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South Caicos

South Caicos — South Caicos is an 8.5 square mile island which attracts visitors for its fishing, birdlife, history, fresh seafood dishes and diving.   South Caicos, or The Big South, is the fishing capital of the islands, and has the best natural harbor and several fishing plants — processing most of the nation’s seafood harvest of lobster, conch and fish for both export and local consumers.  It also hosts the annual Big South Regatta every May.  The sleepy little harbor town of Cockburn Harbor was once the most active commercial community in the Turks and Caicos islands.