Picture The World Project, Turks and Caicos Islands


Photo by Kay Dougherty of blondebrunettetravel.com

Turks and Caicos is known for having some of the most gorgeous beaches and beautifully colored water in the Caribbean. This is Half Moon Bay Beach, a short boat ride from Provos and a natural ribbon of ivory sand that joins two tiny, uninhabited cayes. It also has a sizable colony of Iguanas among the island’s limestone cliffs and a wreck offshore for divers. It shows the beauty, the indigenous species and the sports available to residents and visitors of Turks and Caicos.

I will nominate Nola Beard at NewTakeTravels and Leah of leahtravels.com to fill in other gaps for the Picture the World Project for other states, provinces and colonies.

Thanks for sharing Kay.  I can’t think of a better scene to represent Turks and Caicos Islands.

Picture The World Project

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