Spread out between the Atlantic and the Caribbean, Turks and Caicos features brilliant coral formations, dramatic walls and sandy bottoms for viewing sharks and rays. Try a liveaboard to see it all!
Turks and Caicos consists of 40 islands southeast of the Bahamas. The best dive sites around the islands are barrier reefs and dramatic drop-offs. In many areas, you’ll drift dive past coral-lined walls that fall to infinity. Pelagic species, like hammerheads and eagle rays, may join you from time to time. In other places, you'll find beds of soft corals that are part of a 14-mile barrier reef. Canyons, swim-throughs and small wrecks complete the picture. Much of the country is uninhabited, and the best sites are spread over a great distance. So, liveaboards are an excellent choice. Typical itineraries last 7 nights, and the best time to dive Turks and Caicos is from November to May.