Explore Chalk Sound National Park.
As you can see from the photos and maps, Chalk Sound National Park is your extended backyard when you stay at Emerald Shores Estate. This spectacular body of turquoise water is clean and algae free. And, whereas Turks and Caicos is known for its excellent diving opportunities, Chalk Sound in contrast, is relatively shallow in nature, and is an excellent location for kayaking on calm days. Powered watercraft are not permitted on Chalk Sound due to its National Park status.
Explore by Kayak
Explore the 5.5 square miles of over one hundred small islands and cays in the kayaks provided.
Explore from the Dock at Emerald Shores Estate
Coral is visible through the crystal clear water just by standing on our dock. There are large steps leading into the waters of Chalk Sound. The bottom is white and sandy and the water level starts off around two and a half to three feet deep. You’ll see different colored corals and many species of tropical fish.
Explore in Safety
To our knowledge, there has never been anything in these waters harmful to humans.
It’s almost impossible to sink in Chalk Sound.
The salt content is so heavy, you can just lay on your back and float all day.
Explore By Pontoon Cruise
Book a private two-hour guided tour of Chalk Sound National Park out of Las Brisas Restaurant, right down the road.