The journey to the beach is a new experience especially for guests seeking an adventure while Malcom's Road Beach itself offers a perfect Caribbean setting and ultimate seclusion. Snorkeling is great here but remember to bring equipment for there are no facilities at the beach.
Located on the island of Providenciales, 4.4 miles west-northwest of Blue Hills, You should consider stopping by even if you aren't staying very close. This beach is not just another pleasant piece of the coast, it's special in that it's one of the few quiet beaches in Turks and Caicos. While Malcolm's Road Beach may be a little more difficult to reach, visiting this beach instead of a more crowded one could make your experience less stressful.
Miles of off-roading on a rocky trail leads to Malcom's Road Beach. This beach is only accessible with a four-wheel-drive vehicle but its seclusion and serenity are worth the trip
For the adventurous traveler, Malcolm's Road Beach on the northwest coast of the island is worth the journey. It is a beautiful beach with powder white sands and excellent snorkeling. The tiki huts that line the shore are the only trace of mankind and shield loungers from the sun.
Yes, there are public restrooms at Malcolm's Road Beach. It's also good to know that you will have access to chairs and umbrellas here, so guests looking for a break from the hot sun will not be disappointed. The water in the area is of good snorkeling quality, so bring your equipment if you're hoping to see what lies beneath the surface. Malcolm's Road Beach stays deserted because of its location, and the only trace of humanity is in the tiki huts on the beach for shade.
Secluded away, Malcolm's Road Beach as well as its availability of conveniences are bound to be a hit among tourists that plan to enjoy some time free of the busy beaches, since it is situated in a laid-back part of Providenciales. Thanks to this, the availability of some facilities likely won't be decreased.
This beach is positioned on the North West coast of Providenciales. It is close to Northwest Point National Park, which is found a mile and a half to the north, and it is one of the attractions in the vicinity.
Historical attractions such as Cheshire Hall provide a nice compliment to the scenery of Malcolm's Road Beach, and allow visitors to learn more about Turks and Caicos, without having to leave the coast. In fact, this shoreline is six and a half miles from this historical destination.
The beach is one type of attraction you can visit, but there's even more to see during your stay. The table below lists other attractions that are nearby.
|Northwest Point National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||1.8||N||Providenciales|
|The Turkcaician Gallery||Art Gallery||6.6||SE||Providenciales|
|Cheshire Hall||Historical Site||6.6||SE||Providenciales|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||6.7||SE||Providenciales|
Not far away you'll find, a town which is an interesting area that brings together the quietude of the Caribbean and the urbanization of city life.
Whether this spot is full of bodies or practically empty will depend on how many hotel guests decide to make the trip as well. Malcolm's Road Beach is not near very many major hotels, but you may see visitors staying at smaller lodgings in the area.
Visitors trying to find a room not far from the beach shouldn't find it that difficult, as there is no shortage of hotels and resorts to choose from close-by. Find the closest and most convenient hotel booking options by perusing what's listed in the table below.
|Northwest Point Resort||1.5||NE||Resort|
While this spot isn't close to many restaurants, you'll still have some choices, particularly if you're willing to venture a little out of the way. The closest places to grab a bite to eat is Da Conch Shack, which is a short taxi ride away.
A few nearby dining options are shown in the table below.
|Da Conch Shack||(649) 946-8877||Caribbean||Very Casual||3.8 mi.||ESE|
|Three Queens Bar and Restaurant||(649) 941-5984||Caribbean||Very Casual||--||--|
|Sailing Paradise||--||Caribbean||Very Casual||4.7 mi.||ESE|
Vacationers searching for the perfect beach will have other options if Malcolm's Road Beach doesn't suit their tastes.
Another location you might enjoy is The Bight Beach, located within the range of a taxi. Others might prefer Simeon Rigby Hole Beach, which offers a little more opportunity for excitement, and isn't far from nearby attractions. It's located one and a quarter miles to the south-southwest.
Another location you may want to try is Blue Hills Beach, which is located five miles to the east-southeast.
While the area offers plenty of picturesque views and exciting attractions, taking a swim at Malcolm's Road Beach is certainly a fun way to enjoy the area's natural attractions.
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