Salt Cay – A TOURIST IN THE CARIBBEAN

Salt Cay

Salt Cay is a small inhabited island with a total mass of 26 sq.Km. The name is derived from the island’s history of sea salt production. Around 1673, British Colonials from Bermuda saw the potential of the shallow landlocked ponds. The early visitors raked the naturally occurring salt which later turned into a complex system of ponds, gates, channels, and pumps. Several factors led to the demise of the salt production and exports.You can now see the remnants of the salt Salinas and windmill with donkeys freely roaming around. This place is the best for whale watching and scuba diving.

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