Malcolm's Road Beach, Providenciales

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If you like your beaches secluded and natural, head to Malcolm's Road Beach. You’ll have to traverse a long, rough road to reach the well-hidden beach, but the journey is worth it. Once there, you'll be treated to blue waters, colorful corals, abundant wildlife and beautiful sunsets. Bear in mind that the gate to the beach is closed at sundown. Be sure to bring sunscreen and an umbrella, as the beach offers limited shade. Before you head to Providenciales, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Providenciales route maker website, to make sure you see all that Providenciales has to offer, including Malcolm's Road Beach.
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  • Little dicey getting down there, but well worth the drive. Great views and snorkeling! The beach isn't huge, but nicely maintained. Bring water or snacks - no facilities.  more »
  • Malcolms road shows on google maps on my iPhone so it was not hard to find. Follow the dirt road and it is good until you get to the communication tower, where it gets pretty bad, but was passible...  more »
  • The drive there is challenging and bumpy but our rental made it in and out just fine. The beach is gorgeous and down the way from Amanyara Resort. We were there at around 10 am on a Saturday and only....  more »
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  • Amazing isolated beach! Definitely worth the effort to get there. Make sure you have a Jeep or SUV. There were many cars with flat tires trying to get to the beach. The road is treacherous.
  • We just spent part of our day here and it was beautiful. We were seriously scared we were going to damage our little rental car but it made it! I don't know if it is totally worth it for that reason, but it was my first time snorkeling and it was awesome. I can't really swim but there were beautiful tropical fish around my fish about 2 feet into the water. My little kids loved it, I dared putting the mask on and swimming for a bit around the rocks seeing the different fish while still able to stand up and walk ashore. It was a magical experience for us, but if you like to snorkel, there may be other areas where you can see things without risking breaking your car or messing up a tire...
  • The beach is pretty nice and there is some snorkeling off the coast with reef balls (intended for reef rehabilitation). The beach is nice, but it was far less isolated than I anticipated thanks to the Amanyara resort next door. This is the resort where the elite (read that as VERY wealthy) stay. Rooms evidently start at over $1000 per night (I saw some clearing $5000 per night). The drive is okay. We drove there in a small rental and we were fine. The drive is comparable to the one out to Pirate's Cove, but shorter. Once there, there is a pavilion to escape from the sun if needs be and pretty informative signs. If you hike to the left, you'll soon encounter the resort. If you keep hiking to your left (onto the rock outcroppings, past the beach), you may be "asked" by security what you are doing and redirected to leave. You are not permitted to take pictures of the resort (but the entire beach and waters are National Park, so you are in the legal right...but you still don't want an altercation). I've attached a few photos to help with driving. From Millennium Hwy, turn left on Malcom's road. Your GPS might suggest turning left at some point, but that is the way to the resort, which is gated/locked and full of security. Continue straight to the end of the road...that is the beach.
  • One of the many hidden treasures of Turks, good area for snorkeling if you're looking for big fish
  • Beautiful isolated beach

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