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dawn at Mudjin Harbour on Middle Caicos Mudjin Harbour, Middle Caicos.

Things to Do in North Caicos and Middle Caicos

Secluded Beaches and a Pristine Tropical Environment

the beautiful  Hollywood Beach on North Caicos
Hollywood Beach, North Caicos.

The perfect islands for the adventurous, North Caicos and Middle Caicos offer deserted coastlines, ocean cliffs and caves to be explored. Having seen very little development, these two islands conspicuously lack the bustle of Providenciales and Grand Turk, and you’ll often have miles of beautiful beach to yourself.

As North Caicos and Middle Caicos get the most rainfall of all the islands in the country, trees tend to be taller (the grass definitely is greener!), and ruins of what used to be some of the largest plantations in the Turks and Caicos can still be found in buried in the dense vegetation.

Amazing settings for kayaking and stand up paddle boarding, the sheltered mangrove channels, lagoons and waterways of North and Middle Caicos are incredibly scenic.

North and Middle Caicos are best discovered on your own. Many interesting sights are only a quick stop off the main road through both islands. Simply look over our list of beaches and attractions, decide what you want to see and begin your journey.


the rugged marine limestone coastline and cliffs of the Crossing Place Trail on Middle Caicos
Norbellis Coves on the Crosiing Place Trail.

North and Middle Caicos present the all-too-rare opportunity of largely uninhabited Caribbean islands that are safe and easy to discover by vehicle. Back roads lead to countless spectacular beach, coast and wetland sights.

It’s fun to drive a 4x4 when exploring the outback, but although many roads are unpaved it’s possible to reach most destinations in any rental vehicle.


Some of the best hiking routes in the Turks and Caicos are found on these islands. The Crossing Place Trail is the main developed path, but fascinating and beautiful uncharted routes can be explored on the remote coastlines and wetlands. Such sites include the open Haulover Point salt flats and the flotsam-covered Wild Cow Run.

Loyalist Plantations

small beach hidden in the cliffs at Mudjin Harbour in the Turks and Caicos
The limestone cliffs and beaches of Mudjin Harbour.

Wade’s Green on North Caicos and the wild and remote Haulover Plantation on Middle Caicos offer an insight into the Loyalist past of the Caicos Islands.

Both are interesting sights. Wade’s Green is definitely the best-preserved and is quite extensive. Haulover Plantation, overgrown and isolated, is much more of an adventure to find.

Caves and Sinkholes

Created by the Karst process of dissolution, several of the best cave and blue hole sights in the Turks and Caicos and found on these two island.

Conch Bar Caves and Indian Cave are two scenic dry cave systems that are open to the public, and Cottage Pond is a tranquil inland 260 foot deep blue hole and underwater cave.

Although not a tourist destination and quite inaccessible, the Middle Caicos Ocean Hole is likely the widest blue hole on the planet.

the beautiful Indian Cave in the Turks and Caicos
The main gallery at Indian Cave.