Full moon at night over Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos A full moon over Providenciales.
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Turks and Caicos Moon & Lunar Phases

Current Moon Phase
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Waxing Gibbous
Rise 14:51 Set 02:01
Full Moon Jun 21
Last Quarter Jun 28
New Moon Jul 5
First Quarter Jul 13

February 2025 Lunar Phases

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Saturday
1
Rise 08:41 Set 21:00
Sunday
2
Rise 09:18 Set 22:00
Monday
3
Rise 09:56 Set 23:02
Tuesday
4
Rise 10:35 Set 00:00
Wednesday
5
First Quarter
Rise 11:20 Set 00:04
Thursday
6
Rise 12:08 Set 01:09
Friday
7
Rise 13:03 Set 02:13
Saturday
8
Rise 14:03 Set 03:16
Sunday
9
Rise 15:04 Set 04:14
Monday
10
Rise 16:06 Set 05:05
Tuesday
11
Rise 17:05 Set 05:50
Wednesday
12
Full Moon
Rise 18:01 Set 06:29
Thursday
13
Rise 18:53 Set 07:04
Friday
14
Rise 19:44 Set 07:36
Saturday
15
Rise 20:33 Set 08:06
Sunday
16
Rise 21:23 Set 08:35
Monday
17
Rise 22:12 Set 09:06
Tuesday
18
Rise 23:04 Set 09:39
Wednesday
19
Last Quarter
Rise 23:58 Set 10:14
Thursday
20
Rise 00:00 Set 10:55
Friday
21
Rise 00:54 Set 11:41
Saturday
22
Rise 01:51 Set 12:32
Sunday
23
Rise 02:46 Set 13:30
Monday
24
Rise 03:40 Set 14:31
Tuesday
25
Rise 04:30 Set 15:36
Wednesday
26
Rise 05:16 Set 16:39
Thursday
27
New Moon
Rise 05:57 Set 17:43
Friday
28
Rise 06:36 Set 18:45

Stargazing

2015 lunar eclipse as seen from Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos
The September 2015 lunar eclipse as seen from Providenciales.

The Turks and Caicos is a wonderful destination for stargazing. Due to our low levels of development, light pollution is limited, and it’s possible to see the stars, planets, and galaxies in their full glory.

Astrophotography

As the Turks and Caicos is a country with a beautiful environment and clear skies, astrophotography conditions are naturally great here. There are many coastal and wetlands locations that offer perfect foreground and framing for photos.

Full Moon, Glowworms, and Night Snorkeling

Around the time of the full moon, the nocturnal waters around the Turks and Caicos become a bit more active than they are during the remainder of the month.

In the shallows and wetlands, marine glowworms put on a dazzling display, lighting up patches of water for several minutes after sunset.

The reefs see a bit more activity during the full moon period as well. Many interesting and surreal creatures hide during the day and make their appearance after the sun sets, including shrimp, sea snails, octopuses, brittle stars (a wispy-looking starfish), slipper lobsters, eels, and worms. Dive lights are of course needed to complete your snorkeling kit, but exploring the reefs at night is an unforgettable experience and well worth the effort.