Found off the south coast of Providenciales near Chalk Sound, Sapodilla Bay is a 900 foot (275 meter) long stretch of sheltered beach. The water here is very shallow, calm and clear, and is an excellent choice for families and those visiting with small children.
Sapodilla Bay offers an interesting setting. There are luxury vacation villason the beach and surrounding coastal cliffs, private yachts anchor in the bay, and the nearby Chalk Sound area is beautiful..
The world-famous Grace Bay Beach of course sees far more guests, however, Sapodilla Bay can feel a little more crowded on busy days due to the limited extent of the beach.
The elegance of white sand greeting crystal waters inspires the timeless luxury of the iconic and original Grace Bay Club, situated on one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Here, grace extends beyond the resort’s name to infuse breathtaking sunrise strolls and romantic sunset dinners with sophistication. Guests enjoy access to myriad activities, a selection of pools and innovative dining offerings.
Our trademark jet ski assisted lessons allow us to conduct our lessons far away from the other schools close to the beach. Learn in plenty of space without other students coming close and making you feel nervous.
Maximize your time on the water - We shuttle you upwind so you can ride for longer!
Despite what you might see advertised, we are the only kite school on island to offer jet ski service with our lessons. Zodiacs and small boats might get there eventually, but nothing beats the speed, efficiency and safety of the jet ski, with no outboard motors to worry about.
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Malcolm’s Road is a beautiful and secluded beach that’s found off the remote west coast of Providenciales. This beach is about 1.3 miles long (2 km). The exclusive Amanyara resort is found at the southern end of the coast, and the northern side eventually becomes low limestone ironshore cliffs as it leads towards Northwest Point.
One unique aspect of Malcolm’s Road is that it’s located close to the wall, which is the sheer drop-off on the edge of the underwater Caicos Islands plateau. The feature surrounds much of the Caicos Islands group and offers some of the best scuba diving in the region, yet nearly all other beaches on Providenciales are quite a distance the wall, and are protected by the barrier reef as well.