Cost Per Person:
King Room: $1,236 (double occ), $1,674 (single occ)
Two Queen Suite Mini-Kitchen: $1,334 (double occ)
Non-Diver Rates available.
What is included: Your package includes 7 nights double occupancy accommodation at Osprey Beach Hotel, 6 days of 2-tank boat dives with Oasis Divers, air tanks, weight belts & weights, daily breakfast, 12% tax.
Additional fees: A REEF Program Fee of $300 per diver will be added to each package to cover the cost of the group leaders, seminar and survey materials. Limited tank supply of Nitrox available for $15/tank. Airport transfers to/from lodging not included. Daily lunch & dinner not included.
Airport/hotel transfer information: Participants fly into/out of Providenciales International Airport (PLS) on Turks & Caicos. From there participants will take an inter-island flight to JAGS McCartney International Airport (GDT) on Grand Turk. Inter-island flights are approximately $150 r/t and may be booked through InterCarribbean or Caicos Express. Ground transfers from GDT to Osprey Beach via taxi (5 minute ride) are available outside the airport and are approximately $8 one-way.
(Please be advised it is suggested that you leave at least one hour in between landing in Provo (PLS) and catching the next flight to Grand Turk (GDT). You will need to clear customs and immigration in Provo before proceeding to the next section of the airport for your interisland flight. The last flight to Grand Turk each day is 5:00pm on one airline and 5:15pm on the other. In regards to your return flight, please arrive two hours ahead of your sheduled flight out of Provo (PLS). For reference, the first flight out of Grand Turk (GDT) is at 8:30am).
How to book: To reserve your space or find out more, email us at trips@REEF.org, or call us at 305-588-5869. A $500 deposit will be collected at time of booking. Visit our Trip Policies page for more information on deposit and payment schedules.
About the trip leader: Paul Humann, co-founder of REEF and co-author of more than nine marine life field guides, was the first to photograph many species in their natural habitats. He is renowned in the photography and diving industries. In 2006, Paul was recognized with the DEMA Reaching Out Award and subsequently joined the DEMA Hall of Fame. Later, in 2007, Paul was inducted into the International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame in recognition of his many contributions to how we understand the underwater world.