Two ridges, Two Sister’s Hill and Tateny Field Hill, follow the coastline a short distance inland. The view from the summits overlooking
Bell Sound and the
South Caicos salinas are spectacular.
The rugged sea cliffs and bluffs of the region.
When ocean and wind conditions are calm, great snorkeling can be found at the many coral heads off the beach here. The southern end Valley Bay where the coast meets Highlands Bay tends to have the best sights.
Access to Valley Bay Beach is difficult. A few unpaved and rather rough roads can be found nearby, however, it’s not possible to drive directly to the coast.
The closest road access are the tracks leading to the Highlands House and
Highlands Bay. Another option is an abandoned network of overgrown roads from a development project. It’s best to simply follow the unpaved road east of the expansive main salina and explore until an appealing stopping spot is found. This entire region of the island is uninhabited.
Due to the typically intense heat and sun, we recommend taking plenty of drinking water.