Grace Bay is one of the few placed in the Caribbean where properly certified and licensed scuba divers are able to dive on their own, without a guide. Although it is always recommended that you use a local expert when you participate in this risky sport, highly trained individuals will find the privacy of this destination pleasurable.
You'll find several dive services, a dive shop, and at least 8 good dive sites in the area.
The dive shop available are listed down below.
|Dive Provo Boutique||Dive Shop//12577||(649) 946-5040||Central Grace Bay||Providenciales|
If you want to go diving, you should consider Caicos Adventures. One of the oldest dive operation in the country, Caicos Adventures offers modern facilities, highly qualified instructors and guides, and an over-all love for the sport. They are located in western Grace Bay.
Another option is Big Blue Unlimited. A dive and watersports center which focuses on eco-friendly sports, Big Blue Unlimited strives to get every visitor in the water without destroying the environment for future adventurers. They can be reached at (649) 946-5034.
Still another option is Beaches Turks and Caicos Diving. Guests staying at Beaches are lucky to be able to dive as a part of the all-inclusive offerings that this chain of resorts promotes. Begin with training in the pool, then move to an open water dive if you're new to the sport, or get busy with a daily dive if you're already certified. They're found within western Grace Bay.
The following chart lists details concerning diving services in the area.
|Beaches Turks and Caicos Diving||(649) 946-8000||The Bight, 1.5 mi. West-Southwest of Central Grace Bay|
|Big Blue Unlimited||(649) 946-5034||2.3 mi. Northeast of Central Grace Bay|
|Caicos Adventures||(649) 941-3346||The Bight, 2.0 mi. West-Southwest of Central Grace Bay|
Some information concerning some of the area's better-known dive sites are provided directly below.
For more information concerning snorkeling, including useful tips and suggestions for both "old pros" and beginners, read this extensive guide to diving in the Caribbean.
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