Trade Winds Condotel

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

Grace Bay Road, BWI, Caribbean
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Travel Tips for Providenciales Island

Turks Head Lager

by cjg1

The local beer in Provo is Turks Head. It has two varities a dark beer and a lager. My wife and I enjoyed several of the Turks Head Lagers on the beach, in the pool or hanging out at one of the many island bars. It is light, crisp beeer which is perfect for enjoying in the heat.

Kayaking to Iguana Island

by rebaelectric

Check out Big Blue for kayaking excursions in Provo. I was only able to go with them on the eastern kayaking trip, which take syou to Mangrove Cay and Iguana Cay. They also have another kayak trip to the western areas but i missed it!
They pick you up, and you go to the marina on the far eastern tip of Provo, fill out some paperwork, quick intro to kayaking, and you're off!
Definitely easy for beginners, although i've kayaked a lot and it was still fun. Always nice to see the world from a kayak. You cross some tidal flats where you can see baby lemon and nurse sharks, rays, and turtles swimming around. You cross a deep channel and stop off at Iguana Cay for a quick walk around and learn some cool stuff about the iguanas and the native plants. Also you go into the mangroves, which are always so beautiful.
Bring loads of sunscreen, hat, rash guard if you burn easily. This is an afternoon trip and you will be in the sun for 3 hours.
Really fun!

Visit the Island of Iguanas (Little Water Cay)

by cjg1

Little Water Cay is an uninhabited island but has plenty of natives such as iguanas and ospreys. We booked an excursion to the island to see the iguanas. Little Water Cay is protected as part of the Princes Alexandra National Park.

Liz and I hopped aboard a boat with several other resort guest for a nice ride to Little Water Cay. We were told ahead of time to not bring anything but our cameras onto the island; no garbage or outside material should be left on the island. We were also told not to feed or touch the iguanas; that was an easy rule to follow. We arrived at the island; hopped off the boat and were greated by a guide. As we walked the island we saw sevearl birds and plenty of Iguanas. The iguanas barely seemed to noticed us as they were busy walking around or sunning themselves on the beach. Liz snaped away pics and they didn't seem to mind one bit.

Visiting the island was a fun experience and I was glad we took the excursion.

Relax on the Beach

by cjg1

I was never a big fan of laying out on the beach until this trip. The beaches were lined with lounge chairs. Some chairs have umbrellas and some are under "clam shell" type shaded structures. Most days we found a clam shell or an umbrella section to lounge under. Liz is more of a sun person than me so she'd drag a chair down to the water in the early morning before the sun got too strong for a little early morning rest. Liz had books and I had my kindle to read which was a perfect lazy activity for us. When we weren't in the water we enjoyed relaxing with a drink, reading, taking a cat nap or talking. The view of the water and the sound of the waves was a soothing was to relax and forget about the world.

Relax in the Jacuzzi

by cjg1

Relaxing in the jacuzzi was our favorite way to end the evening before heading back to the room for the night. There were several jacuzzis on the property but our favorite was in the French Village. We never saw anyone in the jacuzzis at night so we had the jacuzzi all to ourselves every night. During the day there were a few people in the jacuzzis but never for long; we seemed to be the only two jacuzzi enthusiasts.

It was wonderful to relax in the large jacuzzi with the warm bubbly water under the stars. We would grab a drink at the bar and hop in the jacuzzi. The jets on our bodies hep relax us for a nice evening and sleep to follow.


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Address: Grace Bay Road, BWI, Caribbean