BONEFISH POINT is a remote and scenic sandy peninsula on Providenciales’ southwest coast. The Frenchman’s Creek and Pigeon Pond Nature Reserve surrounds the area, which is surrounded by shallows and wetlands.

Nurse sharks, lemon sharks, southern brown stingrays, turtles, conch, and starfish can all be seen in the shallows around Bonefish Point.

A diverse range of tropical dry forest and coastal birds have been spotted. Long-tailed tropic birds, brown pelicans, Antillean nighthawks, American kestrels, mangrove cuckoos, yellow-bellied sapsuckers, blue-gray gnatcatchers, bananaquits, and Bahamas woodstar hummingbirds are common.

On land, the Great Blue land crab (Cardisoma guanhumi) relies heavily on the dunes and silty coastal environment for burrowing.



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  • Bryan Huff
    Bryan Huff
    2 months ago

    If you have a Jeep you absolutely have to go out here!!! We went to all the hard to get to beaches and this one was the best! Totally secluded and the beach goes on forever!!!

  • David Lamb
    David Lamb
    4 years ago

    First off - this is easily my favorite part of TCI. It is stunning and isolated. There are a lot of reviews about the route here...which is actually part of the fun. I have uploaded a few photos to help you make an informed decision about driving. In February, 2018, we drove to Pirate's Cove in a tiny rental car (see photo). Head NW on Millennium Hwy and turn left onto Lighthouse (something like that) Rd. This is the long one that heads all the way SW. Follow it down. It is a bit dodgy in parts (again, see attached photos). From Millennium, the road is paved for a while. Once the pavement ends, it took us about 30 minutes driving carefully to reach the beach. From this point until the road that connects to the airport is the worst part. The toughest is right before the airport road. After this, it's an easy drive on a relatively flat, sandy road. There, you'll see that Google Maps lists a place called "Bonefish Nude Beach". While technically, it might be (one of the tour guides mentioned that people occasionally use it as such), it's much more of an isolated beach. I saw nobody in the buff. To the left, you have Pirate's Cove and Split Rock...

  • Jon S
    Jon S
    a year ago

    The road getting here, while bumpy, can still easily be trekked by the tiny rental cars. Our Honda Fit had no issues. Since virtually no one will be there you can drive almost right up to the beach. Just bring some bug spray if you plan to be there anytime around sunset.

  • Gla L
    Gla L
    11 months ago

    Amazing We spent half a day Suv or 4x4 is better Hard road but worth it We saw nobody we walked in the water on the left of the nude beach and we arrived at pirate cave On the right beautiful beaches till bonefish point My best day on this island

  • Chris Allo
    Chris Allo
    a year ago

    Absolutely gorgeous. The drive, although bumpy at times and through overgrown brush as you approach the beach is worth it. And then a short hike and you arrive. Or you can take a boat tour, but I prefer the former. It is quite literally a point and you can feel the currents whipping around it.

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