Bohio Dive Resort
Bohio Dive Resort is located just north of Cockburn Town on Grand Turk in the Caribbean. For scuba diving, they have 16 beachfront rooms that are west facing with ocean views, air conditioning, and minifridge. The corner kings units have kitchenettes. It's a 5-10 minute walk into town. Enjoy our blog article on Turks and Caicos.
Bohio Dive Resort Diving
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Ocean Club has 88 rooms and is located in the eastern end of Grace Bay on the scuba diving island of Providenciales in Turks & Caicos. It's the perfect spot for those that wish to dive, but have access to golf, shops, stores, and restaurants. The sister resort Ocean Club West is just one mile west and near the heart of Grace Bay. A complimentary shuttle bus will take you from Ocean Club to O...More Resort Details
Ocean Club West
Ocean Club West has 68 rooms and is located in the heart of Grace Bay on the scuba diving island of Providenciales in Turks & Caicos. It's the perfect spot for those that wish to dive, but have access to sales shops and restaurants. The sister resort Ocean Club is just one mile east and across from the gulf course. A complimentary shuttle bus will take you from Ocean Club West to the other Oce...More Resort Details
Ports of Call Resort
Ports of Call Resort is a scuba diving resort located on the island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos. They have 98 suite rooms that come in 3 main styles. The 3-bedroom Villa is perfect for families that would like a 50” flat screen TV. They also have shared access to a plunge pool. 1-bedroom Apartments come with a full kitchen, and come with either a Garden View, Pool View. The Deluxe ...More Resort Details
Royal West Indies
Royal West Indies is a scuba diving resort located adjacent to Grace Bay in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos. This all suite resort has 98 accommodations, from studio suites, 1-bedroom suites, and 2-bedroom suites. So, each suite has air conditioning, a microwave, kitchenette with fridge, and private balcony or patio. Enjoy our blog article on Turks & Caicos.
Royal West Indies Diving
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Sibonne Beach Hotel
You might say that Sibonne Beach Hotel was the original scuba diving resort on Grace Bay Beach on Providenciales Island in Turks and Caicos. In fact, at one time when it was called "Le Deck", it was the only hotel on the beach. That's why they not only have such a secluded location, but the closest physical access location to Grace Bay beach than any other hotel built after them. So, they now ha...More Resort Details
The Sands at Grace Bay
The Sands at Grace Bay is a luxury resort located in the Turks & Caicos on Providenciales. More importantly, Grace Bay has 12 miles of white sandy beach and Scuba diving is just one of the many activities you may enjoy while staying here. So, the resort features six 3-story buildings with 114 suites. Junior suites have kitchenettes. 1-bedroom suites, two-bedroom suites, and 2-bedroom suites wi...More Resort Details
East Bay Resort
East Bay Resort is a scuba diving destination on South Caicos Island in the Turks and Caicos. The resort has 86 beachfront 1 or 2 bedroom suites that overlook 1.5 miles of private white sand beach. In addition, each suite has private balconies, fully equipped kitchens, air conditioning, washer and dryer, and free Wi-Fi. East Bay Resort offers all meal as well as ala cart plans. So, the 4 floor pla...More Resort Details
Turks & Caicos Aggressor II
Turks & Caicos Aggressor II is a 120ft long scuba diving liveaboard yacht. They have 9 air conditioned staterooms for a total of 18 guests. The 1 master and 6 deluxe staterooms have private bathrooms. The two twin staterooms have a shared bathroom. Enjoy our blog article on the Turks & Caicos.
Turks & Caicos Aggressor II Diving
The itinerary changes depending on the time of year. Mos...More Liveaboard Details
Turks & Caicos Explorer II
Turks & Caicos Explorer II is a 125ft long scuba diving liveaboard yacht. They have 10 air conditioned staterooms with port lights, or windows and ensuite bathrooms for a total of 20 guests. There are 2 VIP staterooms, 5 main deck staterooms, and 3 lower deck staterooms. Enjoy our blog article on the Turks & Caicos.
Turks & Caicos Explorer II Diving
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Climate: Average air temperature ranges between 29 – 32°C / 85 – 90°F
Water Temperature: 24 – 31°C / 75 – 87°F
Time: UTC -5:00
Currency: United States Dollar USD
Electricity: 120 V – 60 Hz., US standard.
Marriage Requirements: Please contact the local tourism board for instructions and requirements.
Airport(s): Providenciales International Airport (PLS)
Hyperbaric Chamber: Associated Medical Practice
The history of The Turks and Caicos Islands reads like a pirate story. Wrecks and legends of pirate booty are part of the local lore. An archipelago of 40 islands and cays located 30 miles Southeast of the Bahamas at half way between Miami and Puerto Rico. They cover 193 square miles and are surrounded by a continuous coral reef. The islands are made of two groups of island – the Turks Islands and the Caicos Islands. The islands are one giant wall, with 6000 feet of vertical drop circling the islands. Many wrecks have been sacrificed to the sea and provide shelter to a vast aquatic life.
Turks and Caicos
Turks and Caicos
White Sand and Wicked Wall Dives.
There’s a group of islands just over an hour’s flight from Miami and they are so much more than their ancient Lucayan name for red blossomed topped Turk cactus and string of islands (caya hico) implies. The low lying limestone islands here are bordered by white sand beaches and while at least one of them you can walk across to at ...Read Blog
110,000 Reasons to Go Liveaboard
110,000 Reasons To Go Liveaboard
There are more than 110,000 islands in the world and many pinnacles that rest just below the surface and each and every one of them may be filled with multitudes of critters and creatures that seldom come in contact with humans. Sure, some of these islands may be inhabited, but most require transportation via some sort of marine vessel to get there a...Read Blog