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DIVE PROVO  

Still relatively undiscovered; with warm weather, clear water, white sand beaches, miles of barely explored reefs, direct flights from many North American cities and easy access from Europe and South America; Providenciales is the perfect choice for a tropical diving vacation.

Dive Provo’s experienced, fun professionals show you the best of Turks and Caicos scuba diving.

Give our US reservations office a call at 1-800-234-7768 or Book Online

EXPERIENCE DIVING OUR WAY  

Experienced buddies can plan their own dive and explore at their own  pace. Solo or inexperienced divers can take advantage of our in water guide.  All our staff are instructors and are happy to give tips to improve your comfort in the water.

 

Give our US reservations office a call at 1-800-234-7768 or Book Online

LEARN TO DIVE  

Realize a dream on vacation and become a certified diver.  Study at home and then complete your pool training and open water dives in our beautiful warm water.

 

Give our US reservations office a call at 1-800-234-7768 or Book Online

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    Ports of Call Resort Free Nights Special The Ports of Call Resort is island’s premier value priced property and the “home” of Dive Provo, several restaurants and bars, European beauty salon and hairdresser, ice cream store, souvenir and gift shops and more. Book now for travel May 1 – December 19, 2014 and when you pay for 4 […]

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Dive Provo - the premier Provo Dive Shop

Dive Provo provides the best of the Turks & Caicos Islands diving with their three modern boats visiting the dramatic walls of West Caicos, French Cay and Northwest Point, and exploring the deep spur and groove coral formations of Grace Bay and Pine Cay. Come face to face with a multitude of tropical fish, turtles, sharks, eagle rays and if you are lucky humpback whales during winter months.