Bohio Dive Resort
Bohio Dive Resort
The Bohio Dive Resort is small in size and intimate in nature. Each room at the resort offers a spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea and comes complete with a comfortable balcony and are all air conditioned.
Located within the Bohio Dive Resort, The Guanahani Restaurant is open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The cooks have created a delicious blend of local and international flavors which rival any restaurant on the island. Local tuna, often landed fresh to the beach, sumptuous steaks and crispy sushi rolls are just some of the delicacies available. Don’t be surprised if you see Pad Thai for some Oriental flavor or Mahi Mahi caught that day on the ever changing specials menu.
If you have been out fishing yourself and landed a catch, we will be happy to put a dish together with you for the full ocean to plate experience! Open every day The Bohio Bar menu offers all-day snacks featuring local fish and conch as well as more traditional burgers and Paninis. Relax, enjoy and recharge for your next dive.
The sunsets from the resort are truley something to behold. Relax in one of the many hammocks and watch the sun dipping below the horizon makes the end to a perfect day.
Bohio Dive Resort sits on the white sand of one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, idyllic Pillory beach, on the sleepy Caribbean island of Grand Turk. The island has an old-fashioned colonial charm, with donkeys wandering through the streets of Cockburn Town, flamingos resting in the old salt ponds, relics of the salt-raking industry, a pink court house, and traffic jams are positively unheard of.
The SCUBA diving in Grand Turk is mostly wall diving and the visibility can regularly reach over 100ft. The water temperatures are typical of the Caribbean ranging from 75 degrees to a warm 84 degrees. The dive boats operated by Bohio Dive Resort are not your typical “cattle boats” and accommodate up to 9 divers at time. Nitrox is also available for those wishing to dive on Nitrox.
Take an excursion around the lighthouse, or to one of the neighboring cays, to explore the wildlife or the island life around Biohio Dive Resort. There’s a great little museum if you are looking for cultural history. For a different sort of local culture, explore the beach-side bars and local bands along Front Street.
Grand Turk is just seven miles long by a mile and a half at its widest point. So you can get about easily by bike or scooter. From Bohio Dive Resort, Cockburn Town is just a short stroll along the beach, or take a kayak to a different beach for a change of scene.