Sunday, October 4, 2009
During our online chat (most Mondays at 2 p.m.), you ask your travel questions and we answer them -- mostly. Here's one we couldn't get to last week.
My fiance and I are going to Turks and Caicos for our honeymoon next year. I have no regrets about the location, but after some research I'm getting a little worried that there's not a ton to do there. Do you know much about this location, or is there a good travel guide for those of us who want to do more than sip cocktails at the pool?
As long as you're not into casinos and clubbing, you've got no worries: There's plenty to keep you busy on the TCI. First and foremost, the snorkeling and diving are world-class. But you can also take a charter cruise or a kayak trip, fish for bonefish or conch, whale watch, swim with stingrays, play golf on a championship course; go parasailing. . . . Whew, that cocktail by the pool is sounding pretty good. For a thorough guide, try Frommer's Portable Turks & Caicos (second edition).