Scuba diving in Gullies

From Boat
Average: 15 m
Maximum: 23 m
Average: 20 m
Maximum: 35 m
The Gulley dive site (also known as Gullies, the Gully) is a wall located in the waters off the island of West Caicos in the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean. There is a dazzling array of marine life, the Gulley suits any diver level. There is a dense coral reef full of cleaning stations on the top of the wall. This spot is also attractive for underwater photography.

One of the most popular in the Caribbean and Pacific - Explorer Ventures Liveaboard Fleet offers to explore the pristine marine playgrounds of the Saba & St Kitts, Turks and Caicos Islands, and the Silver Bank  

When to go

The water temperature in summer is 28-29C/82-84F, and it is about 23-26C/74-78F in winter. The winter months are generally the best time of year for wildlife (especially for whales). The summer months have the nicest weather conditions for diving, but it is also hurricane season.

What to see

This area has undercuts covered in sponges, the occasional giant orange elephant ear sponge, black corals, and anemones. This site is home to sharks, grunts, snapper, grouper, and schools of blue tangs. Pelagic visitors are frequent here.

Reachable from

West Caicos

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