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Columbus Landfall National Park is not only one beach, but a protected area that includes basically all of the beaches on the west coast of Grand Turk, the reef and the ocean between them. Also the most well-known beaches like Governor's or Pillory Beach are...More
We walked parts of the Columbus Landfall National park. the water was so many different colours of blue. It was like a painting. It was very quiet around. But a lot of damaged from the hurricanes that happened in Sept/Oct. A few piers and building...More
This park (next to downtown) exhibits the bluish water I have ever seen in the Caribbean.You can also see the contrast color of the water just a few hundred yard from the shore were, as tour guide explained, starts a drop off of several thousand...More
We were on the cruise ship Carnival Vista when we stopped at this port in Turks & Cacaos. If you love to party then the ‘Margaritaville’ restaurant and pool party at the port is the place for you. Also, the ship sells an excursion called...More
We picked a taxi Tour Around Grand Turk at the Cruise port who took us along the park and the beaches and explained just off the beach the water drops to thousands of feet deep.
Water was so blue and is a hidden gem of...More
Folklore has it that Columbus landed at this spot on Grand Turk. Perhaps he did, perhaps he didn't. It is still a national park but one in need of repair. The wharf has been closed due to deterioration. The view and the beach are spectacular.