Scuba Diving in Grand Turk
Scuba Diving Trips in Grand Turk
Ultimate Dive Travel are speacialists when it come to dive trips, dive packages, dive vacations etc. And a Grand Turk dive trip is no exception…Actually a Grand Turk dive trip vacation is one of ours as well as our clients favorites. The Grand Turk protected reefs give way to an abundance of captivating aquatic life. With some of the most accessible diving areas on the entire planet, Grand Turk marks one of the most impressive stops in the Caribbean. As one of the eight inhabited islands among Turks and Caicos, this secluded paradise provides a picture-perfect experience for divers of all skill levels and backgrounds.
Resorts in Grand Turk
Bohio Dive Resort
The Bohio Dive Resort is small in size and intimate in nature. Each room at the resort offers a spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea and comes complete with a comfortable balcony and are all air conditioned. Located within the Bohio Dive Resort, The Guanahani Restaurant is open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The cooks have created a delicious blend of local and international flavors which rival any restaurant on the island. Local tuna, often landed fresh to the beach, sumptuous steaks and crispy sushi rolls are just some of the delicacies available.
Liveaboards in Grand Turk
With 40 different islands and cays in Turks & Caicos, there’s almost no way to get the full experience without visiting them all. Highlights include a 7,000 foot drop-off and underwater mountain plateaus among the incredibly diverse aquatic environments. A liveaboard trip here is great any time of the year, and it’s the only way to truly see everything the great island has to offer.
MV Turks & Caicos Explorer II
A Mecca for divers from all over the world, Liveaboard Diving in Turks and Caicos is marked by expansive underwater visibility, high-voltage wall dives, and the profusion of marine life of all sizes located within their boundaries. Low annual rainfall and reliable ocean currents contribute to the remarkable visibility, as well as provide nutrients for the many large pelagics common in these waters.