Turks and Caicos Islands Sights


  • Historic District/Site

Updated 06/14/2015

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This settlement includes a small school and church as well as tropical fruit trees that produce limes, papayas, and the more exotic custard apples. Nearby are the well-preserved ruins—old cauldrons, main house structure, and other outbuildings—of. Kew's heartbeat is still present, and visiting will give you a better understanding of the daily life of the islanders before development; it's wonderful to see the more traditional lifestyle coexisting with the present day. Contact the National Trust to make arrangements to view the property.

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North Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands


649-941–5710-National Trust

Updated 06/14/2015


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