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Mujin Harbor

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how long does it take to drive from Sandy poiont dock to Mudjin Harbor in Middle Caicos? Also what are the 'Must' see scenic in North and Middle Caicos? thanks!

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No more than 40 minutes. We did it earlier this week. Don't be alarmed by the crazy pothole-covered dirt roads, it is normal and the car rentals know you will be taking the cars out on them.

Get gas on the way because there are not many options out there. Our car came on empty as did some other travelers we met.

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Must see options are Mudjin Harbor and Dragon Cay on Middle Caicos. We loved Horsestable Beach on North Caicos along with the flamingos on Flamingo Pond, and there is Wades Green Plantation.

The caves on Middle Caicos are worth a look. You can visit part of them without a guide, but if you want to explore further a tour guide is recommended.

If you get hungry along the way Daniel's Cafe on Middle is a delicious stop!

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Mudgin Harbour is definately worth the effort......you will be amazed with the views .

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40 minutes to Blue Horizon Resort, where you will park, and walk around and down to the beach. Mudjin Harbor, Dragon Cay and photos from the look out at BHR and the praying hands statue -a must do. Also, you can walk from the beach to Dragon Cay via the isthmus.

Bambarra Beach is likewise beautiful. Calm, gin clear water there, whereas Mudjin is not protected by the reef on the Conch Bar side, so you get a lot more Atlantic wave action.

If it's low tide and you are properly provisioned, you can walk out to Pelican Cay at Bambarra Beach, about 1/2 mile out. Look for flamingos in the salina in Bambarra.

And of course, a stop at Daniel's Cafe for lunch (fresh fish or cracked conch on the menu, with rice and peas and salad and bread - $20) and some reasonably priced, hand made souvenirs at the Middle Caicos Co-Op.

I suggest you drive to Bambarra first, and make your way back toward N. Caicos, that way you are always getting "closer" to the marina, in the event that time gets away from you.

There are middle caicos, blue horizon resort and daniel's cafe facebook pages as well that you can "like" with pictures and info.

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And as people said here, get your gas on N. Caicos before you maKe the trek to Middle. For all intents and purposes, there are no gas stations on Middle.

Bring CASH too.

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Ideally, you will be at Bambarra Beach in the morning at low tide and Mudgin Harbor in the afternoon at high tide. Mudjin Harbor at high tide with winds from the east-northeast is truly awesome. Here is a link to the tide forecasts:

http://tinyurl.com/4y2pmf2

Edited: 02 October 2011, 15:07
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Is there a grocery store anywhere around there?

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Not right at Mudjin Harbor, but you will pass a few small ones on North Caicos. They are small markets with just the basics, so not like a full sized grocery store. KJ's in Whitby usuallly has the best selection.

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