With villa construction underway at Villas at Great House, Sailrock continues to actively invest resources into the revitalization and restoration of many historical and commercial areas in South Caicos.

Recently, hundreds of mahogany trees were planted along airport road from the South Caicos airport to the elementary school on the edge of Cockburn Harbour. Plantings were also completed at the cul-de-sac that leads to Sailrock. These trees are native to the Turks & Caicos islands and can be found throughout the island of South Caicos. They are smaller than other species of mahogany and have long been utilized for building furniture and boats.

These new trees have really brought this one-mile strip of road to life making entrance into South Caicos a very pleasant experience! South Caicos is experiencing a bit of a renaissance with many of these initiatives and it is a privilege to be a part of protecting & accenting South Caicos’ natural beauty.

South Caicos is the jewel among the islands of the Turks & Caicos. Here is an island where nature prevails with long, white sandy beaches, ocean-side bluffs, quiet back-water bays and salt flats teeming with pink flamingos. Learn more about South Caicos here.

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