The Turks and Caicos Islands are comprised of two island groups that are separated by the Columbus Passage, which has a depth of over 7,000 feet. In addition, the islands are home to alluring turquoise waters with a thriving coral reef ecosystem. Thanks to the myriad of breathtaking walls or wrecks here, scuba diving has been one of the most popular tourist activities. At Tint Turks and Caicos, we can organize scuba diving trips for our clients.
Diving into the Deep | Recommended Spots
The Turks and Caicos Islands are home to hundreds of dive sites. Here are a few spots that one might want to scuba dive.
Located near French Cay, the Molasses Reef features a vertical wall and a depth of 55 ft. The reef top has many large groupers while the wall dives are shared with large sharks.
French Cay is located near Provo and is home to an array of dive sites. The wall starts in approximately 40 feet of water and drops to more than 6,000 feet. One can spot hammerheads, manta rays, sharks, eagle rays, and even the seasonal Humpback whales (from January to March).
Grace Bay’s coast is protected by a barrier reef and is a great place to scuba dive. Although the walls here are smaller (dropping to 100 feet), there are huge barrel sponges around, which attract pregnant reef sharks, barracudas, groupers, turtles, and snappers.
West Caicos is home to a 45-feet reef and is a scuba diving destination that’s suitable for all skill levels. In fact, it is an excellent introductory wall dive for open water divers
Why Go Scuba Diving with Tint Turks and Caicos?
At Tint Turks and Caicos, we can organize scuba diving trips that come with trained instructors and divers. You can enjoy complete peace of mind that your loved ones and travel companions are safe at all times. Simply relax and enjoy swimming with schools of fish, come up close with exotic marine life, and appreciate the sights of surrounding coral reefs.
How To Come Prepared
Individuals are permitted to dive if they have completed a certification course and possess a certification card. PADI (Professional Association of Dive Instructors) is a leading certification agency and it’s recommended that you consider signing up for the PADI Open Water Diver course. In addition to certifications, one must be reasonably fit and in good average health. Most importantly, one needs to rest between 12 and 24 hours before going on a flight. As for your diving equipment, simply leave it to our concierge attendants to get them ready for you.
Exciting Memories Await! Reserve Your Scuba Experience Today!
Tint Turks and Caicos work with fully licensed and insured scuba diving operators. Our team can organize a scuba diving tour that’s tailored to your preferences and needs. It is recommended that you book in advance to avoid disappointment.
If you have more inquiries about our scuba diving trips, feel free to call Tint Turks and Caicos at 866-216-8058 (United States) / 646-374-0048 (International) or contact us online!