Grand Turk Lighthouse

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A historic landmark protected by the National Trust, the Grand Turk Lighthouse sits on the northern tip of the island and at one time served to protect ships that traveled at night from wrecking on the off-shore reefs.

What to Expect

The lighthouse is a popular stop along hiking trails and donkey tours, where there is plenty of shade and a few picnic benches for those who have brought a lunch. This destination is also great for whale watching in February and March.

The historical significance of the lighthouse is that it was brought to the island in pieces from the United Kingdom where it had been built in 1852.

Staying Close

You may enjoy staying on Grand Turk if you plan on visiting Grand Turk Lighthouse, since those visiting this part of Turks and Caicos will have the benefit of convenient access to the lighthouse during their time there. With only a few hotels in the neighborhood around this lighthouse, only a little tourist traffic can be anticipated.

Hotels near Grand Turk Lighthouse
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Island House Hotel 2.0 mi. (3.1 km) S
Bohio Dive Resort Hotel 2.3 mi. (2.7 km) SSW
Turks Head Hotel Hotel 3.0 mi. (1.4 km) S
Salt Raker Inn Hotel 3.5 mi. (0.5 km) S

Location and What's Nearby

A close-by coastline that does attract a few lighthouse visitors, is Little Bluff Point.

Information

Contact Information

Location: Lighthouse Road, Grand Turk

 

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