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Scuba diving in Turks and Caicos Islands

A scuba diver’s dream, Turks and Caicos is a sparsely populated group of islands scattered throughout the turquoise blue Caribbean.
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Diving in Turks and Caicos Islands

Quick facts

Untouched reefs and crystalline water await you on Turks and Caicos. The diving here is exceptional, and there are endless opportunities for exploration.

Some of the very best dives are the uninhabited cays reached by a quick boat ride. French Cay and Salt Cay are particularly nice. French Cay has an unbelievable wall dive, with a drop-off of 2000 m (6000 ft). Salt Cay is a great spot to dive with humpback whales on their migration to the nearby Dominican Republic.

Grace Bay boasts an excellent barrier reef and a calm, protective bay. The wildlife is plentiful here, and you are bound to get great looks at large groupers, barracuda, and turtles.

When to go

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USD 1,190Per trip
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What to see

One of the most popular draw to the islands are the abundance of sea turtles that seek refuge here. There is a great chance of swimming with these fascinating creatures during your stay on the islands.

Sharks and rays patrol the reefs, brimming with colorful fish and healthy coral. If you’re really lucky, you may get a chance to see dolphins or porpoises playing in the shallows.


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