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Channel House

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Whilst staying at Channel House you are not confined to the limits of one island. Take the opportunity to explore some of the surrounding islands, all of which can be easily accessed via boat or plane. The beautiful cays have many stories to tell from pirate escapades to being used as World War II bases. Even Lord Nelson came here! Venture across to Middle Caicos and explore the limestone caves once home to the original inhabitants of the islands, the Taino Indians. A guide will lead you into this nocturnal world with its three species of bats and impressively dramatic

stalactites and stalagmites. Alternatively visit a traditional medicinal garden where you will learn about the healing properties of some of the islands indigenous plants.

On North Caicos you will find the evocative Wades Green Plantation. Follow the stone walled driveway up to the plantation and wander through the old ruins. As you travel around the island drive past Fish Pond and stop to view the flocks of feeding Greater Flamingos.

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Whilst staying at Channel House you are not confined to the limits of one island. Take the opportunity to explore some of the surrounding islands, all of which can be easily accessed via boat or plane. The beautiful cays have many stories to tell from pirate escapades to being used as World War II bases. Even Lord Nelson came here! Venture across to Middle Caicos and explore the limestone caves once home to the original inhabitants of the islands, the Taino Indians. A guide will lead you into this nocturnal world with its three species of bats and impressively dramatic

stalactites and stalagmites. Alternatively visit a traditional medicinal garden where you will learn about the healing properties of some of the islands indigenous plants.

On North Caicos you will find the evocative Wades Green Plantation. Follow the stone walled driveway up to the plantation and wander through the old ruins. As you travel around the island drive past Fish Pond and stop to view the flocks of feeding Greater Flamingos.

be active

Whilst staying at Channel House you are not confined to the limits of one island. Take the opportunity to explore some of the surrounding islands, all of which can be easily accessed via boat or plane. The beautiful cays have many stories to tell from pirate escapades to being used as World War II bases. Even Lord Nelson came here! Venture across to Middle Caicos and explore the limestone caves once home to the original inhabitants of the islands, the Taino Indians. A guide will lead you into this nocturnal world with its three species of bats and impressively dramatic

stalactites and stalagmites. Alternatively visit a traditional medicinal garden where you will learn about the healing properties of some of the islands indigenous plants.

On North Caicos you will find the evocative Wades Green Plantation. Follow the stone walled driveway up to the plantation and wander through the old ruins. As you travel around the island drive past Fish Pond and stop to view the flocks of feeding Greater Flamingos.

be active

Whilst staying at Channel House you are not confined to the limits of one island. Take the opportunity to explore some of the surrounding islands, all of which can be easily accessed via boat or plane. The beautiful cays have many stories to tell from pirate escapades to being used as World War II bases. Even Lord Nelson came here! Venture across to Middle Caicos and explore the limestone caves once home to the original inhabitants of the islands, the Taino Indians. A guide will lead you into this nocturnal world with its three species of bats and impressively dramatic

stalactites and stalagmites. Alternatively visit a traditional medicinal garden where you will learn about the healing properties of some of the islands indigenous plants.

On North Caicos you will find the evocative Wades Green Plantation. Follow the stone walled driveway up to the plantation and wander through the old ruins. As you travel around the island drive past Fish Pond and stop to view the flocks of feeding Greater Flamingos.