Salt Cay

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A short 25-minute flight from Providenciales, visiting the one-square mile island of Salt Cay is like taking a step back in time. The colonial-era and Bermudan buildings speak of a bygone era, and the small population (under 100) continue a quiet way of life. There are few cars on the island, golf carts are favoured, and it is customary to give way to the local horses, donkeys and chickens roaming free. Popular attractions include whale watching during the fall and spring migration, and remains of a whale-watching station are testament to the frequency of their passing. Now home to a resort, visitors explore the beach and sea life, and wander among fossils of seventeenth-century salt industry.


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