With an array of the finest beaches in the Atlantic and Caribbean, it is no wonder that Turks and Caicos tops the list when it comes to water sports destinations. Simply put, there is a perfect ocean activity waiting for everyone. At The Turks and Caicos company, we can help you customize all of your water sports and activities well in advance. All you and your travel companions need to do is to show up and have fun!
Why Choose The Turks and Caicos company for Water Sports?
All water sports providers that The Turks and Caicos company works with have many years of experience in their respective fields. They know how to keep both children and adults safe while everyone is having fun.
Fully Tailored Experience
Whether you are looking to arrange a half day or full day of water sports and activities, we have got your back. We can facilitate the activities according to your schedule.
Lots of Perks to Enjoy
The Turks and Caicos company’ villa and hotel partners offer complimentary, non-motorized water sports activities. In many cases, they can provide additional equipment, such as snorkeling gear.
Recommended Water Sports in the Turks and Caicos Islands
As Turks and Caicos features a healthy marine environment, it is an excellent fishing destination. The islands offer the perfect setting for various types of sport fishing. For example, the extensive barrier reefs allow for bottom fishing while the shallow and turquoise Caicos Banks support bonefishing activities. Guests can also take advantage of the fishing tours and charters.
Due to the forgiving sandy ocean floors and clear, shallow water, Turks and Caicos is considered one of the finest kite boarding destinations in the Caribbean and the tropical Atlantic. A majority of the islands’ kiting culture is based on Providenciales and one can find local kite boarders and kite schools there. The best location for kite boarding activities is currently Long Bay Beach.
Turks and Caicos is home to the third largest barrier reef in the world and feature stellar sheer walls and flat sandy ocean bottoms that make for interesting dive sites. In addition, there is an abundance of cracks, canyons, and sand chutes that offer excellent opportunities for swim-throughs. Damselfishes, filefishes, black durgons, and queen triggerfishes are some of the species that make up the wide spectrum of reef fish here. Another cool feature here is opportunity to do some humpback whale spotting during the winter months of January, February, March, and April.