How to stay fit on your Turks and Caicos vacation

How to stay fit on your Turks and Caicos vacation

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You have longed for a vacation to the Turks and Caicos Islands. You want to stay late in bed, drag yourself to the beach where you can lounge around all day, then stay out late to enjoy the night life that the island has to offer.
But this does not fit into your usual fitness routine back at home. So the question that begs to be answered is how you can balance your fitness routine while vacationing in tropical paradise. Well, staying fit on your Turks and Caicos vacation does not have to be ardent work, it can be part of the fun loving activities that you can engage in while there.

Below is a list of some fun filled activities to indulge in while on vacation:

Beach walking

With 7 miles of uninterrupted white sand beach along the famous Gracebay strip, it is the natural freeway to walk or wander without having to look out for traffic.
Whether you like hunting for treasure along the shoreline or just taking in the wonderful views, you be assured that this adventure will burn up the calories to maintain your fitness goal.

Jogging

If walking is too slow for you, step up the pace by jogging along the Gracebay beach. As with walking, you still get to soak up the incredible views and inhale the fresh trade winds blowing off the Atlantic Ocean.

Swimming

Although relaxing, swimming is a great way to keep fit. All your muscles get worked out without the toll on your joints. The vast body of shallow water in the Turks and Caicos Islands is very inviting. The whole new world below the water’s surface is an added bonus for nature lovers.

Snorkeling

The thrill of suiting up in snorkel gear and exploring the
The Turks and Caicos Islands comprises the world’s third largest barrier reef system. That said, suiting up in snorkel gear to explore coral reefs is a thrilling adventure that you wouldn’t want to miss. With your head down and flippers moving, the mystical marine world comes to life.

Kayaking

Whether navigating along the pristine shoreline or narrow channels amongst the mangroves, you can have a front seat to miles of tropical wonder. While kayaking, you may have a surprise encounter with a friendly dolphin, sea turtle or some other exotic wildlife.

Paddle-boarding

As with kayaking, standup paddle-boarding also offers a great way to explore the surrounding area of the islands.
Paddle-boarding works all the muscles in your body, but you wouldn’t know this from the looks of it. As the board bobs in the water, you have the added task of balancing your body while standing.

Kite boarding

Harnessing the power of the wind to engage in the extreme sport of kite boarding is like combining wakeboarding, snowboarding, windsurfing, surfing, paragliding, skateboarding and gymnastics.
While it is fun-filled activity, you must use your arms, legs and core muscles to control your movements giving you a full body workout.

Wind surfing

Kite boarding is not a lot different from kite boarding, making it equal in stature to the fun you derive and workout that your body gets subjected to.

Now that your appetite has been whetted, you can get started on a plan for your next vacation to the Turks and Caicos Islands. Staying fit can be checked off on your list of things to do right alongside the fun activities. What are you waiting for?

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