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Cave Exploration:

Also found on Middle Caicos are Conch Bar Caves, some of the large aboveground limestone cave systems in the Caribbean region, used by the Lucayan Indians dating back to the 1400s! Some have lagoons and stalactites and stalagmites and most have colonies of bats. It is believed that the Lucyans used the caves as places of worship as well as sh elter during hurricanes.


The Lighthouse:

Found on the northern tip of Grand Turk, the country's capitol, the lighthouse is a national landmark. It was re-built in 1852 after being brought over from the United Kingdom piece by piece. At its feet is a picnic area and a prime spot for whale watching during some winter months. The lighthouse looks over the shores of what a number of historians say could be the very land described by Christopher Columbus as one of his first stops in 1492.


Iguana Island:

Also known as Little Water Cay, you'll stroll along raised boardwalks to see rare Rock Iguanas in their natural habitat. Only 15 minutes away from the Leeward area of Providenciales, it is the only place in the world where 2000 of these large, harmless, shy reptiles live, basking in the sun, absorbing the warmth of the rocks for which they are named.



TCI is home to over 190 bird species that can be seen throughout the seasons as the islands are part of a chain that are an important stopping point along their migratory routes.The island of North Caicos is home to Flamingo Pond, a protected nature preserve where boats are banned and planes are forbidden to fly so as not to disturb the thousands of tidal flats’ pink inhabitants – the West Indian Flamingos.   Also found in the lagoons, swamps and salt ponds of coasts of North, Middle and East Caicos are the rare Whistling Duck and 160 other species of waterfowl. 

all-terrain vehicles

All-Terrain Vehicle Tours:

Looking to try an all-new adventure? Hop on an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) with Froggie’s Adventure Tours of Providenciales.  Take a memorable one-hour or two-hour tour around Provo with a group of friends.  Safe and fun for adults and children12 years old and older. You’ll visit all the photo ops and sightseeing spots from Pelican Point to Northwest Point, the caves and carvings of the West Harbour Bluff and of course the famous sandy beaches.


Cheshire Hall:

These are the ruins of a once thriving cotton plantation that existed in the 19th century.  Once claiming 300 slaves and more than 1000 acres, it has been deteriorated by time, soil exhaustion and hurricanes.  There are free daily tours run by the National Trust.

hiking and biking

Biking and Hiking:

The old coastal road of Crossing Place Trail on Middle Caicos was established back in the 1700s by settlers working the local plantations and is now a National Trust heritage site. The five-mile hiking and biking trails take you along beautiful inland bush and sandy beaches and offer stunning views of the famous turquoise waters from the bluffs above.

cockburn town

Cockburn Town:

This is the administrative capital and the historic and cultural center of the islands found on Grand Turk. It is rumoured to be where Columbus came to shore during his discovery of the New World in 1492. For those interested in history and architecture walking tours to see the 18th and 19th century Bermudan style buildings are recommended.


Horseback Riding:

Morning, afternoon and evening horseback tours on trails along the spectacular beaches of TCI are available through many organizers for beginners and experienced alike.   Also available are trails through country roads, back bushes and other off-the-beaten-track routes.  On Grand Turk you can even go into the ocean with your horse on the original Ride N’Swim