Salt Cay Town: Exploring the lustrous island of Grand Turk in a savvy HXT Electric Hummer is a fun, cool and eco-friendly way to tour the entire island. Your tour guides will put you on vacation mode as you start your 360-degree view of the island. Your first stop would be the former US Air Force Base.
Cockburn Town: Fasten your seat belts as you journey through Front Street to see old colonial buildings of the 1800s in their majestic beauty.
Downtown: Stop downtown where you can purchase drinks, snacks and unique handmade crafts and souvenirs. Get a breath-taking view of the turquoise beach with powdery white sands. Hear about the mysterious 7200 ft drop off point. Take lots of photos. Become mesmerized by the untouched beauty of the island.
Wildlife: Hop into your vehicles and head north as you make your way to the 'Circle of Life' to interact with unique sea creatures such as conch, urchins, starfish, jellyfish, and sea cucumbers. Spot the roaming horses and donkeys as they bask in the sun.
Salt Ponds: Journey onwards to the salt ponds to learn about the rich cultural history of the island as you see the remnants of an old salt plantation dating back to the 1500s.
History: Continue on and stop at the replica of the famous John Glenn's Space Capsule, a historical landmark on the island of Grand Turk. Drive South as you make your way back to the cruise port and take a part of the rich history of Grand Turk with you.
Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age – 7 years old. Maximum weight – 275 lbs. For safety reasons, guests with leg injuries can only be passengers. Drivers must present a valid driver’s license. Drivers undergo a practice run before going on the public road.
What to Bring: Comfortable shoes or sandals, sunscreen, bottled water and cash to purchase souvenirs and snacks. Small vendors do not have the capability to process debit/credit cards.
Good to Know: Hummers hold two passengers per vehicle. Tickets are sold per person. The weather is sunny, but the hummers have tops that can be pulled over. All cars are equipped with the latest Bluetooth technology so you can hear the tour guides while driving.