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Introducing North Caicos

There was a time a century ago when bountiful North Caicos, with its lush farmland and bustling towns, was the center of action in the island chain. These days there are only stone ruins and a few small towns to show for these early expansions, but there remains a pristine tropical isle that is a joy to visit.

While there is a distinctive lost-world feel to this island, change is coming – a number of projects are underway, including a deep-water harbor that will make bringing building materials to the island much easier. It does signal the end of a very quiet era on NC, so enjoy the empty roads, shell-strewn beaches and green interior in the relative quiet while you still can.