American, Delta, JetBlue, United and US Airways offer connecting flights from Washington area airports to Providenciales.
Grace Bay Club
Grace Bay Circle Road
Luxury resort with separate family-friendly and adult-only accommodations and facilities. Double rooms, all equipped with kitchenette, from $595 a night, including breakfast.
Royal West Indies Resort
Grace Bay Road
A charming smaller resort with large, light-filled, clean rooms. Double rooms with kitchenette from $230 a night.
Miramar Resort, Turtle Cove
Famous for the food and the glorious sunset views from its terrace. Entrees start at $22.
Bugaloo’s Conch Crawl
Five Cays Settlement
A favorite hangout for locals and, increasingly, tourists. Offers conch-based specialties and rum-based cocktails right on the beach. Live music daily. Menu items start at $10.
Daniel’s Cafe by the Beach
Conch Bar Village, Middle Caicos
A lovely rest stop during a day-trip to North Caicos and Middle Caicos. Specializes in local, fresh seafood. Entrees start at $10.
Big Blue Unlimited
Organizes small-group activities including snorkeling, diving, kayaking and kitesurfing, and day-trips to islands beyond Provo. Prices start at $95 per person for the two-hour stand-up paddleboarding tour.
Sky Pilot Parasail
Prices start at $75 per person for a 15-minute flight.
Grace Bay Plaza, Grace Bay Road
Offers individual scooter rentals and organized Vespa group tours of Providenciales. Prices start at $34 for a full-day rental.
Heaving Down Rock, Walkin Marina, Leeward Highway East
Ferry services from Providenciales to North Caicos and Middle Caicos and to South Caicos. Ferries to North and Middle Caicos depart 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday. Prices start at $25 per person one way. Ferries to South Caicos leave 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. From $60 one way.