My experience in Turks & Caicos was so fun with Delta Vacations! We visited Wymara Resort and Villas,The Sands at Grace Bay, The Shore Club and The Palms.
Dining was amazing at every resort. Wymara’s Stelle and Zest restaurants were both excellent. Stelle is very upscale while Zest is located closer to the beach is more laid back. Pink is a very cute bar located right on the beach - great cocktails and fun bartender with live music Wednesday and Saturday nights.
Hemingway’s at the Sands at Grace Bay was quite good. The food was great and it offered selection for those of us with allergies. It has a really fun atmosphere and sits in front of the beach. Hemingway’s also has food and drink service for the beach. The French fries are fantastic!
We had the spa lunch at the Palms. It was not our favorite, but it is popular. For people who chose to dine at the spa, there is a small chilled soup, salad, choice of chicken, seared tuna or shrimp and a healthy dessert. At The Shore Club we dined at Sui Ren for both breakfast (complimentary) and dinner. All were wonderful.
We had lunch at Da Conch Shack on Saturday. Da Conch Shack is very popular with both tourists and locals. The restaurant sits right on the beach and has some of the best rum punch in the Turks. While it focuses on Conch dishes, they have a wide variety of options. The Jerk Chicken Tacos were fantastic! I would tell clients to expect to spend $100.00 for two for a meal and drinks. The drive and prices are worth it alone for the amazing view!!
We also participated in the hour Snorkel Tour through Caicos Dreams. We were picked up/dropped right at the beach at the Wymara. The tour was four hours and the snorkeling was great. The boat also has a slide and diving boat. The tour took us to Shell Island and Iguana Island. The crew was a ton of fun!
The Fish Fry is held every Thursday night. It is a five minute walk from the Wymara and is very popular with tourist and locals. There are many food vendors and areas to shop. The vendors offer beautiful products, much nicer than the typical trinkets. You must visit Wellington Michael…he makes beautiful jewelry with Grace Bay Sand.