This is the 3rd biggest reef in the world. Who knew? Outstanding things to see- you have to go. We snorkeled it, but we saw plenty of divers on our deep dives. There is a drop off that goes from 15 ' to 7000'.
OK I'm surprised a dive site is here as an attraction - but hey I'll review it... When I dove this site the water viability was not good, some rough weather had just passed close by and created some large swells. But even without good visability we still saw 7 turtles and two rays - good dive.
We visited this reef as part of the Supreme Snorkel package with White Sand Snorkel that we had booked before leaving home. Both the tour and Library Reef were spectacular. While on the reef, we were allowed to feed the fish and explore on our own. The marine life we saw that morning were abundant and beautiful. This reef is... 更多
Do your night dive here with Grand Turk Diving! Ask for Smitty! BEST DIVE EVERRRRR!!!! He's the owner... Extremely informative, helpful and understanding! A bonus, he's also hilarious!
Visibility 100ft plus, didn’t need to dive deeper than 70ft and water temperature 86 degrees Fahrenheit. Healthy colourful reef (reds, blues, yellows), varied corals including fans and sponges. We saw a porcupine fish, boxfish, puffer, various butterfly fish, barracuda, parrotfish, various triggerfish, small cleaner shrimps, large crabs and a huge lobster to name just a few. Best to check it... 更多
Beautiful dive site with lots of color. We were fortunate to see a large turtle, crab and a nice sized moray eel on this dive among many other species. I would definitely dive this site again.
Very healthy reef, coral is beautiful, lots of sea life. All the walls are 2000-7000 ft, lots of room to dive. Most sea life from 35-70 feet watch you profile!
This snorkel spot is one of the best I have ever been to. We booked crystal seas adventures, they were great. The water was beautiful and clear. Many types of tropical fish to see. Can't wait to go back