Malcolm’s Road is a beautiful and secluded beach on Providenciales’ remote west coast. This beach is approximately 1.3 miles long (2 km). The exclusive Amanyara resort is located at the southern end of the coast, while the northern side eventually transitions into low limestone ironshore cliffs as it leads to Northwest Point.

Malcolm’s Road is notable for its proximity to the wall, which is a sheer drop-off on the edge of the underwater Caicos Islands plateau. Although the feature surrounds much of the Caicos Islands group and provides some of the best scuba diving in the region, nearly all other beaches on Providenciales are quite a distance from the wall and are also protected by the barrier reef.

The depth at Malcolm’s Road Beach is approximately 50 feet (15 meters) at the top of the wall and rapidly drops off the wall.



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  • T Wilsey
    T Wilsey
    a month ago

    Super clean beach.

  • Robert Guratzsch
    Robert Guratzsch
    4 months ago

    Best beaches and reef snorkeling on the island 🏝 👌

  • Maura Medina
    Maura Medina
    4 months ago

    Very solitaire and the roads are in bad conditions. Not worth it!!!

  • mark francis
    mark francis
    9 months ago

    The Road is a little rough after the rains but an island can get you there !

    6 months ago

    Roads are terrible. With that being said, drive as far as you can and walk the rest! Well worth it!

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