Turks & Caicos Islands Fishing

bonefishing | deepsea fishing | bottom fishing | cruises | snorkelling
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Conch Dive
  • Snorkelling
  • Private Beach Getaway
  • Sunset Cruise

Bonefishing

Turks and Caicos Islands consists of a large area of shallow flats ideal for bonefishing, a favourite passtime for locals and tourists alike.

Deepsea Fishing

A few miles off shore and you can enjoy the adventure in one of the most popular fishing grounds in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Island Cruise

With forty islands and cays making up the Turks and Caicos, you can cruise the islands with the wind in your hair and a cocktail in hand.

Fishing in the Turks and Caicos Islands


Fishing Charters in the Turks and Caicos Islands account for one of the most enjoyed activity while vacation in the islands. These fishing charters cater to the experienced and inexperienced fisherpersons, recreational, sporting and corporate groups. The friendly and professional local captains' approach will ensure you the of best possible fishing experience on board their various vessel.

There are several fishing charters companies owned and operated in the Turks and Caicos Islands offering to you a unique perspective to fishing and cruising.

The various captains bring with them decades of experience handed down by several generations. Their qualifications and sound skill sets in boating and the unique knowledge of the waters in and around Turks and Caicos Islands put them among the best in the Caribbean.

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Snorkelling

 

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Services

A variety of on-the-water adventures await you.

Beach Cruise

On this excursion you get to visit the iguanas, cruise along our cays , snorkel our gorgeous reef and collect shells on Fort George and Pine Cay. This trip is great for the whole family.

Sunset Cruise

Cruise along award winning Gracebay beach and the northern shore, where you will watch the sunset. This is very relaxing and a great way to end your day.

Private Island Getaways

For those who want to take their time alone and have a quiet day on a secluded beach, this trip is perfect for you. Chairs and an umbrella with rum punch and picnic basket will be provided for you.

Deep Sea

On this trip you will be fishing for mahi mahi, tuna, wahoo, marlin.

Bottom Fishing

This is one of the most exciting and easiest way to catch a fish , we fish along the reef where you can catch a wide variety of fishes. Such as groupers and snappers.

Bone Fishing

Turks and Caicos has over 40 miles of shallow flats and is perhaps the greatest bonefishing waters in the world. Catching this fish will challenge your skill in finding and catching them, and makes for a very rewarding adventure at the end of it all.


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I have learned more about fishing in the Turks and caicos Islands than all my previous trips combined! I now feel confident that I can replicate the tips and hands-on experience on my future adventures on the water.

Turks and Caicos Islands

Learn about the family islands in Turks and Caicos.

Beautiful By Nature

  • Posted by: King Fisher
  • March 21, 2013

The Turks and Caicos Islands are comprised of two groups of islands, the “Turks islands” and the “Caicos islands”. These two groups are separted by the Turks Island Passage, a 22 mile wide, 7000 feet deep water channel. The land mass, covering an area of 193 square miles, is surrounded by a continuous coral reef, one of the largest in the world. Of the 40 islands and cays that comprise the TCI, only nine are inhabited. They are Grand Turk, Salt Cay, Providenciales, North Caicos, Middle Caicos, South Caicos, Ambergris Cay, Pine Cay and Parrot Cay.

The Turks and Caicos Islands

The Turks and Caicos Islands are comprised of two groups of islands, the “Turks islands” and the “Caicos islands”. These two groups are separted by the Turks Island Passage, a 22 mile wide, 7000 feet deep water channel. The land mass, covering an area of 193 square miles, is surrounded by a continuous coral reef, one of the largest in the world. Of the 40 islands and cays that comprise the TCI, only nine are inhabited. They are Grand Turk, Salt Cay, Providenciales, North Caicos, Middle Caicos, South Caicos, Ambergris Cay, Pine Cay and Parrot Cay.

Turks and Caicos Islands Map

Grand Turk: The nation’s capital. It is believed that Christopher Columbus first made landfall here in 1492. This island, where Bermudan colonial architecture can still be found, houses the national museum which preserves the country’s history as well as the legend of the Molasses Reef Wreck, the oldest European shipwreck yet to be discovered in the Western Hemisphere. Grand Turk is also home to a 140-plus year old lighthouse built in the UK.

Salt Cay: As the name suggests, this island was once used for solar salt production up until the 1960s. This island is a living museum with artifacts from the salt production era still around.

Middle Caicos: This is a picturesque island with towering limestone cliffs, secluded beaches of emerald-blue water, above-sea-level caves, and an abundance of wildlife. The ruins of Arawaks and the Lucayan Indians villages can be found here, as well as ruins of the plantation era. About 270 people live here in the villages of Conch Bar, Bambarra and Lorimers.

North Caicos: This is the greenest of all the islands with exotic fruit trees and wild flamingos. Wades Green was one of the most successful plantations of the Loyalist era, the ruins of which is preserved. The swampland and tidal flats on the southern side of the island is home to scores of birds and other wildlife. The population is concentrated in four settlements; Sandy Point, Kew, Whitby and Bottle Creek.

Parrot Cay: A private island which is home to a beautiful five-star resort and spa, reachable only by boat.

Pine Cay: A private island decorated with a small number of privately owned homes and the prestigious Meridian Club Resort. This island can best be described as a nature reserve with miles of trails and pristine beaches. The island is void of telephones, television, and automobiles.

Providenciales: Provo as it is commonly called, is the country’s most developed island and the tourism Mecca. Provo is largely recognized for its 12 mile Grace Bay Beach and 18 hole championship golf course. Provo is home to the world’s only conch farm and the famous Bottle nose Dolphin named Jojo. Provo is also the focus of most real estate activity with dramatic increases in land value and a flurry of commercial development on the way.

South Caicos: This was once a salt producing island, however, today it is famous for its fishing and its natural deep water harbor. South Caicos is the center of the country’s fishing industry, exporting thousands of pounds of seafood (including conch and lobster) annually. South Caicos also offers world-class diving which is known for clear visibility in water depths from 20 feet “dropping off the wall” to 7000 feet and its fantastic array of corals and fishes.

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