Resort Information

Beachfront Rooms & Breathtaking Scuba Diving

Bohio Dive Resort opened its doors in December 2004 and quickly became a firm favourite with divers and people looking for a Turks & Caicos experience with a difference. The resort is managed by Tom and Ginny Allan, Canadians who first visited the islands on vacation over 14 years ago and haven’t left since! They are assisted by a strong team of local and international staff whose aim is to make your vacation as hassle-free and enjoyable as possible. Bohio is now a Grand Turk resort offering all-inclusive or customized dive and hotel packages all on one idyllic site.

This secluded Turks & Caicos beach resort is perfectly situated on a sinuous curve of pristine beach and prides itself on offering simple elegance in paradise. Located at the north west corner of the island, Bohio Dive Resort boasts the finest restaurant on island, two bars, its own on-site dive shop, 16 beachfront rooms, fresh water pool and as much sun, sea and sand as you can cope with.

Bohio is a unique Grand Turk hotel; its rooms all have west-facing ocean views for you to enjoy the sunset from your private balcony. The accommodations are simple and clean with Standard Beachfront & Standard King rooms furnished with two double beds & 1 king, air-con, fan, ensuite shower room,  tv and mini fridge. The Corner King rooms have a kitchenette with microwave, toaster, kettle, coffee maker and full size fridge, plus a king-size bed.

Also unique to this Grand Turk Hotel is the on-site PADI dive shop. Staffed by experienced and passionate staff catering from absolute beginner to the advanced and adventurous scuba diver. Visit our dive section to find out how you can become a scuba diver with PADI’s E-Learning courses, it has never been easier!

The Guanahani Restaurant & Bar located within the resort serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Since November 2008, Executive Chef Jorika Mhende has delighted guests and visitors with her culinary expertise. Local grouper and snapper can always be found on the menu as well as specials such as Lobster, Wahoo and Tuna. As well rum tasting is available including a souvenir pamphlet to take home.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Climate & Clothes The average year round temperature is 83F (28C). The hottest months are September and October however there is normally a trade-wind which keeps things cooler. An occasional rain storm can happen at any time of year but it doesn’t normally last very long. Grand Turk Hotels are laid-back and casual, in fact…

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What to Bring

As you probably know, it gets hot on the Turks and Caicos Islands. The temperature remains fairly constant all year round with highs of around 80⁰F—84⁰F (27⁰C to 29⁰C) during the day, and 73⁰F—77⁰F (23⁰C to 25⁰C) during the evenings. Light clothes, plenty of sunscreen, and a pair of swimming shorts are a must. Bohio…

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In the Press

USA Today: Travel, Experience Caribbean – Nov 2015 Under the sea: The best dive resorts in the Caribbean Divers sometimes get lumped in with surfers as being so passionate about their sport that they don’t really care about their accommodations. …. Read More » The Sunday Times Travel (UK) – Jan 2014 Turks & Caicos Best Bets…

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