Category Archives: Attractions

Explore Little Water Cay, Turks and Caicos

Rock Iguana Population Thrilling to Experience Little Water Cay is something to everyone, and for me it’s something different each time I visit. It’s probably one of the more interesting visits for people going to resorts in the Turks and Caicos, and one that should not be missed. My first visit there was in the […]

Turks and Caicos Islands – Explore Ft. George Cay

Historical Trading Post near Pine Cay Provides a Glimpse of Islands’ Past By Susan Clark McBride LinkedIn Profile You’ve enjoyed several days on Pine Cay, unwinding to the rhythms of the surf and the warmth of the powdery sand seeping through your toes on strolls to Sand Dollar Point. In addition to filling out the […]

Snorkeling Adventures in the Turks & Caicos

Healthy, thriving reefs around Pine Cay are a wonderful way to explore Caribbean marine life It’s another beautiful morning on Pine Cay, and after a hearty breakfast which includes the famous breakfast burrito, we contemplate our options for the day’s activities.  Today is a perfectly calm day.  The glassy ocean beckons.  Before we can change […]

The Amorous Dance of the Turks and Caicos Islands

Love is in the “Water” with this unique monthly mating ritual off the coast of Providenciales It’s a sight to behold, and not just because it’s impossible to take photographs. Each month, just like clockwork, glow worms perform a scintillating mating ritual shortly after sunset. Based on the lunar cycle, this amorous exhibition takes place […]

A Whale of a Time on Pine Cay

Unusual “Guests” Make a Splash Guests share their Meridian Club video footage What a fabulous surprise to see migrating humpbacks so close to Pine Cay. Captured on video by a guest who was enjoying a fishing excursion, these beautiful mammals got up close and personal to provide a very memorable holiday experience. Enjoy a brief […]

The Man-Made Reef Project

The Reef Ball Project Protecting the Fresh Water Supply on Pine Cay The Meridian Club and the Pine Cay Owners successfully implemented a reef ball project in late-2012. The new artificial reef at Pine Cay, Turks and Caicos, has become a unique and favorite snorkeling and diving destination for guests. Coral reefs are fragile ecosystems […]

Bonefishing in the Turks and Caicos

If fishing is a religion, and fly fishing is its high church, then Pine Cay in the Turks and Caicos must be heaven. The shallow flats around our private island and neighboring cays are home to the bonefish, one of the most sought-after sport fish in the Caribbean. Weighing up to 19 pounds and growing […]