Turks & Caicos Explorer II - Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
7 Nights' Stateroom accommodations (Double Occupancy), 3 Meals Daily (Except Friday's Evening Meal), All Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Between Dive Snacks and Up To 5 Dives Daily (Weather Permitting), Use of Towels, Tanks, Air Fills, Weights and Weight Belts (Not Included Port Tax, Fuel Surcharge and Transfers)
Travel Period: Feb. 22 - Dec. 31, 2023
Price and Room Selections:
Explorer Ventures - Save Up To $1000 Towards Airfare Special
7 Nights' On Board accommodations (Double Occupancy), Full Board Meals, Snacks, Local Beer, Glass Of Wine at Dinner, Non-Alcohol Beverages, Up To 2 - 5 Dives Daily Including Night Dives (Depending on Weather & Itinerary), Nitrox Included, Optional Land Tours (Depending on Itinerary)
Caribbean Explorer II
$800 Discount Toward Airfare
Jun. 10 - 17, 2023
Jul. 08 - Aug. 05, ...
Turks & Caicos Islands
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.Read More
The trip was great. I did all 27 dives. The crew was wonderful: knowledgeable, attentive, and lots of fun. The boat was very nice. When moored it swung like crazy which made it challenging to find the boat. We had a VIP room. It didn't seem that much bigger than the standard rooms. Not worth the extra money. Food was only average. It was a bit spicy and I am not the only one who thought so. The dive sites tended to be a little deep, they were all starting at about 50 feet or deeper. The reefs were nice, better than in the Bahamas. Because I travel a lot, I didn't see a lot of new stuff, except for a different nudibranch. We saw some big stuff: sharks and turtles. We enjoyed the macro. One dive master was amazing when it came to finding the small critters. Overall, it was very enjoyable....
Sitting in T & C airport headed home. The trip was absolutely terrific. I was pleasantly surprised how nice the boat was. Much nicer than any of the other boats I've been on. The crew was excellent and very attentive. The diving was really good. Lots of sharks and other good stuff. I would highly recommend the Explorer charter. Would definitely do it again....