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When to go to Providenciales

Providenciales has diving opportunities all year round due to the favorable weather conditions. The average air temperature ranges between 27-30C/81-86F. The rainy season and possibility of hurricanes from June to November make December to March the most popular time to visit this destination. The humpback whale season is January through March. The sea conditions are quite good throughout the entire year, with the water temperature averaging 25-27C/77-81F. The Caribbean Sea is very clear around Providenciales, with the visibility frequently exceeding 30m/100ft. What to see Reef sharks, bottlenose dolphins, spotted eagle rays, and even hawksbill turtles are regularly spotted at this destination. There are also all shapes and colors of sea fauna: various types of corals, purple sea fans, and rare bright sponges.

Scuba diving in Providenciales

The island of Providenciales is located in the northwest Caicos Islands southeast of Miami. This dive destination serves as a favorite spot for divers of all levels. Providenciales is home to the Princess Alexandra National Park, which has abundant marine life free from commercial exploitation. In addition to a variety of smaller tropical fish like blue tangs, French angelfish and sergeant majors, bigger species can often be seen. Most popular dive sites The top dive sites around Providenciales include theThunderdome, Black Coral Forest, Amphitheater, as well as Crack with a deep crevice. Some drop-offs reach 2133m/7000ft, while reefs and cays are impressive and full of marine life.

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