Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos consist of 40 different islands and cays, only 8 of which are inhabited. The islands of the Turks and Caicos are almost as diverse as its people. From the main tourist center of Providenciales to the quiet and tranquil islands of North and Middle Caicos to the historic Capital Island of Grand Turk; each one offers a different experience and a unique character but all offer year round great climate, beaches and underwater activities. Turks and Caicos diving is an unforgettable adventure. Come face to face with a multitude of tropical fish, turtles, sharks, eagle rays and if you are lucky humpback whales during winter months.

Bohio Beach Resort

The Bohio Beach Resort is located on one of Grand Turks most beautiful beaches on the north end of the island. Each beachfront room is simply decorated and comes with 2 queen beds, TV and AC. There are 4 deluxe rooms available with king bed (or two queen beds) and kitchenette with refrigerator. The hotel’s bar and restaurant is a local favorite with excellent food. Pool and pool bar also on property. Each room has ocean view. The resort is about a 25 minute walk to town. Divers are picked up on the beach in front of the hotel.

Ocean Club Resorts

On exquisite Grace Bay Beach, along a wide, immaculate white beach, Ocean Club Resorts await you. It is here where land and sea, relaxation and recreation, grand style and simple elegance converge in perfect harmony. Ocean Club and Ocean Club West are less than a mile apart and within a fifteen-minute walk on the beach.

Osprey Beach

Located in the quite Grand Turk town area and directly on the beach, the 38 room Osprey Beach offers plenty of seaside privacy yet close to local restaurants. All the Premier Suites, Suites and Deluxe rooms feature ocean front views with balconies or patios, cable TV, air-conditioning, refrigerator and private baths. The Atrium rooms all have a refrigerator and AC but please note these rooms are not ocean view and are located across the street from the main hotel. The pool bar is perfect for sunsets.

Ports of Call

Ports of Call is located across the road from the world famous Grace Bay Beach and only one mile from The Provo Golf Club. You can lounge by the 50 foot swimming pool, relax by the pool bar and enjoy a complimentary breakfast daily. There is a designated area for our guests on Grace Bay Beach with shades and beach Lounges just a short walk through the dunes. The Ports of Call Shopping Complex, an extension of the hotel, and the base for Dive Provo, features several restaurants and bars.

Royal West Indies

Royal West Indies is a first class beachfront suite resort consisting of 60 botanical ocean view and oceanfront studios, one and two bedroom suites, along with our spectacular free form pool and pool front /ocean view bar and restaurant Mango Reef. Located on the very finest portion of Grace Bay Beach, between Grace Bay Club and Club Med, Royal West Indies offers a lovely blend of elegance and simplicity, and a great mix of suites.

Turks and Caicos Aggressor

The Turks & Caicos Aggressor is a 120 foot yacht and is diesel powered. Accommodations include 6 deluxe staterooms each having a double & single bed, private head & shower, 2 single share staterooms each with 2 single beds with a shared bathroom between the two staterooms and 1 master suite with a double bed and private bath, flat screen TV & DVD player, climate controls and additional storage.

Turks and Caicos Explorer

Crazy Insane Special!
Travel dates: 20 March - 27 March 2021; 27 March - 3 April 2021; 3 April - 10 April 2021

The incomparable Turks & Caicos Explorer II was designed from the ground up as a liveaboard dive vessel. She accommodates up to 20 passengers in 10 staterooms, all with private ensuite bathrooms and showers, individually controlled air conditioning, 3 cabins each with twin upper and lower beds, 2 cabins with twin beds, 3 cabins with twin/queen beds and 2 cabins with a queen sized bed.