Packed with sea life, Smith’s Reef on Providenciales appeals to snorkelers at all levels. Stingrays, turtles, lobsters and lots of brightly colored fish will likely swim by during your dive near this underwater sanctuary. You can enter the reef area at three different points: north, east and central access. Recent travelers recommend finding a sandy pathway near the small parking area that will guide you into the water – rocky areas can be slippery and more dangerous (as such, many advise that you wear water shoes).



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  • Matthew Standland
    Matthew Standland
    3 months ago

    The beach is easy to access via coconut road. You can enjoy the area near turtle cove and enter the water relatively rock free. We walked about a quarter mile then to the best reef access. The reef is bordered with buoys to mark it from ships and jet skis.

  • George O'Sullivan
    George O'Sullivan
    a year ago

    Great diving

  • Courtney Irwin
    Courtney Irwin
    a month ago

    Amazing turtles and rays! Very shallow reef so visitors should be very careful to preserve this amazing coral.

  • Corissa Becker
    Corissa Becker
    2 months ago

    We really enjoyed our day here. It was a quiet beach and the snorkeling was fantastic for being right off the beach.

  • Rebecca Schuler
    Rebecca Schuler
    5 months ago

    Bring your own snorkeling gear to this great location for viewing sea life! We saw squid, sea turtles, lots of fish, sea urchins and much more. I recommend water shoes if you just plan on wading into the water, as it is pretty rocky.

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