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Amazing Underwater Site!

You think you have seen it all......but not until you have seen "Black Forest" of Grand Turk. An... read more

Reviewed 5 November 2016
miklin2015
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Effort, Pennsylvania
Fantastic dive site

I have spent more than four months diving this reef in the last three years. Each of the sites have... read more

Reviewed 24 August 2015
Minkster56
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Mississauga, Canada
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One of the most beautiful and unusual dives on the island, known for its black coral and dramatic underwater cliffs.
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5 Nov 2016
“Amazing Underwater Site!”
24 Aug 2015
“Fantastic dive site”
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Reviewed 5 November 2016

You think you have seen it all......but not until you have seen "Black Forest" of Grand Turk. An underwater world of beautiful black coral. At a depth of about 90 feet you get to see some of the most beautiful coral formations that exist. Walls...More

Thank miklin2015
Reviewed 24 August 2015

I have spent more than four months diving this reef in the last three years. Each of the sites have their own special sights. This one is interesting as the wall curls in on itself. Bring a light, there is lots to see in the...More

Thank Minkster56
Reviewed 20 January 2015

normally don't get to see black coral but wall overhang blocks enough light that the black coral will grow at shallower depths (70-90 ft for this dive). Once back up over the wall by the boat mooring, there were lots of little coral formations to...More

Thank Josh K
Reviewed 6 October 2013

There is not a bad dive site on Grand Turk. Atleast Oasis Divers has never taken us to one. Black Forest is a great wall dive with huge black gorgonians jutting out from the wall outcroppings. It's easy to get mesmerized and forget your depth....More

2  Thank Patty M
Reviewed 23 August 2013

The coral reefs are in great shape in Grand Turk this is one of the more outstanding examples....reds, oranges, blues greens....breath taking

1  Thank tyedye33
Reviewed 4 April 2013

This is a deep wall dive with black coral in mass amounts at 80-100 feet. Due to a lucky mix up, I actually got to dive this site twice. Under the overhanging wall at just over 100 feet are massive formations of red growths. I'm...More

1  Thank tonyandk
Reviewed 24 November 2012

This was a great site with lots of sea life, cuddly Grouper and a couple of amorous turtles and numerous other critters along the way.

Thank rwfhalliday
Reviewed 19 July 2012

I liked diving this spot because it is shallow like Library. It's probably 25 ft to the top of the wall (maybe less) and has lots of life. Good for new divers too.

1  Thank SqueekEBat
Reviewed 17 January 2004

Great dive! Don't miss out on this one. The wall overhangs and black coral abounds under the edge of the overhang. Not usually seen at these depths. I would definitely do this dive again.

8  Thank Tim_Ingersoll
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