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What an amazing beach (once you find it!) Water as far as the eye can see. You can walk out for at least a quarter mile with the water no higher than your knees. No shade or restrooms though so be prepared!
It’s tricky to...More
this beach is hidden and we had to park our car outside and walked into the beach through the little jungle :-)). It was totally worth the walk. THe beach was occupied by most of the villas. So we walked from the small trail and...More
Upon researching areas to explore in Caicos, this was top on my and my girlfriend's list. We actually visited twice in our short (four day) visit to the island. Despite reading others helpful tips, we still had to stumble around for about ten minutes before...More
This beach is a private beach however there is access from a side road. Be respectful of the people on the beach and you will have the most private, serene beach experience. Great for seeing fish as the water is crystal clear. If you are...More
Beach is great but it is hard to access due to lot of private housing. Currently all the old access points are blocked by property owners even though all the beaches are public in TCI. I would defiantly complain to the city management to make...More
Great beach, very secluded and a little tough to find.
The water is ankle deep for 100 yards and even then once we got a little farther it was knee deep. Very very calm waters and great spot for families with kids.
I didn’t see...More
Chalk Sound Dr, left on Ocean Point Dr, parking about 300ft on the right side. Don’t block the driveways. Walk past the fancy iron gates for Su Mar Villas on the right. Directly after the gates end on the right is a rocky path (four...More
Totally worth the 40 minutes looking for the path to get to the beach!!! I don’t remember the road but if you are by the tennis courts, you are extremely close to the path, don’t give up! There are 3 white houses; the path to...More
Still not sure about the access. We rented a car so we were able to go to various beaches in Provo. We tried to follow directions and we cannot find the access to Taylor bay beach. We ended up at Sapodilla but it was small...More
I can’t really answer that for you. I know the airport area was flooded from the storm and there was damage but from what I’ve read most areas are back to normal. It’s a beautiful place and Taylor Bay was perfect for us... More
I can’t really answer that for you. I know the airport area was flooded from the storm and there was damage but from what I’ve read most areas are back to normal. It’s a beautiful place and Taylor Bay was perfect for us, less crowded and a more quiet area. It’s easy to get around the island so if you’re looking for more activity it’s a short drive away.
Have a great trip and enjoy the beautiful island and it’s residents. 🏝
It is a public beach but access is really limited unless you're crossing over private property. Apparently there use to be more public access/parking but some property was sold where that access was and there are some... More
It is a public beach but access is really limited unless you're crossing over private property. Apparently there use to be more public access/parking but some property was sold where that access was and there are some villas there now. We were staying on Taylor Bay at a villa so we had direct access to the beach. There are still a couple of spots that the public can access if you're lucky enough to get a place to park that you can walk in. There was a lot of complaints about the limited access prior to us going but with private owners building I see their point, too, of not wanting people parking at their villas or going across their private property to access the beach. I think the local government should have thought ahead and saved a small plot just for access.
It's a beautiful, quiet beach and definitely worth the walk in.
Enjoy your trip. It's a beautiful island!