Grace Bay beach is touted as being the 'best in the world' by many publications around the globe and is, by far, the biggest draw to the island.
This island gets many more visitors by cruise ship than as overnight, stay-over guests
Resort Developments have only recently started (2016) with the addition of the East Bay Resort and SailRock.
Visit during the month of February or early March to see whales! They breed towards the back side of the island, and whale sightings are very very common during this time of the year
Pine Cay is home to just one resort, the Meridian Club. There are no telephones, and electricity is limited — this means there is air conditioning either, so guests cool offs thanks to the nightly trade winds that blow in from the east. Guests at the Meridian Club enjoy total p... more
Enjoy every relaxing minute at the amazing Parrot Cay by COMO Resort. Extensive yoga and wellness center, huge infinity edge pool, tennis, resort with rustic yet luxurious guest rooms, beachfront villas, two great restaurants, a stunning beachfront and so much more... more
It's just a 1/2 hour ferry ride to/from Providenciales. Once you're on North Caicos, rent a vehicle, go exploring, then go over the causeway to Middle Caicos to see Mudjin Harbour (a must!)
If you're visiting North and/or Middle Caicos, you definitely don't want to miss the stunning Mudjin Harbour. It's a jaw-dropping crescent shaped beach with Dragon's Cay at the end where you can walk to if it's low tide.