There’s plenty to do on Turks and Caicos. Here’s some of our favourite activities.
Middle Caicos is home to Haulover Plantation, established by John Lorimer in 1791. Today there remains only field walls, partial buildings, an open well, and the kitchen. North Caicos is home to Wades Green Plantation established in 1789.
Our concierge works diligently to provide make arrangements for lunch and dinner reservations at Mudjin Bar and Grill, rental cars, transportation to and from the ferry dock, island activities, tours, kayaking, snorkel and fishing excursions.
Look up. You will see more stars than you imagined possible.
Middle Caicos the largest but least commercially developed island in the country with less than 170 residents. Much of the island consists of protected parks and reserves, making it the ecotourism destination in The Turks and Caicos Islands. Blue Horizon Resort’s offered activities are designed to compliment the natural setting while being mindful of the island’s ecosystems.
There aren’t many places where you’ll find total seclusion and tranquility, but on Middle Caicos you’ll have your pick of several pristine beaches where you can spend a few hours or the whole day. In addition to Mudjin Harbor and Dragon Cay cove at Blue Horizon Resort, Middle Caicos is home to reef protected Bambarra Beach and secluded Wild Cow Run on the far east end of the island. There are three beaches on North Caicos as well.
Kayak through the mangroves to private lagoons, secluded beaches, and untouched cays. Hobie Mirage Kayaks (single and tandem kayaks with pedals) are available for rent for $35 per person up to 4 hours, $60 per person up to 8 hours, including transportation to and from the dock.
Providenciales and the Turks and Caicos islands are one of the best settings on Earth for saltwater fly anglers to experience bonefishing. There are also great locations for reef fishing, kayak fishing, deep sea fishing and scuba and snorkelling.
Birds are a special attraction on Middle Caicos. Osprey pairs nest along the shore. Egret flocks take to the sky at sunrise, to feed. The rare West Indian Whistling Duck raises its young here. Guests often see Pelicans and Flamingos feeding in ponds, close to the resort.
Paved paths, trails and beaches offer miles of quiet cycling with spectacular views. Pay visits to Bambarra Beach and Stubbs Landing and Samuel Landing.