Found in the center of the Turks and Caicos archipelago, North Caicos and Middle Caicos are the only two main 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 and Middle Caicos feature some of the best natural attractions in the country, including the majestic Mudjin Harbour, the Cottage Pond blue hole, and Conch Bar Caves, the largest non-submerged caves system in the Bahamas – Turks and Caicos Islands chain.
Both islands have miles of deserted beaches that await exploring. Whether you decide to spend your entire vacation at one of North Caicos or Middle Caicos' guest houses, or simply make a day trip from Providenciales, these two islands are definitely worth seeing.