Heaven Awaits!!! :0)
April 29, 2013
We stayed at the Royal Hideaway Townhouses on Middle Caicos in March/April of 2013 and were totally pleased with our accommodations and the attentiveness of our welcoming committee at the ferry landing.. No matter how many times you travel, it is always a relief to see a friendly face at the airport or final destination, in this case the ferry landing in North Caicos with faces looking for you rather than you looking for themâ€¦.
The car included with the rental package was not new but the air worked and it remained reliable all week. The 4 wheel drive in this case allowed off road adventures that I think we might not have taken otherwise. This is a big island with tons of hidden getaways where you might not see anybody for days. A hidden paradise as the owner said.
We beach combed almost every morning . Bambarra Beach is a 5 mile stretch of pure white sand beach, absolutely precious and very photogenic. Glad we got here before the real developers ruin it as they must because nothing ever stays the same.
We met others who have been coming here for years and have kept it their own secret but who were extremely anxious to share their favorite places and experiences.
Mudjin Harbor is a must see.. Restaurant is great but fairly expensive unless you stay away from the deserts and appetizers.. Very Picturesque !
Cow Hill Bay, best beachcombing and shoreline bonefishing. Something for both of us.
Ice Robinson was our snorkeling guide and knew where to find the clearest waters and reefs where we could safely snorkel and hunt our own dinner
Middle Caicos seems to be lost in time and that is very refreshing. The accommodations were exactly as shown in the advertising and that is also refreshing.
Newly repaired causeway allowed us to explore North Caicos and test some of their restaurants because Middle Caicos only has two and after a day on or in the water, we were tired and didnâ€™t want to cook except for those days we had fresh fish and Lobsters.
That will change in time but I prefer the adventure of Middle Caicos to the tourism destinations of the Bahamas and even the T I s Providenciales
Katherine Griffin, Jackson, NJ
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