If you want to learn more about Turks and Caicos before (or after) visiting, there are a bunch of interesting blogs to help you out. Below is our list of some of the best Turks and Caicos blogs around. Of course we are really fond of our own Turks and Caicos blog, but there are many others offering up different perspectives.
This is our favorite blog about Turks and Caicos. The blog is very simple, has a ton of great photos, and plenty of information about the islands. The blog is run by Marta who also happens to run the Harbour Club Villas on the island of Providenciales. This is a great blog with many great photos of the island.
If you want to find out about all the cool places to eat on Providenciales, Eating With Ziggy is the place for food and restaurant information. From Coco Bistro to Le Bouchon, Ziggy provides you with detailed restaurant reviews and photos. This blog will make your mouth water. It is a treat!
This is the awesome story of a family living the dream in Turks and Caicos. They packed up everything in 2005 and moved to Turks and Caicos. This blog details their adventures over the course of the last 9 or 10 years. There are some beautiful photos and great information here about what it is like living on the island. We must warn you that most of the posts are really long, but it is great reading if you want to know what life is like living on the islands.
This isn’t so much a blog, but a series of updated guide books to visiting Turks and Caicos. You will find a dining guide, things to do guide, and more and they are all updated annually so that you know you are getting the latest island information.
This is a cool adventure blog about a family who packed up everything in Portugal and set out to live in Turks and Caicos. It is a beautiful story with a ton of great photos of the islands. Enjoy.
We are certain there are other undiscovered blogs about the islands that we have not found yet, but these are a great start. We read them all and learn from them often. Enjoy the blogs and the Turks and Caicos!
Photo thanks to James Willamor.