The Turks & Caicos is well know for it’s sheer wall that surrounds the island. Starting from approximate 40ft to 55ft, the wall drops as deep as 6,000ft in some places.
Most of the dives in the Turks and Caicos are wall dives and typically you can expect to see some big marine life like Eagle Rays and Caribbean Reef Shark passing by when diving here. Some of the best soft and hard corals can also be seeing living on the wall.
After more than twelve years diving and photographing the waters of the Turks & Caicos Islands, I still enjoy every chance I get to go back into these beautiful waters.
I have done hundreds of dives in the Turks & Caicos and each dive can be full of new surprises. You never know when you might get the opportunity to see a great hammerhead, a tiger shark or an eagle ray, an octopus or a humpback whale (during season) or even the biggest fish in the ocean, the whale shark.