Providenciales, the third largest island of the Turks and Caicos Islands chains, is exquisitely known for it's 12-mile long Grace Bay Beach on the north face of the island. Situated on the southeastern most tip of the Bahamas chain, the white sand and turquoise clarity water is attributed to the shielding effects of the third largest reef in the world.
Provo, as it's known by locals, is approximately 26 square miles of luxury resorts, restaurants, and laid back life style. Island time is common which means expect to be served Rum Punch on the beach while you pay no attention to the fast paced life back home.
The island itself, along with the rest of the TCI chain, boasts 355 days of sun a year which bodes well for the traveler in search of relaxation, sun, and fun. Don't forget your check card as Provo isn't cheap, but since you left all your worries behind, you shouldn't worry about the price eiter.