Grand Caicos

48 Square Miles of Heaven on Earth

Despite being the largest island in the TCI, the idyllic and largely untouched Grand Caicos is home to just 250 people. Its friendly, welcoming population is concentrated in the island’s 3 main settlements: Conch Bar, Bambarra and Lorimers.

Renowned for miles of white, sandy beaches, caves, freshwater ponds and limestone cliffs, the 48 square mile island is one of the most beautiful islands in Turks and Caicos.

Largest Nature Preserve in the Caribbean

Its landscape is varied, fertile and lush. Guava, tamarind and aloe vera grow throughout the island.

There is also a marvelous natural lagoon at Mudjin Harbour, ringed by Dragon Cay, as well as the largest nature preserve in the Caribbean, which protects some of the world’s most interesting and beautiful flora and fauna.

Low Density Guaranteed

85% of the island is RAMSTAR protected. Development in these areas is strictly prohibited, so residents and guests of Aniyana will be amongst the fortunate few to live surrounded by the protected natural beauty of Grand Caicos.

A Rich History

The island has a rich history too. More Lucayan artefacts have been found on Grand Caicos than any other island in the Turks and Caicos. Its caves, part of the Caribbean’s largest cave system were considered sacred by Lucayan Indians, who left carvings on the cave walls.