Turks and Caicos

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Scuba Diving

ProvidencialesDive operations are abundant on Provo and visit the most popular sites off Northwest Point and West Caicos. The handful of operations strewn along Provo's northern shore work with a variety of resorts to  offer week-long packages. Fast, contemporary boats shuttle divers between resort docks and West Caicos and Northwest Point, 45 minutes away. While  most diving takes place in these two areas, weather might allow the occasional trip to remote French Cay or wild Pine Cay

Grand Turk Dive sites are all no more than a 10-minute boat ride  from the beach. The entire west coast of the dagger-shaped island has been a marine park for a decade, with coral arches and sandy chutes leading to sheer, dramatic drop-offs smothered with life. The Turks & Caicos  are serious about preserving their marine environment, and 30 percent  of the islands' land and water is guarded by park and preserve status.

 

Site Info.As you browse through my site you’ll find links to Dive Operators,Dive Sites,and useful Diving, Fish Identification Books and Travel Books relevant to the country you’re interested in.

 

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Getting ThereAmerican Airlines, Turks & Caicos Airways, InterIsland Airways and Sandals Beaches Express fly between Provo and Miami, Fort Lauderdale and New York. Lynx Air flies between Fort Lauderdale and South Caicos and Grand Turk. Canadians can book a charter flight between Toronto and Provo. Travelers coming from Europe will have to connect with flights in Miami, Fort Lauderdale or New York.

 

 

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