Turks and Caicos: Places to Go
The Conch Farm:
A very unusual farm and considered to be the only one of
it's kind in the world. A fascinating experience, as this is fast becoming an
island delicacy. See the process how the conchs are raised from veliger to
An interesting history comes with this very infamous building. Once a thriving
cotton plantation, the home of numerous slaves owned by the Stubbs family.
The very impressive building was destroyed in 1812 by a hurricane, the ruins
is protected by the national Trust.
Glow Worms Adventure:
A full moon brings out these very interesting marine creatures. Tours are
arranged to see the worm glow during their mating period.
Middle Caicos Caves:
This is considered to be the largest cave in the Caribbean, the limestone
caves and the limestone cliffsides are a wonderful creation of nature.
The Humpback Whales are one of the many impressive creatures in the waters
of Caicos. As their ritual go, they venture through these waters to get to
their mating ground. This is an awesome experience.