoise waters surrounding the cay offer excellent opportunities for jetskiing.
Eager to get out and explore all of the scenic, unique beaches and cays of Turks and Caicos? Browse our tour options below, and explore all your different options. Better yet, reserve your spot today, to find yourself speeding down our coastline, island hopping your way through paradise.