Bambarra Beach Australian Pines Signpost, Middle Caicos
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Bambarra Beach Australian Pines Signpost, Middle Caicos

It takes some doing to get to Bambarra Beach. It’s not quite Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, but it’s close. Most any visit likely requires a flight or two to Provo. From there you’ll need to hop a taxi to the ferry dock. After a short sail to North Caicos, you’re just a scenic drive over the sea away from one of the nicest beaches in Middle Caicos. If too much of the beach’s namesake rum makes you forget how to get back home, just look up. The Bambarra Beach Australian Pines signpost points the way to dozens of far-flung locales, few as beach-beautiful as Bambarra.

Note: For anyone squeamish about nailing into trees, don’t be. Australian Pines are among the more destructive invasive plant species in the Caribbean. Their eradication is very much encouraged in the Turks and Caicos, as elsewhere in our islands. (Not that the nails are likely to hurt ’em much anyway.)


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