Grand Turk is the best Caribbean port for scuba diving on an east coast trip. You'll witness friendly Nassau groupers, garden eels, parrotfish, spiny lobster, stingrays, trumpetfish, yellowtails, wrasse, blue tangs, and angelfish.
Even though you might not think so at first, you can see humpback whales on Grand Turk during the winter months of January to April. Humpback whales migrate from the northern Atlantic to the north of the Caribbean every year to give birth and mate.
Great for water sports, horseback riding adds a little bit of the ocean to what is usually thought to be a land sport. Rides on most beaches, like Pillory Beach, Governor’s Beach, and East Side Beach, give you the chance to walk in the crystal-clear coastal waters.
West coast sites like the Cruise Center Beach, Governor’s Beach, Cockburn Town Beach, and Pillory Beach are beautiful beaches. However, they aren’t usually good for kiteboarding because the typical east trade winds that blow offshore don’t make it safe.