Bonefish Point

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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13 reviews
  • Jon S
    Jon S
    11 months 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
    6 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

  • Peter Porter
    Peter Porter
    6 months ago

    Awesome spot, worth the drive!

  • Dana Sibalova
    Dana Sibalova
    11 months ago

    Beautiful remote beach that you can get to in a small car too (no 4x4 needed)

  • Hillary
    a month ago

    Great place

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