Turks and Caicos sightseeing tours are not something we offer here to our clients. Most of our clients book a family photo shoot or are getting married here in the Turks and Caicos Islands and hire us to be their photographers. However, that being said, some of our packages do take you on a wonderful tour around the island. And at each stop along the way, you have your photos taken, whether it’s for a wedding, a portrait or any other reason.
Honeymoon in TCI
April and Brandon got married back in the US. For their honeymoon they decided to come to our islands and bring their wedding attire for some photos. April had some specific requests for the photos and we are always open to suggestions.
We started at the beautiful Palms resort where the couple were staying. Of course, you can’t leave the Palms without taking pictures in the amazing garden areas.
From the Palms, we continued on to Leeward Beach. Here we could use the rocks and a bit of spray from the waves to get some good shots. April and Brandon planned to have dinner at Cocovan later in the evening so we made that a stop on our tour as well. Many thanks to the wonderful staff of Cocovan in Grace Bay who helped us with some great photos of the couple and the shiny silver food truck.
We left Grace Bay and took a drive over to Blue Hills for the next installment of ‘the tour’. Blue Hills is a great location for photographs. It is a culturally rich area, with brightly colored buildings, retired fishing boats and a lot of Caribbean character. Our favorite dock also happens to be in Blue Hills. On this particular day, we managed to photograph a local fisherman in the background – we love a detail like this!
Our next stop was at Da Conch Shack for a taste of the famous island rum punch. The photo shoot wouldn’t have been complete without this!
To the South Side…
April had previously shown us some photos that she’d seen taken on a cliff. The cliff, however, was near South Caicos. So, we improvised! On the amazing south side of the island we found the perfect spot that, although not a cliff, was the closest we were going to get to a cliff on Provo.
The island tour didn’t end there. The very next day, we went out again with April and Brandon. This time we brought the drone for some cool beach shots and we also hit the ocean for some underwater shots – trashing the dress, as we call it.
Take a look at our spectacular locations for this shoot. You’ll probably agree that the waters of the Turks and Caicos Islands are like nothing else you’ve seen.
Many thanks to:
Da Conch Shack
To see more spectacular locations in the Turks and Caicos Islands click on this earlier blog or come and see our Fine Art Photography Gallery in the Salt Mills Plaza or visit our website Brilliant Studios Gallery.