Did you know that the world’s third largest barrier reef can be found in Turks and Caicos? The sheer drop walls start at 45 feet, and descend 8000 feet into the abyss. Home to a thriving ecosystem of marine life to explore, you’ll more than likely see eagle rays, dolphins, sharks and turtles cruising through a reef system full of corals, sponges and beautiful fish. A Humpback Whale lurking in the distance may even surprise the lucky ones. Beginner or advanced, there is a Turks and Caicos scuba diving tour for you.
Turks and Caicos Most Popular Scuba Diving Tours
Discover Scuba Diving (Resort Diving)
Designed for the beginner, this tour includes introductory private instruction and guidance and an unbelievable first time underwater descent.
Price: $245 pp (based on 2 people)
South Side Scuba Diving
Hop aboard a spacious 40′ power catamaran and travel to French Cay or West Caicos for a two tank dive. Enjoy some underwater time and deserted scenery. This tour is intimate, as groups are kept to a maximum of nine. Lunch, snacks and refreshments are served during the surface interval. For the more experienced diver, this tour is a great way to get in the ocean and explore some untouched scenery and marine life.
Price: $220 (rental and instruction extra)
Certified Operator: Big Blue Unlimited
Big Blue utilizes top of the line dive equipment including Cressi-sub masks and fins, Suunto computers, O’neill wetsuits, Sherwood regulators, Aqualung BCD’s. Their scuba dive boats are comfortable, their staff is professional, and most importantly their safety record is impeccable. In operation for almost 15 years, Big Blue’s commitment to education and minimal environmental impact continues to form its core philosophy. Their innovative charter program allows them to customize the needs of their discerning clientele, and consistently
provide top of the line service and experiences for their guests.
What to Bring
Please bring your own towels.
Snorkelling gear and dry-bags are provided free of charge.
All scuba diving equipment is available for hire as needed.
Certified divers must have their ‘certification cards’ or log books with them on their first day.