The Grand Turk Wall begins in aquamarine waters as shallow as 18 feet and averages a starting depth of 35 feet. Then the drama begins as the wall drops off to a deep azure blue in over 7,000 feet making for great diving at all skill and experience levels. Here the only currents are tidal, and visibility often exceeds 150 feet.
As you cruise the Grand Turk Wall you will find a variety of marine life inhabiting this lush and colorful setting, and large pelagics are frequently spotted. Winter season features a Humpback Whale migration and in summer, Manta Rays can be spotted feeding on plankton and small fishes along the wall. Year round it is not uncommon to see turtles, dolphins, eels, octopus, crabs, lobsters, stingrays and eagle rays and of course a wide array of tropical fish.
Visit this small uninhabited island just off Grand Turk for a stingray encounter and beach adventure! Dive for conch on the way and have Smitty's wife, Enid prepare a picnic to satisfy all tastes.