Northwest Point National Park Beach

Part of the large Northwest Point National Park, this beach is perfect for nature lovers and anyone hoping to see the natural side of the island. Those who take the time to explore the area will see plenty of wildlife, tropical fauna, as well as find great spots for sunbathing and swimming.

Located on the northwestern coast of the island of Providenciales, 5.2 miles northwest of Blue Hills, You might want to drop by even if you aren't staying nearby. This beach is not just beautiful, it's one of the rare "quiet" beaches in Turks and Caicos. While Northwest Point National Park Beach may be a little more difficult to reach, it's a pleasure to find an undisturbed plot of sand like this one.

How to Access The Beach
It is not hard to reach the national park. All you have to do is take the main north coast road (Millennium Highway) as far as it will go. Once in the park, there is a bit of rough roads to travel down, so an SUV may be the best bet. At the end of the dirt road there is a parking area just a few yards from the beach.

Amenities and Ambiance

There is a lot to see at Northwest Point National Park Beach. The beach itself is part of the national park, and nature is the primary concern. However, because of this, the beach will have many more rocks, plants, and shells on the sand. This can make walking along the coast a little painful for those without shoes. Still, for those looking forward to the natural beauty of the island, shoes are a small price to pay.

Unfortunately, public restrooms aren't available. Fortunately, the water here is of good snorkeling quality, so grab some gear if you're hoping to see what lies beneath the surface.

Northwest Point National Park Beach provides a quiet and tranquil enclave, as the surrounding area is not heavily urbanized.

What's Nearby


Travelers will find Northwest Point National Park Beach on the Northwest coast of Providenciales; it will be near other attractions like Northwest Point National Park, which is a quarter mile to the south west.

Historical attractions such as Cheshire Hall offer a wonderful compliment to the scenery of Northwest Point National Park Beach, plus they allow vacationers to learn more about Turks and Caicos, without having to venture too far from the coast. As a matter of fact, you'll find this spot seven and a half miles to the southeast of this place of historical interest.

If you can't wait to see as many of Turks and Caicos' attractions as possible, you'll find the closest ones in the following table.

Activities and Attractions Near Northwest Point National Park Beach
Attraction Type Distance Direction Island
Northwest Point National Park Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve 0.2 SW Providenciales
The Turkcaician Gallery Art Gallery 7.5 SE Providenciales
Cheshire Hall Historical Site 7.6 SE Providenciales
Chalk Sound National Park Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve 8.3 SSE Providenciales
The Turkcaician Gallery at the Bight Art Gallery 9.8 SE Providenciales


Whether or not you encounter a lot of other visitors will vary depending on the time of day, particularly in the high season when hotels overflow with tourists. There aren't many major hotels nearby, but it can attract guests staying at smaller accommodations in the area.

You'll find a reasonable selection of places to stay a car ride away. A few of the more convenient options can be viewed in the table below.

Accommodations near Northwest Point National Park Beach
Hotel Distance Direction Type
Northwest Point Resort 1.0 SE Resort
Amanyara 2.3 S Resort
Turtle Cove Inn 8.6 SE Hotel


While this location isn't located in the culinary epicenter of the area, you'll probably still spot a few places to try, particularly if you're willing to venture a little farther away. One of the closest places to eat is Da Conch Shack, which is a brief car or taxi trip away.

The following table lists restaurants closest to this beach.

Restaurants near Northwest Point National Park Beach
Restaurant Name Phone Cuisine Distance Direction Island
Da Conch Shack (649) 946-8877 Caribbean 4.5 mi. SE Providenciales

Other Beaches

Visitors searching for the perfect beach will have other options if Northwest Point National Park Beach doesn't suit their tastes.

If you like the ambiance at this beach, you might also like The Bight Beach, located within taxi range of the coast. On the other hand, Davy Bight Beach offers a little more opportunity for excitement, and isn't far from nearby attractions. It's located one and an eighth miles to the southeast.

You may also enjoy Blue Hills Beach, which is located fairly close-by, meaning a short cab ride is an easy option.

While Turks and Caicos has many alluring attractions, visiting Northwest Point National Park Beach or the other beautiful beaches in the area can make your time in Turks and Caicos even more memorable.


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