Whew! You've done it! Congratulations! You've made it through. Empty champagne glasses litter the reception area, there's still rice on your husband's tux and the flowers that you spent hundreds on are already wilting. But. You made it through the wedding of a lifetime! You're married! You enjoyed your special day! You created memories that will last a lifetime!
Little Water Cay. This tiny, uninhabited island is just a short distance from Providenciales. You can easily take a boat or kayak there. Little Water Cay is also known as Iguana Island, as Rock Iguanas are prolific there. They make their homes in the cracks and crevices of the many rock formations that populate the island and they subsist on plants, fruits, prickly pear cactuses and the occasional insect. The rock iguanas add a special treat for any visiting family or traveler. Our happy concierge will make all the arrangements for you to see them.
Thanks for Noticing Forbes! Thank You...
Forbes ~ If we’re giving points for convenience, ease of planning, flight options, water gorgeousness, available activities, local culture, and general we-know-how-to-roll-out-the-welcome-mat-for-visitors, I’m giving the blue ribbon to Turks and Caicos.
The Tuscany is proud to be the recipient of a 2013 TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Award. We are #2 out of the top 25 Hotels in the Caribbean!!! Thanks, Tripadvisor! Thanks, Tuscany guests!