North Caicos

North Caicos

North Caicos is the second largest Island in the Turks and Caicos.
This beautiful natural landmass is known for it’s bountiful homegrown vegetation, which many describes it as “The Garden Island” of the country, currently most of the local vegetables that are sold at the farmer’s market in Providenciales comes directly from this very island, North Caicos has the best bonefishing and some of the biggest and delicious land crabs you’ll ever see and taste in the Turks and Caicos.
Another great feature this peaceful island has is it’s many secluded white sand beaches like; Whitby Beach, Horse Stable Beach and Sandy Point Beach, from It’s amazing wild life, to some of the best site seeing for bird watching, and fascinating mangroves, creeks and ponds.
According to history; the first inhabitants in the Caicos Islands were the Lucayans also known as Tainos, where most of their known relics were found in the caves of North and Middle Caicos.
In a tropical like forest through a magnificent trail in North caicos, the Wade’s Green late 17th century Cotton Plantation can also be found.
If you’re looking to be one with nature, or just want to relax on a secluded beach with delicious drinks and freshly caught and picked food…North Caicos is the Island to be. “Ve-Gon-TA-Nort”
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