North and Middle Caicos Tours
Island Caves & Beach Exploring
Turks and Caicos Tours
Middle Caicos Tours: Explore the huge limestone cave system of Middle Caicos island and see spectacular seascapes of Mudjin Harbour and Crossing Point bluffs on this unique personalized safari tour. If you are into caves, bats, and want to see where the local indians took shelter when storms hit while getting in high quality beach time, this journey is for you.
We pick you up at sunrise for a gorgeous 30 minute ferry ride through the archipelago of the Caicos Cays to North Caicos. From there we drive through the lush, green island past small villages on the banks of inlets and on to mangroves with flocks of Flamingos before reaching the caves at Conch Bar. You get a guided tour deep into several "rooms," including one where Indian ceremonies took place long ago.
Then it's on to Mudjin Harbour, one of the most beautiful settings for a beach anywhere on the planet. It’s an easy walk down to the protected bay sheltered by Dragon Cay. Hike up to the bluffs on the Crossing Place Trail that served as the route slaves would take between settlements. (We give you a little of the fascinating history of the place, including little known facts like plantation owners in the American south who sided with the British in the American Revolution settled here with slaves.) Check out cliffs overlooking the wild Atlantic. About lunch time, we head to Daniel’s Cafe for an outstanding local lunch of "sweet" conch and other seafood. Those with extra energy will have the opportunity to go for a 10K run along a hard packed sand road that follows the coast for more incredibly beautiful seascapes. We have you back in Provo by 4:30 pm.
Cost per person: 4-6 people: $275
Cost per person: 2-3 people: $350
Tour includes transfers from your hotel, guide, ferry ride, private vehicle, cave tour, beach, lunch.
Essentials: Bring running/walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, extra shirt. Swim suit/ towel optional.
Fair Warning: Imagination likely to run wild. You may feel (or be) transported back in time as shipwrecked sailor centuries ago
meeting up with local Taino indians and participating in their
ceremonies deep in the cave. Nobody leaves without being
awestruck. Possible bonus: Humpback whales migrating along
this coast January-March. May come close enough to be a major
lunch-time distraction. 51 were seen passing by in first part of
2012. Reserve your North and Middle Caicos Tours.
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