Middle Caicos is the largest but least developed of the eight inhabited islands in The Turks & Caicos Islands. Pristine white sand beaches, turquoise water, rocky cliffs, ancient caves, plantations & lagoons define Middle & North Caicos on The Turks & Caicos Islands. Linked to the more developed North Caicos by a causeway, The landscape of Middle Caicos is the most remote & natural of any of the islands. While getting here can be an adventure, the islands are idyllic for those looking to get away from it all and immerse themselves in an authentic & untouched Caribbean world.
“A sun-toasted crescent punctuated by sea caves on one end and a dramatic offshore rock formation known as Dragon Cay on the other, Mudjin Harbor is arguably the archipelago's most scenic spot.”