When visiting Sapodilla Bay, there are a series of uniquely fun activities worth checking out. In this blog post, we’ll go over some of the nuances that set Sapodilla Bay apart from its better-known neighbors (Grace Bay & Long Bay Beach).
Chalk Sound National Park
Arguably the main attraction on the southern coast of Providenciales, Turks & Caicos, Chalk Sound is a nearly land-locked, highly scenic natural lagoon. Because this is a protected natural reserve, the use of powered watercraft is prohibited, making it the perfect spot for sightseeing excursions, kayaking, or paddleboarding. The water here is shallow, clear, and algae-free so the stunning blue hue doesn’t get any better.
Turks & Caicos all-year-round tropical weather makes it so the beaches are significantly warmer than most other destinations. However, because of localized heating by the sun, the water in Sapodilla Bay and Taylor Bay tends to feel even warmer.
Five Cays Water Sports and Las Brisas are two of the local businesses that stand out in this part of the island. Five Cays Water Sports is only a short ride away from Sapodilla Bay and offers jet ski rentals and guided tours. This is a great way to explore the southern coast! For a more relaxing activity go check out Las Brisas, a great place to grab a drink, a meal, or even a quick tour around Chalk Sound.