Guests are sure to have tons of fun while enjoying this interactive tour which combines history, culture and the environment. You’ll feel alive while learning about historical events that has helped shape the Grand Turk in the 1800s. As you journey along your tour, take a glimpse of the Governor's House and get a closer look of the John Glenn Space Capsule. Stop and hear the haunting tales of the Coverley's House and take a picture of the Eunice Lodge, famously known for where the Proclamation of Emancipation was read. See the remnants of where the famous slave Mary Prince lived, the first slave to be set free in the Caribbean. While visiting the mysterious Bermuda Triangle, explore the famous shipwreck named “The Old Herald” which is about 190 years old. Stop at the “Circle of Life” to touch exotic conch, urchins, star fishes, and jelly fishes. Take a stroll down the white sandy beach and swim in pristine crystal clear waters full of sea life.
- Beach chairs and umbrellas are provided for your leisure.
- Complimentary Island spice cake, soda or water is provided and guests get to take home salt crystals.
- Multiple shuttle transportation will be available from the beach every hour.
- Different timings will be provided as this tour can be enjoyed at different paces.