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Blue Horizon Resort
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Reviewed May 9, 2003

We only had a week but it was so restful that it felt like a month. No phones, tv, internet....just the sound of wind and waves. Our accommodation was clean, bright and modern and we slept like logs with the doors open - the front of the cottage faces the ocean with glass sliders that lead to a screened porch. We awoke to a fabulous view and took off down the beach on the old Crossing Place Trail which goes for miles along unpopulated beach - we were gone for 3 hours and never saw anyone else. Its a great place for photography, birdwatching and beachcombing. One morning was spent exploring the caves which network the island for miles underground. A local guide filled us in on the history and lore of the caves and pointed out stalagtites, stalagmites, bats and Lucayan Indian ruins. I give this place two thumbs up and hope to return to this unspoiled paradise soon.

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Reviewed September 2, 2002

We stayed a week at the Blue Horizon August '02. You fly into Provo ( the most developed ot the Turks and Caicos Islands) and take a 12 minute flight on a 6-8 seater to Middle Caicos. The commuter flight cost $90/person round-trip but is well worth it and the scenery is spectacular. You will save that much and more on accomodations and taxes vs what you would pay in Provo. We went in August (off season) so we were the only guest at the resort when we arived. The owners are very hospitable and accomodating. They let us check out two of the villas and gave us our choice. The cost was very reasonable and much less than comparable accomodations in Provo. All the villas are ocean view and a short walk to the spectacular beach. The Villas are nothing fancy but are very clean and roomy with kitchens. (you need a kitchen since there are no restaurants on site). There is a restaurant (Daniel's) a few miles away which serves local Conch, Grouper and Lobster. We had the Conch and it was very good. Or you can buy it and cook it yourself. There is also Annie's (very) little store if you run out of food. The owners will also shop for you for food in Povo if you give them a grocery list in advance or you can bring your own food, but shopping in Provo is difficult since you have to take a taxi which is very expensive. We were there in August and it was never very hot or humid. There is a constant breeze out of west and you don't even need A/C. The best thing about the resort is the 50 acre setting overlooking 40 foot or so rock cliffs, rock caves, and miles of undeveloped beach. We hiked for miles and never saw another person. This is not your average beach. The sand is coral white, the water is clear and emerald blue and relatively calm. You can swim and snorkle right off the beach around the dragon cay rock formation or in the cove or just lay on any of the miles of beach. You won't find a more peaceful location. We did not even see a boat all week. If you want peace and privacy on a beautiful beach setting and nately go back.

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Reviewed March 4, 2017
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Stayed: March 2017
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Reviewed September 17, 2016
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  • Stayed: April 2016, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 26, 2016 via mobile
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Stayed: August 2016, traveled as a couple
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