Get away from it all and enjoy
our warm crystal clear water, clean air and miles of pure white sand beaches. The
most beautiful blue water you can imagine surrounds Grand Turk. Clear and warm, the
turquoise blue turns a deep dark blue just a few hundred yards from shore where the wall
drops. Visibility averages 100 feet and the water temperature ranges from 82°-84° in the
summer to 78° in the winter. Besides the magnificent corals, sponges and anemones,
commonly seen creatures include; sea turtles, manta rays, eagle rays, mahi-mahi,
barracuda, jacks, parrot fish, drums, atlantic spadefish, short nosed batfish, grouper,
snapper, grunts, squirrelfish, lobster, spider crabs, moray eels, octopuses, shellfish,
reef sharks, bull sharks, whale sharks, hammerheads, humpback whales. Combine the
adventure of scuba diving and the thrill of whale watching during the winter months.
The North Atlantic Humpback whales migrate south through the Grand Turk Passage to
the Silver Banks and return again.