West Indian flamingos are a common site in the wetlands throughout the Turks and Caicos Islands. One of the best spots to see large flocks of these iconic pink birds is the Flamingo Pond Overlook on North Caicos. The pond itself is surrounded by dense mangroves, so it’s bit of a burden to reach the water’s edge. Bring binoculars or a long camera lens if you hope to get a close look at the birds. The overlook is easy to find, situated along the side of Whitby Highway, the main road along the north side of North Caicos.

Location: Whitby, North Caicos, Turks & Caicos Islands

Open: Monday-Friday: 9:30am - 3:30pm

The entry fee is free.

Binoculars are for rent at $2.00 per person.

Visits at other times including Saturdays & Sundays can be arranged on request by prior appointment with the National Trust. Please contact the National Trust in advance (649) 245-7364.

There are no toilets on site.

Local souvenirs and tickets to Wade's Green Plantation & Conch Bar Caves are available at the Visitor Information Centre & Local Craft Outlet.

Cash only. Sorry – we can’t accept credit cards here.

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P.O.Box 540, #50 Salt Mills Plaza, Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands. Tel: (649) 941 5710/ (649) 232 6282 E-Mail: info@tcnationaltrust.org

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