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GO BEYOND PROVIDENCIALES... VISIT OUR OTHER ISLANDS House is slowly being restored. The Salinas are impossible to miss. Once shal-low bodies of brackish water, they were converted to saltpans. The hand laid stone dykes and canals are quite impressive. HOW TO GET TO SALT CAY Salt Cay can be reached via Caicos Express Airways. Or via interCaribbean flights from PLS to Grand Turk plus a ferry to Salt Cay. SALT CAY INFORMATION Salt Cay Divers -649-241-1009 www.SaltCayDivers.tc home to the 5-star Parrot Cay Resort & Spa (COMO Hotels & Resorts). Keith Richards, Donna Karan, Bruce Willis, Cristi Brinkley and numerous other celebrities own homes on this exclusive island. tect these endangered iguanas and their environment. A visitor centre sells native straw work, conch shells and bottled water. Your $8 / $15 entry fee goes toward preservation efforts. PINE CAY This tiny, private island is home to a small cadre of homeowners and seasonal resi-dents. The Meridian Club offers visitors a totally relaxing getaway vacation. No phone, no TV, no automobiles, just peace. Nine miles of nature trails, a pristine beach and excellent snorkelling. FORT GEORGE CAY A National Historic Site , your charter boat captain can point out cannons lying in three feet of water just offshore, that were once poised to protect the numer-ous Loyalist plantations in the TCI. WEST CAICOS A favourite diving destination for Provo dive operations. Small sandy beaches tucked into the ironshore offer perfect picnic coves. A thriving sisal plantation in the late 1800s, some railroad tracks and ruins of Yankeetown remain. INHABITED CAYS AMBERGRIS CAY One of two large cays, Ambergris was a whale lookout point during the mid 1800s. The island was developed as an exclusive A sanctuary for Turks & Caicos rock residential community, complete with iguanas and osprey, and a popular stop for deep water port and jet runway. island beach cruises. Often referred to as “Iguana Island.” Bring your camera. Guides Local legend purports that female pirate from the National Trust will answer any questions you may have. Two boardwalks Anne Bonny stayed here in the 1720s, hence the original name -Pirate Cay. Now and lookouts have been installed to pro-UNINHABITED CAICOS CAYS LITTLE WATER CAY DELLIS CAY The deteriorating buildings of a stalled development on this once again deserted cay, do not affect the combination of cur-rent and tide patterns which have created our best beachcombing location.. I PARROT CAY NORTH CAICOS Turks & Caicos Islands MIDDLE CAICOS PROVIDENCIALES WEST CAICOS TCI Ferry Services -Passengers to North Caicos 3-5 departures daily and to South Caicos two days a week 649-946-5406 / reservations@tciferry.com / www.tciferry.com 154 • • • • • NOV/DEC/JAN/FEB 2017/2018 “Where When How -Turks & Caicos Islands” TU RK S I SL A AMBERGRIS CAYS ND Caicos Express flies daily to Grand Turk and four times a week to Salt Cay 649-941-5730 / res@caicosexpressairways.com www.caicosexpressairways.com PA SS AG interCaribbean flies to Grand Turk and South Caicos 649 946-4999 / res@intercaribbean.com 649-331-3404 / charter@intercaribbean.com www.intercaribbean.com E FORT CAY T CAY CAY CAY PARRO DELLIS CAY PINE GEORGE WATER LITTLE ATLANTIC OCEAN Ferry Service Flights EAST CAICOS CAICOS BANKS SOUTH CAICOS GRAND TURK SALT CAY

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