North Caicos and Middle Caicos are the only two islands in the Turks and Caicos Islands connected via a causeway, and thus function more like a single island. These are the two largest islands in the country, but have a combined population of only around 2,500.
North Caicos features Wade's Green Plantation ruins, which was the most extensive plantation in the country. Middle Caicos is home to Conch Bar Caves, the largest cave system in the entire Turks and Caicos and Bahamas archipelago. Both islands feature excellent beaches, but there are limited activities and accommodation compared to Providenciales. Whether you decide to spend your entire vacation at one of North or Middle Caicos' guest houses, or simply make a day trip from Providenciales, these two islands are definitely worth seeing.
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There are no international flights to North or Middle Caicos, so you'll have to connect through Providenciales.
North and Middle Caicos have fewer 'attractions' than other islands, but have most of the areas of natural interest in the country.
Maps of North and Middle Caicos, along with printable versions are available here. Includes areas of interest.
There are several accommodation choices available on North and Middle Caicos. Most hotels are located directly on or very near to the beach, but some are a bit further away.
From local conch dishes to popular international cusines, one thing Providenciales has an abundace of is restaurants.
Car rental and driving information, scooter recommendations, and tips on getting around the island are all here.
Shopping choices are limited on North and Middle Caicos, but find out where the best shops are located here.
Get a directory listing of all local businesses here, including phone numbers and web addresses.
Want to know what's happening while you're here? Check out the calendar of events.