Accommodations

Despite being the largest island in Turks and Caicos, Middle Caicos is actually the least populated. Still, thanks to the multitude of activities and attractions the island is known for, it is not uncommon for there to be more tourists on the island than residents at any given time. Finding a place to stay is easier than you might imagine, with a collection of privately owned villas all built in the sand available, as well as a resort which takes up 50 acres of space and… more…

Transportation

Considered to be one of the hidden gems of Turks and Caicos, Middle… more…

Air Travel

Also known as Grand Caicos, Middle Caicos is the largest island in the… more…

Ferries

Ferries play an important role in transportation through Turks and Caicos… more…

Rental Cars

Public transportation is virtually… more…

Sailing & Boating

There are only a few options when it… more…

Taxis

At 48 square miles, Middle Caicos is by… more…

Attractions

Despite being the largest island in Turks and Caicos, Middle Caicos is the least populated of the inhabited land masses in the chain. This… more…

Beaches

All of the beaches of Middle Caicos are located along the north coast.… more…

Map

This interactive map spotlights the approximate location of 24… more…

Map

Activities

Together with North Caicos, Middle Caicos is known as one of the “Day Tripping Islands” simply because they are so sparsely populated and there is very little to do on either locale. Middle Caicos is actually the largest of the Caicos Islands and is a great destination for nature… more…

Sailing & Boating

There are only a few options when it comes to getting to Middle Caicos.… more…

Restaurants

Middle Caicos only has a handful of restaurants to choose from. They tend to all serve local dishes with fresh seafood and produce in… more…

Food

Dining in Turks and Caicos is a surprisingly casual affair. Travelers… more…

Events & Festivals

There is always some sort of celebration going on in Turks and Caicos,… more…

Sailing & Boating

There are only a few options when it comes to getting to Middle Caicos. Many intrepid travelers choose to take matters into their own hands by captaining their own boat, or hiring a charter to get them to the island. In this case, the journey really is part of the fun. The first… more…

Weather

Turks and Caicos is an ideal setting for relaxing in the sand. The islands are warm and sunny most of the year, and a minimal amount of annual rainfall ensures it's almost always a great day for the beach. The climate in Turks and Caicos is described best as desert tropical. This means that the weather is arid, warm, and lacking significant annual rainfall. Fittingly, these islands average 350 sunny days per year, and the easternmost islands get the least rain amount of rain.… more…

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