Caribbean Tourism

Little Water Cay

Little Water Cay is the nearest island to Provo and inhabited by iguanas. The endangered Turks and Caicos rock iguana is now protected from threatening human presence by boardwalks which protect their burrows and nesting chambers, and there are strict rules against feeding them.


A visitor’s fee is charged to continue their protection. (Most tour operators have day trips, see Beaches & Watersports)


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