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ATV tour group in the wetlands of North Creek on Grand Turk Driving ATVs on the road to North Creek, Grand Turk.

Grand Turk ATV Tours

Our Opinion
Grand Turk is a fun place to explore on an ATV adventure. Although actual off road driving is bit limited, these vehicles are perfect for the small streets of Cockburn Town and the guides will get you to all of the interesting spots to see.
5 star rating for Grand Turk ATV Tours by Visit Turks and Caicos Islands
ATVs on the coastal path at the cliffs near the Grand Turk Lighthouse
Drive on the scenic roads around the Grand Turk Lighthouse.

ATV rides can be a really fun way to see Grand Turk. Tours start near the Grand Turk Cruise Center and typically last around 2 hours.

For cruise visitors, these tours fit in perfectly with your available time on the island. The guide will ensure that you're back at the cruise port on time.

Sights and Attractions

The excursion begins near the South Base area, a little north of the cruise center. You'll first pass the the Grand Turk JAGS McCartney International Airport (GDT), where you'll see a replica of the Mercury space capsule (Grand Turk was the splashdown location for John Glenn's historic 1962 orbit of Earth).

Next up is Front Street. The tour continues along the hisorical oceanfront of Cockburn Town, passing many colonial-era buildings, the old post office, and the Turks and Caicos National Museum. You'll also drive by our beachfront House of Assembly (parliament/senate) building.

From Front Street, you'll drive up to North Creek, a popular birdwatching and kayaking spot.

ATV excursion at the Grand Turk Lighthouse
Riders on a Funtastic Tours trip at the Grand Turk Lighthouse.

Finally, you'll drive to the Grand Turk Lighthouse, which was built in 1852. The route follows the twisty clifftop off-road path on the north coast, which takes you to an an exceptional overlook and the water collection field at the abandoned Grand Turk's U.S. Navy NAVFAC 104 Base.

No maps are needed as this is a fully guided tour.

Beaches and Coastlines

ATV tours typically visit several of the island’s top beaches, including Governor's Beach, Cockburn Town Beach, Pillory Beach, and the cliffs near the lighthouse.

You’ll have time to take photos, yet the schedule generally doesn’t allow for a swim.

The wetlands near North Creek offer a bit of tropical wilderness. Coastal and wading birds such as brown pelicans, ospreys, terns, reddish egrets, cattle egrets, yellow-crowned night herons, and great blue herons can be spotted.

You’ll also likely get a close-up encounter with the friendly and feral Turks and Caicos donkeys!

Reservations and Booking

Reservations may be booked directly with a local business, or as a “shore excursion” through the cruise line. If you're arriving by cruise ship, we recommend booking early (several days in advance) to ensure a spot.

ATVs accommodate one driver and one passenger (extra fee for passengers). Age requirements may apply. About half the typical tour route travels on unsurfaced (dirt) roads, and it's advised to wear sunglasses or other protective eyewear.

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