North Caicos Island

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North Caicos is of prime interest to eco-tourists. The island receives more rainfall than the rest of the archipelago and as a result, its vegetation is lusher. North Caicos has traditionally been the region's breadbasket. Farms were established there in colonial times and good roads were built to transport the crops to the other islands.

There are five small settlements on North Caicos. The most important ones are The Kew, in the center of the island and Bottle Creek, which sits on a coastal bluff, 3 km (2 miles) south of the airport. The Festarama Festival is held on North Caicos Island each July.

There are several hotels and restaurants on North Caicos. The island is 90 km northwest of Cockburn Town.


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