Diving in the Turks and Caicos: An Overview
The islands, or cays, of Turks and Caicos combine swathes of beautiful coastline with some impressive diving in its thriving coral reef system.
The Turks & Caicos Islands are surrounded by one of the most extensive coral reef systems in the world, primarily walls, and its good condition makes this a premier diving destination. Add to this, excellent visibility for much of the year, abundant marine life, and excellent accommodation and you are on to a winner.
The coral reefs of Northwest Point Marine National Park are right offshore from Amanyara, and for the truly dedicated diver, the Turks & Caicos Aggressor allows access to further flung dive sites that can't be reached in day trips from any of the island hotels.
Back on dry land there are excellent spas offering a range of treatments for the rejuvenation of body and mind, as well as yoga. Island hopping visits to feed the stingrays, see the Iguanas and catch up with Jo Jo the wild playful dolphin are also possible.
Finally, there's good snorkelling in the shallow turquoise waters, catamarans, Laser sailboats, boogie boards and sea kayaks and an 18-hole championship golf course to tempt you away from the poolside.