All of the beaches of Middle Caicos are located along the north coast. They range from sands of pink coral, to your typical white sand, and a few are very thin, rocky stretches of beach backed by cliffs that feature tufts of bright tropical greenery. Most of the beaches on this island are secluded at almost all times, so claiming a stretch of coast as your own is fairly easy to do.
You will discover a handful of beaches to consider visiting on the island. Snorkeling is an option at some of the beaches, if some of the people in your group enjoy this relaxing pastime. For more detail concerning one particular beach click on the names of the ones you want to learn about.
A nice beach with snorkeling is Lorimers North Beach. Lorimers North Beach can be found at the end of a paved road that branches off Bottle Creek Main Road. As you come up to the beach, you'll notice a patch of grass worn where visitors often park where you can do the same.
Another good choice for snorkeling fans is Conch Bar Beach. Conch Bar Beach is accessible by a main roadway, where visitors can find parking before walking a short distance to the beach.
Conch Bar West: The topography surrounding Conch Bar West can easily be described as dramatic. Turquoise waves splash against a long thin stretch of white sand beach, which is baked by verdant forestry.
Take a moment to look through the table below for more information about your options.
|Bambarra Beach||0.7 mi. Northwest of Central Bambarra||North East|
|Conch Bar Beach||0.1 mi. Northwest of Central Conch Bar||North West|
|Conch Bar West||1.6 mi. West-Northwest of Central Conch Bar||North West|
|Lorimers East Beach||7.9 mi. East of Central Middle Caicos||East|
|Lorimers North Beach||6.8 mi. Northeast of Central Middle Caicos||North East|
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