The Turks and Caicos´ evocative Indian Cave

With a ¨land-of-the-lost¨ feel, this large gallery offers easy access, no entry fee, many skylights and openings, and a profusion of tropical flora including short-leafed figs, papaya trees, and many native plants. But there are dangers too; the rosary pea found near the cave’s entrance has highly poisonous seeds which if ingested can be fatal. So pay attention, especially when there are children around.

Read more in Tripatini contributor Cynthia Madison´s post An Introduction to a Turks and Caicos Holiday.


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