The best time to dive in the Turks & Caicos is from late November to May. From November to May, water temperatures average between 73-79°F (23-26°C) but during the summer months, your dive computer will read between 82-84°F (28-29°C). Like water temperature, visibility can vary from island to island. Because you’ll be diving from a liveaboard, you’ll experience the best visibility in this part of the world. Visibility at remote dive sites can reach up to 100 feet (30m) although more often you’ll have visibility between 50-65 feet (15-20m). Another great advantage to diving between November and May is that you might run into a humpback whale which migrate through the area from January to March. And you’ll find the best liveaboard deals during the low season in April and May. With that said, Turks & Caicos is great for diving year-round. However, from June until early November, hurricanes are a distinct possibility throughout the Caribbean Sea. While it is unlikely that your trip will be influenced by one of these massive storms, be sure to also buy trip insurance in the case that your liveaboard is canceled due to inclement weather. Finally, surface conditions during hurricane season and rainy season are likely to be at their worst. If you are prone to seasickness, it is recommended that you visit during dry season from November to May.