My friend and I took our teenage boys for a week. What an amazing experience, every minute was an adventure. The Island is very rural and has more animals than people, I called it the "Galapagos of the Caribbean", wild donkeys, cows, iguanas, roosters, hermit crabs and cats all roam around the Island. The waters and sand beaches are pristine, we snorkeled at Dunscombe point, went out with Salt Cay Divers and snorkeled and explored uninhabited Cotton Cay and explored every beautiful rugged inch of this amazing place. If you like amenities of any kind this island is not for you. One bar and grill, dive shop, two mom and pop stores with a few canned goods and water. You have to work with your guest house owner to order food, it gets delivered from Grand Turk. This Island has a bohemian vibe and beautiful scenery, Caribbean "glamping" at it's best!
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