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.

Situated on the northwestern side of the island of Providenciales, 5.2 miles northwest of Blue Hills, You might want whether or not you're staying particularly close by. If you plan to sunbathe or take a nap on a fairly secluded beach, you shouldn't miss the opportunity to visit Northwest Point National Park Beach.

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. You will find the water here is clear enough for snorkeling, so purchase or rent some gear if you want to do some underwater exploration.

If you find that you like coasts which bring guests a relaxing enclave, then think about trying out Northwest Point National Park Beach; it is tucked away in a more natural sector of Providenciales.

What's Nearby

Attractions

Visitors will find this beach on the Northwest coast of Providenciales. It is near Northwest Point National Park, which is within a distance that tourists could probably walk or take a cab to, and it is one of a number of favorite local destinations.

If you want to discover more interesting facts about the history of Turks and Caicos, you won't have to look hard to find sites boasting the colorful history of the nation. One of the closest attractions of this sort is Cheshire Hall, which is within the range of a taxi.

Beaches are nice for a few hours here and there, but there will be more options available in Turks and Caicos. The following table includes the closest attractions.

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

Hotels

The crowdedness of the shoreline can vary widely, depending on when you visit, and how many of the nearby hotel rooms have been booked. There aren't many large hotels in the immediate vicinity, but it can attract guests staying at the few small lodgings in the area.

You'll find a decent amount of hotels a car ride away. Some of the closest options can be viewed in the following table.

Accommodations near Northwest Point National Park Beach
Hotel Distance Direction Type
Northwest Point Resort 1.0 SE Resort
Amanyara 2.3 S Resort
Airport Inn 7.2 SE Hotel

Food

While this location isn't located in the culinary epicenter of the area, you can still satisfy your hunger, particularly if you are willing to venture a little farther away. One of the nearest restaurants is Da Conch Shack, which is a quick car or cab ride away.

The following table lists nearby restaurant options.

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

Travelers who are looking for the ideal beach will have lots of choices besides Northwest Point National Park Beach.

Travelers who like this beach might also enjoy The Bight Beach, found within taxi range of the coast. If you're looking for a more active beach scene, you might find that Davy Bight Beach is just right. It's located one and an eighth miles to the southeast.

Another location you may want to try is Blue Hills Beach, which is located six miles to the southeast.

You may find that Northwest Point National Park Beach is a great fit for your vacation, but maybe you want to see more; if so, there are other beaches and natural attractions in Turks and Caicos you might like.

 

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