|Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data)||$102.50|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre||$975.00|
|Gasoline (1 liter)||$1.73|
|Mid range bottle of wine||$10.00|
|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$20.00|
|Loaf of white bread||$4.69|
|Local draught beer||$5.25|
|Imported beer at restaurant||$6.25|
Turks and Caicos is one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean with its pristine beaches and enchanting culture. There is no other island that will ring true to that impression other than Providenciales. It will not be hailed 2011’s best beach destination in the globe by TripAdvisor for nothing.
Cheap flights to Providenciales is coursed through the small but functional Providenciales International Airport. With a strong tourist draw, the airport can be packed or overcrowded easily. It is therefore advisable that you make booking arrangements ahead, including your airport-hotel-airport transfers. Shuttles, public bus service, and car rentals are available to get you around. To save on costs, you may also choose the cheapest alternative to go around, which is walking. At certain points, attractions, shops, and restaurants are just within comfortable walking distance.
There are many attractions that are worth taking cheap flights to Providenciales. The best of all is the beach, of course. You can go diving or snorkeling to experience underwater, which is teeming with life. You may also go sightseeing for Humpback whales via a boat trip or just roam around the lush greeneries to experience the rugged hills and ridges.
Some of the spots you would not want to miss include the great Grace Bay, the Sapodilla Hill, the Osprey Rock, the Cheshire Hall, the Chalk Sound National Park, and the Northwest Point National Park.
When it comes to food, you should not worry about going hungry in Providenciales. There is a good lineup of restaurants downtown and in the outskirts to provide various cuisines, including local dishes. Some of the must-visit restaurants include Tiki Hut Cabana Bar and Grill, located at the Turtle Cove Marina; Calico Jack’s, which feature home cooked meals served with music every Friday night; and Lemo Café with its upscale Mediterranean recipes.
Staying in is not a problem in Providenciales as well. There is a nice lineup of hotels and other accommodation options that will allow you to enjoy the best of the island for the duration of your vacation. The best hotels in Providenciales are of course, those that can be found by the beach.