Scuba diving in Grand Turk

Diving on the Grand Turk Wall is renowned for colorful, very healthy coral life, deep drop-offs and outstanding visibility of up to 150 feet. All the dive sites are a mere 5-15 minutes boat ride away and suitable for all experience levels.

Some of the regular inhabitants of the pristine reef include Squirrelfish, Butterflyfish, Damsels, Boxfish, Groupers of all colors and sizes, Snappers, Flounders, Trumpetfish, Angelfish, Stingrays, Hawksbill Turtles and Barracudas. In the wintertime you will dive to the soundtrack of singing Humpback Whales, while in summer it is possible to encounter Manta Rays.

Grand Turk coral reef

Curious Grouper

Grand Turk is still one of the places where you can dive without the crowds in small groups and enjoy real personalized service. And because life on the islands is so relaxed, so is the diving. We believe that if you dive slowly, you will see more and really soak up the underwater impressions. Our guides will show you around the best parts of the reef and you can take as much or little time underwater as you want.

Stingray

Bluelined Snapper

We generally go out for two morning dives and spend the surface interval on the boat, offering you hot and cold drinks and a little snack. Should you wish to do only one morning dive, however, we can accommodate you as well. Afternoon and night dives are also available.

With water temperatures from 74°F (23°C) in winter to 84°F (29°C) in summer and consistenly good visibility, Grand Turk is an all-year-round diving destination.