Diving in Grand Turk is voted as some of the best in the world with the infamous Grand Turk wall that drops down to 7,000 feet deep. There are no speeding motor boats and gasoline fumes distracting you from the natural habitat. The beautiful coral reefs are strictly protected and have been designated as a national park. Stunning!

Snorkeling on Grand Turk is one of the island's prime destinations for underwater adventure. With several shallow, healthy coral reefs, snorkelers on Grand Turk can see almost as much sea life and have just as much fun as scuba divers.

Gibbs Cay is a small island located approximately 1 mile (1.5km) off the eastern coast of Grand Turk. This beautiful little island offers visitors a chance to have close encounters with wild and friendly sting rays. There are snorkel trips to uninhabited islands like Gibbs Cay where you can play with sting rays while your boat captain prepares fresh conch salad and rum punch.

Explore the east side of Grand Turk with Caribbean-style horseback rides that allow you to experience secluded beaches, picturesque cliffs, and all the unspoiled beauty of the island. These unique "ride & swim" adventures are sure to make memories that will last a lifetime!

Overlooking North Creek and standing 60 feet (18m) tall, the Grand Turk Lighthouse was completed by British architect Alexander Gordon in 1852 to alert sailors of the shallow reef. Today, the lighthouse and accompanying keeper's house are under the protection of the National Trust. In addition to being a prime location for whale watching during the months of February and March, there is also a new zip line course for the adventurous of heart.

Grand Turk waters are home to Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Snapper, Marlin, Sailfish & more. You can also try your hand at bone fishing and fly fishing in North or South Creek for an excellent fishing adventure!

January thru early April is whale season. During this time you will witness massive North Atlantic Humpback whales migrating south. You can get on a whale watching boat charter or view these magnificent creatures from the shore. Truly an amazing experience for anyone at any age!

Manta House and Sandbar provide the perfect view of a Grand Turk sunset that will blow your mind! Enjoy this gorgeous sight from the deck or your own private patio.

Grand Turk is only 7 miles long by 2 miles wide, and it's rich with history and charm. It's not necessary to rent a car when you stay at Manta House. You can rent a bicycle or golf cart to get everywhere you need to go.

You can explore the Turks & Caicos Islands' culture and history, roam through the many exhibits, and learn of the museum's projects, both old and new. Located in Historic Guinep House, the T&C National Museum offers special tours, events, and Museum Day. Visit tcmuseum.org for more information.

Grand Turk has become very popular with bird watchers. There are protected national parks, nature reserves, and sanctuaries. Turks & Caicos Islands are home to over 190 species of birds. 52 are known to breed locally.

Grand Turk's beautiful beaches are full of all sorts of life and excellent spots to comb for treasures, shells, and sea glass.

Enjoy a relaxing and interesting paddle in a glass bottom kayak while learning the importance of the mangroves to the ecological system.

Pack a basket or grill and have a private beach picnic!

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