Fall is that time of year where, depending on where you live, Mother Nature brings out her palette and paints the leaves with all sorts of bright colors. North America is not the only place Mother Nature weaves her magic. Simultaneously, at Bohio Dive Resort in Turks and Caicos Islands, you will witness other things she paints with her palette – an aquamarine ocean, icing-white sands and stunning multi-colored coral reefs.
Divine weather conditions
At our resort in the Turks and Caicos Islands the sun always shines, the water is always warm and the reefs welcome you with a myriad of colors sure to rival the best of fall’s North American display.
According to weatherspark.com, the temperature starts to decline from a high of 84⁰F – 80⁰F (29⁰C to 27⁰C), during the day and 77⁰F – 73⁰F (25⁰C to 23⁰C), in the evenings. As there are only two seasons per year here you will always be surrounded by lush, tropical palms trees swaying in those cooler ocean breezes.
Bohio Dive Resort is on the quaint side in comparison to the big resorts of Provo. Think of us as a “boutique” hotel – small, intimate and with a staff who caters to your every need, as if you were the only guest staying there or are a family member.
Guests who provide their opinion on Trip Advisor regarding the food at Bohio say it is simply exquisite. Karine M. shared her experience, “…Most restaurants in the Caribbean don’t offer much variety, but the food at Bohio is outstanding and very diverse thanks to the talented Chef, Jorika. The entire staff offered great service and were very friendly and welcoming. The managers, Tom and Ginny, are delightful, helpful, very attentive to the guests’ needs and make you feel at home.”
Whether you are a non-diver or an experienced one, the Bohio personnel know exactly where to take you in order that you enjoy the best experience! Turks and Caicos diving offers underwater adventurers many options – diving in places like the Coral Gardens Reef, plunging to a depth of 2134 meters (7000 feet); McDonald’s dive site to see the amazing coral-encrusted arches and abundant sea life; the Anchor; Tunnels, and Black Forrest where you can see three different types of black coral. Guests return year after year because the Bohio Dive Resort diving staff know all of these places like the backs of their hands. You won’t go home disappointed.
This is also the ideal time for you to become a certified diver. The staff at Bohio Dive Resort are P.A.D.I. (Professional Association of Certified Divers) certified and will take you through all of the required steps – from the first lesson in the warm shallows off of Bohio’s beach, to the final qualifying dive in the aqua marine blue ocean of Grand Turk.
Not up for diving?
Non-diving activities that you may enjoy include snorkeling along the incredible reef system just 300 meters (100 feet) from our door where you may observe all kinds of marine life; kayaking; paddle boarding, exploring the town and its quaint Grand Turk Museum, or simply lazing around award winning Pillory Beach.
A special treat for everyone awaits at Gibbs Cay. Here, along with your captain, you’ll catch fresh conch, learn how to remove the animal from its shell and prepare fresh conch ceviche. Here’s an insider tip… don’t forget to ask your captain about the benefits of eating the conch worm.
The price is right
Let’s not forget the low season fares. This is the time of year in Turks and Caicos when you can enjoy the competitive low-season rates on top of all the stunning beaches and marine-life treasures. Check out Bohio Dive Resort’s rates – http://www.bohioresort.com/stay-resort-rates.html – and enjoy a different kind of experience this fall.