A trip to Turks and Caicos can only be described as a string of days where your vocabulary is blissfully limited to repetitive “wow’s” “oooo’s” and “ahh’s” — the kind of reaction reserved for an audience watching a fireworks display on the 4th of July.
The water is so blue it plays tricks on you. As you scroll through your camera roll you’ll wonder if your phone accidentally slapped a filter on every photograph.
Grace Bay Beach in Turks and Caicos is the #1 beach in the world this year. Yet, looking around as we secured our beach chairs in the sand, Pinot Gris chilling in stainless steel water bottles and US Weekly’s promising us all the fake news our hearts desired, it wasn’t at all crowded. There were no vendors trying to sell us hammocks, or a million and one watersports companies trying to get us to spend $100 for a 10-minute parasail. It is everything a beach should be.
The rest of the trip was just as serene. Calm water, clear skies, full hearts. Okay, I’m sounding a little like a heart to heart between Coach Taylor and Tim Riggins, but you get the idea. Enjoy these photos of our week-long adventures through Turks and Caicos. I hope they inspire you to book a trip to this diamond in the
ruff ridiculously clear Atlantic Ocean.