Found in the central southeast of Providenciales, Juba Sound is an inland body of water in the central part of the island. It's also the name for a quiet residential area between the sound and Leeward Highway. Most of the houses here are located on the ridge on the north side of the sound. There isn't any beach within this sound suitable for swimming.
Much of this region consists of salt marsh wetlands and supports large amounts of black and red mangroves. Although scenic, Juba Sound generally isn’t suitable for kayaking or stand up paddle boarding due to shallowness of the water over the majority of the area.
Bonefishing is popular within the sound itself with do-it-yourself bonefishers (fishing requires a licence). Flamingo Lake is connected to Juba Sound and is generally considered easier to fish due to the depth.
Villas and Tourist Accommodations
The residential community of Juba Sound isn't home to any rental villas, but this area is fronted on the south by Venetian Road and on the east by Long Bay, both of which are home to many luxury villa accommodations.