If you’re really looking to get away from it all, treat yourself by checking out Middle Caicos. A causeway connects North and Middle, with stunning Atlantic coastline opening up to the north of the road, and vast mangroves stretching away to the south. There are only a few tiny settlements dotted along the island; Conch Bar and Bambarra are the largest, but there isn’t much to them. However, Conch Bar Caves and Bambarra Beach, two of the island's more worthwhile attractions, are nearby.
There are few services to speak of on the island, save the odd seemingly abandoned gas pump (which may or may not have gas) and a few phone booths that have seen better days. The proximity to North Caicos dictates that traveling over to the neighboring island is the way to go if you want to buy groceries or head out for a meal.