ive Cays Water Sports is a small family-owned jet ski tour company, based on the beach at beautiful Five Cays. Their specialty is guided jet ski tours to the many interesting and exquisite locations on the south coast of Providenciales.
Five Cays Water Sports has its office in the same complex as the popular Omar’s Beach Hut restaurant, which is a convenient place to grab a bite or a drink after your adventure on the water.
Complimentary accommodation pick up and drop off service is provided for guests.
Jet Ski Tours
The south side of Providenciales is a spectacular place to explore by jet ski, and there are ample places to visit to occupy even the longest tours. Things to see include some great places to stop at and explore, such as the destinations shown below, and sights that you’ll pass, which may include some very impressive villas (possibly even the mansion once owned by Prince), the South Dock port, and shipwrecks.
Five Cays Water Sports also offers tubing and other wake rides, which can be done right off the beach.
Taylor Bay and Sapodilla Bay Beach
These two small and sheltered beaches of Taylor Bay and Sapodilla Bay are fun places to visit. Sapodilla Bay has unfortunately become crowded and a bit hectic, yet Taylor Bay is often largely secluded. On most days, the water is so calm, you’ll be able to simply pull the waverunners right up to the beach.
Bay Cay is a small and uninhabited rock island near Five Cays, and supports a number of friendly Turks and Caicos Islands rock iguanas, who’ll run up to see who is visiting their cay! There’s also a small hidden beach, and low cliffs line much of the coastline.
West Harbour Bluff
The remote West Harbour Bluff is one of the best natural attractions on Providenciales, and offers several interesting and beautiful features. There's a small cave, the highest ocean cliffs on Providenciales, old rock carvings, a beautiful beach, and plenty of wildlife to watch.
La Famille Express
The iconic La Famille Express shipwreck off Long Bay Beach is one of the most popular places to visit on the south side of Providenciales by both boat charter and jet ski.
This small freighter originated as a Soviet vessel, and had a tough life as an oil rig service ship and cargo vessel. It became grounded in the very shallow water in the Caicos Banks during Hurricane Frances in 2004, when it dragged its anchor for 12 miles (19 km) from South Dock.
The fascinating Turtle Rock may be a stop on the calmer days, and is a spectacular place to snorkel. This was once a tall rock, which split some time long ago. There’s now a narrow passage between the two halves, which is home to fish, crabs, lobsters, and sea sponges. It’s a great place to explore for an hour.
Five Cays Water Sports also offers beach chair, umbrella, float, and ocean trampoline rentals. There are a few different variants of inflatables to choose from, including a large multi-person lounger (perfect if you’re simply looking to relax), and a trampoline with slide, which is great for kids.