The allure of Provo is obvious year-round, from its pristine turquoise waters and white sandy beaches to coral reefs and exotic dive sites rich in brilliant coloured marine life.
Water visibility is generally fantastic, averaging over 25 metres. The water temperature averages during the winter, 24-25 °C and in the summer it averages 26 – 30 °C.
Dive sites on the schedule include Grace Bay, Northwest Point, West Caicos, French Cay and Pine Cay. The entire dive sites visited are within the protected Marine Park, with each area having a number of interesting and beautiful sites.
Dive sites are submerged seamounts, barrier reefs and vertical walls. Famous for a variety of formations including, gold and purple tube sponges and elephant ear sponges. The prolific marine life such as groupers, barracudas, turtles, sharks and the occasional manta ray inhibit these sites.