South Caicos

Although South Caicos is the smallest in the archipelago at 8-square miles, it is the commercial fishing capital of the Turks and Caicos. While once the greatest salt producing island and original centre of commerce, it is home now to approximately 1,200 residents. Dotted with historical buildings, the relaxed lifestyle is evidenced by the free roaming donkeys taking right of way over other forms of transportation. A natural remnant of the salt-raking industry is the Boiling Hole, a subterranean sea passage once utilised to flood the inland Salinas. The island now hosts an annual regatta in May, where you can witness both boat and donkey races.

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