The largely uninhabited region of Pumpkin Bluff is found on the central north coast of North Caicos. A few
rental villas stand on the coast and are the only development.
Pumpkin Bluff Beach is found at the bottom of the limestone coastal bluffs in the area. Although not an expansive beach, this site has the advantage of typically being free floating seaweed, an issue that many beaches on the island experience.
Due to the many ponds and sheltering vegetation and hills, Pumpkin Bluff vies with the nearby settlement of
Conch Bar Village on Middle Caicos as the mosquito capital of the country. As is typically the case throughout the country,
mosquitoes and sand fleas only become a problem after
heavy rains. At most locations, the pesky insects are dissipated by the wind after a few weeks, however, the sites listed above often have lingering problems.