There’s so much to see and do on the islands of Turks and Caicos, you may have a moment where you forget that there is an entire world living below the surface. Introducing, guiding, and sharing that undersea world is what Bohio specializes in.
The Turks and Caicos are made up of 40 individual islands and cays, each hosting unparalleled sandy stretches and translucent, turquoise waters teeming with diverse wildlife. We are surrounded by one of the most extensive coral reef systems worldwide 65 miles across (105 kilometers) and 200 miles long (322 kilometers).
There’s no such thing as a disappointed diver in our part of the world. This is not a stock standard type of diving. We can go out in larger groups or in small, intimate excursions. For example, if you’re just getting started, Coral Gardens Reef begins at 6 meters (20 feet); but if you’re more seasoned, you can descend as far as you’d like. However, at 2134 meters (7000 ft), you won’t see all of Coral Gardens unless James Cameron comes by with his manned submersible and gives you a ride.
Grand Turk is surrounded by walls covered in sponges and corals starting at 7 meters (25 feet) and plunging all the way down to 1230 meters (7000 feet). Sea creatures are diverse and spectacular around and near these coral walls, and are ideal for snorkeling as the Turks and Caicos have remarkably clear waters with visibility of up to 100 ft. The walls make a perfect viewing ground for catching sight of hundreds of fish species at once. These dramatic dive walls and majestic sea-life can be seen at areas like: Alien Nation, Mama Nature, and The Anchor– all only a short boat ride away.
Let us introduce you to a vibrant underwater world soon.