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It’s one of my favorite beaches in the world. Water is absolutely beautiful, no one around and plenty of snorkeling if that’s your thing. I will say, you will white knuckle the drive there. My first time years ago I managed it in an economy...More
Definitely off the beaten path but well worth the drive. Once you turn off millennium highway be prepared for a slow and rough drive. It will take about 15-20 min to arrive to the beach parking lot, and you will definitely question turning around BUT...More
Our favourite beach - you need a car.
Easy enough to get to - follow Millenium Highway until it looks like it’s run out - the tarmac stops. There’s a big Turn Left sign and the Blue Hills Rd is other side of carriageway. Follow...More
We made the trek down Malcolms road in a Nissan Versa rental car. We had no problems, but there is one downhill section that your need to be particularly careful on and take the rightmost track down the hill. Just take your time and drive...More
We had not heard of Malcom's Beach before our trip, we met a couple on an excursion who told us it was a must before we left the island. So glad we listened! absolutely breath taking, I never seen anything with such beauty and calmness...More
Before traveling to Turks and Caicos I had already heard that Malcolm's Road Beach was a must-visit destination. We had rented a car for the duration of our weeklong vacation on Providenciales (a Nissan Latio- comparable in size to a toyota corolla) and we used...More
Some reviews felt the isolated location might encourage crime in the area, but we felt completely safe.
Wow, we had fun and saw plenty of fish, even without snorkeling gear... don't make the same mistake we did!
We rented a jeep to get here (and...More
This was absolutely the highlight of our trip. The whole time we were in the Turks the wind was blowing steady 30+ from the south. We wanted to see other beaches away from Grace Bay, so we found this gem. You will question what you...More