how many beaches have you visited in turks and caicos? grace bay beach is the longest, beautiful and award winning one, but there are so many more worth a visit. there are still a couple i have never been too (and will have to be on my bucket list for my first visit back!) –
follow the map for our favorite beaches around providenciales –
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last week i found this new desert beach close to home. a friend suggested we go for a walk on the beach in the afternoon, she had been telling me about this spot for a while.
i like that this beach has two separate bays and lots of stones and rocks give it some personality. and i love that they call it babalua!
babalua beach was deserted, it’s amazing how provo’s beaches are never crowded!
we have such beautiful and easy access to beaches, we often take for granted…sometimes i really have to remind myself to make the most out of island life and provo’s beaches.