Round Cay Round Cay in the Turks and Caicos.
Nothing found. Try changing your search terms.

Round Cay

Turks and Caicos
The rotund cay is found not far off Gibbs Cay.

Round Cay is a small uninhabited cay, located 1.2 miles (1.9km) to the east of Grand Turk and 1500 feet (457 m) southeast of Gibbs Cay. Round Cay is a very small island, with a collective landmass of about 2.4 acres (0.98 hectares).

Round Cay isn’t quite the tourist attraction that the nearby Gibbs Cay is simply due to the fact that it lacks a beach. Rocks and shallows surround the cay, so approaching closely with a vessel isn’t easy. The majority of the cay is a low bluff of soft limestone, and cliffs make up the coastline. In the interior, sea oats are the primary vegetation.

Beautiful and interesting reefs are in the waters surrounding the cay, and are popular snorkeling destinations for boat excursions from Grand Turk.