Insider Spotlight: Lizzie Foster on Turks & Caicos

Yoga and meditation teacher Lizzie Foster moved to Turks and Caicos with her family from Jamaica when she was 12. “Back then, it was dusty roads and a smattering of hotels, but it has developed into quite the destination,” she says. Foster uses breath, movement, presence, awareness and conversation to “help people return to a state of inner balance, wellness and vitality.”

What is your favorite thing to do in Turks & Caicos?

“If I had to narrow it down I’d say, immerse yourselves in our pristine waters. I love anything to do with being in, on or around the water. Swimming, snorkeling, paddleboarding and boating. Take your pick! Our waters and the teeming aquatic life are the islands’ most precious treasure.”

Favorite Cocktail

“I love going for sunset drinks at the recently opened Rock House. The rocky shoreline and slight elevation create a very special sense of space and are an incredible vantage to take in the beautiful surroundings.”

Favorite Indulgence

“I adore Coyaba. However, I’m somewhat biased as it’s my parents’ restaurant, but the food is outstanding. If you care to indulge, you have to try the apple pie dessert.”

An off-the-beaten path experience

“I love heading to the outer islands because it’s like going back in time—whether that is Grand Turk, South Caicos or my favorite for a day trip, Middle Caicos. The views from Middle Caicos’s Mudjin Harbor, with its dramatic coastline of rolling cliffs, are breathtaking. Frolicking in the waves or wading over to Dragon Cay is always a surefire reset for my soul.”

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