Boating – Spending time on a boat while fishing, island hopping, or just cruising around is a classic Turks & Caicos activity. Breezy clothing like shorts and a sundress will keep you comfortable, and a hat with a chinstrap will feel more secure in the wind. Use your daypack or waterproof dry bag to bring your water bottle, towel, and sunscreen with you wherever you go!
Nightlife – Turks & Caicos has a plethora of fine dining options and nice bars. A pair of slacks for guys and a simple cocktail dress for ladies will make you feel appropriately dressed. Natural tones that mirror the tranquil water and palm trees will look the most stylish, whereas loud prints or Hawaiin shirts will come off as cheesy.
Water sports – Besides snorkeling, there is also abundant scuba diving, kite surfing, wakeboarding, and so many more water sports to do in Turks & Caicos. Besides a sturdy bathing suit, a rash guard will help protect you from the sun and prevent your skin from rubbing against your scuba gear. Bring flip flops to pop on when you get back to shore, and make sure to apply reef-safe sunscreen 30 minutes before you get in the water.
Hiking – There are some rocky trails on the islands of Turks & Caicos, as well as mysterious caves where pirates used to hide out. To make a trek to visit them, sneakers and an athletic shirt will be the most comfortable option. You may want insect repellent in the summer months when there are more mosquitoes around.