Resort Report

  • Not Just Another Iguana September 1, 1999 Story & Photos by Ahrash N. Bissell, Dept. of Biology, University of Oregon A typical day in paradise: about 30 degrees Celsius, sunny but a bit hazy, with a moderate wind coming out of the east. Long stretches of white sand extend in either direction, and the few groups of people are alternately lazing on the beach ... Read more about this post
  • Whale Watching Extravaganza September 1, 1999 By Tracey Blanchard During the winter months, migrating pods of North Atlantic Humpback Whales pass through the Turks Island (Columbus) Passage between Grand Turk and South Caicos on their way to breeding and birthing grounds on the Silver Banks. If you are lucky, as was the author, you might be able to spot these graceful giants. I ... Read more about this post
  • Parrot Cay: An Experience in Perfection January 1, 1999 By Kathy Borsuk Photos by Francine Fleischer It seems appropriate that you travel to Parrot Cay by boat. After arrival at Providenciales Airport and a drive across the bustling island to Leeward dock, the 25 minute trip by water serves as a rite of passage from one world to another; reality to euphoria. Transport in the comfortable 48′ ... Read more about this post

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Marta Morton, owner/operator of Harbour Club Villas (www.harbourclubvillas.com) took this photo of the native Turks & Caicos rock iguana on Bay Cay. This endemic animal is being threatened by the invasive green iguana. See article on page 36.

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