What to ExpectCurrents are mild to non-existent, and the visibility is consistently 100 feet but can reach 200 feet.Water temps range from mid-70s to mid 80s, although air temps range from a wintertime mid-70s to 90 degrees in the summer. Shore diving is limited, but snorkeling can be excellent. Deep depths and steep vertical walls allow for large sponges, thriving corals and occasional shark encounters, while the 18th-century wreck HMS Endymion lies off of the shallow western shore of Salt Cay. The Turks Island Passage that flows between the two island chains hosts humpback whales, dolphins, spotted eagle rays, mantas and turtles. Hotels, Resorts and Operators Allegro Turks & Caicos800-723-2679 Art Pickering's Provo Turtle Divers Beaches Turks & Caicos649-946-8000 Blue Water Divers Big Blue Unlimited Caicos Adventures649-941-3346 Club Med Turkoise800-655-0025 or 649-946-5491 Comfort Suites Turks & Caicos Dive Provo Flamingo Divers800-204-9282 Guanahani Beach Hotel/Cecil Ingham's Sea Eye Diving649-946-2135 or 649-946-1407 Mount Pleasant Guest House649-946-6927 Oasis Divers Osprey Beach Hotel Reef Runners649-946-6927 Salt Cay Divers South Caicos Ocean Haven649-946-3444 Turks & Cacos Aggressor Wind Dancer & Sea Dancer General Turks & Caicos Islands information
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