If you are planning a Turks and Caicos diving trip, you may well have learned that Turks and Caicos is home to the third-largest coral barrier reef system in the world. The destination has been rated as one of the world’s premier diving locales by leading experts, including Jacques Cousteau.
A Turks and Caicos diving trip will introduce you to the dramatic walls of West Caicos and groove coral formations of Grace Bay in Princess Alexandra National Park. You will have a chance to get up close to turtles, stingrays, eagle rays, abundant tropical flora and fauna, and a magnificent variety of tropical fish. With visibility of up to 200 feet, there is a lot to see! The Turks and Caicos Islands are also one of only two destinations in the world where you can see humpback whales in the water.
There are a number of experienced and highly qualified dive operators on Providenciales that can help you coordinate a fabulous dive trip.
If you are not a diver, there are still many other ways you can enjoy life on the water when visiting Providenciales. The coral reef beckons snorkelers, and the clear waters invite anglers, sailors, kiteboarders, wakeboarders, kayakers and paddleboarders to have fun and get fit.
Imagine all you might do on white sand shores stretching over 230 miles, encircled by magnificent turquoise water. The possibilities are endless.
Guests of the Alexandra Resort can enjoy complimentary non-motorized water sports including paddle boats, kayaks and snorkeling equipment. Caicos Dream Tours, the on-site excursions company, can arrange snorkeling and fishing trips. And the resort’s Guest Services team is happy to assist with arrangements for Turks and Caicos diving excursions or other water-based activities. Start planning the many great things you can do on the water on your Turks and Caicos vacation.