Only about 6 miles out from Grand Cay lies one of the best snorkeling and diving spots in all of this little Caribbean archipelago. Quite often referred to simply as “paradise,” the white sand beaches of Salt Cay are timeless, still, and serene. While some come to relax in a world of living minimalism, others look for beauty in sunsets and the underwater world.
Salt Cay is a diver’s dream, a lover’s retreat, and the second largest island in the Turks. This is a great island for a getaway, and one of the highlights of this Caribbean escape is that it also happens to be on the migratory route for the North Atlantic humpback whale.
Whale-watching tours here are some of the best in the world, and offer intimate moments with the gentle giants of the sea. Swimming with mother and calf, hearing the humpback whalesong in person, and seeing these massive creatures breach the water in play are some of the memories you’ll take with you should you choose this option.
For the quiet romantic, the animal lover, the sunset dreamer – Salt Cay is the place to be.