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Just returned from a week at Manta House and had a specular time. It is an incredible place to chill out and rejuvenate! There are many great restaurants around as well as dive shops and scuba diving on Grand Turk is a must! There is...More
We stayed at Manta House April 8-15, 2017. We dove with Grand Turk Scuba which is a 2-minute walk south of where we stayed! The businesses on the island truly are supportive of one another. Where Manta House is located is just south of the...More
If you hate monster hotels, cruise ships, and organized activities, book here. I loved my little bungalow with kitchen across the street from a fabulous white beach and coral reef that's (thankfully) a protected national park, visited only by divers. No crowds. No noisy speedboats....More
Reliving wedding memories! We got married on the beach 10 years ago. It was so low key and beautiful. Just family and the locals that came by. Perfect setting, perfect people. We saw the green flash at sunset and were told it meant we would...More
Perched near the edge of the sparkling turquoise sea,Manta House is in a delightful location for the pursuit of total bliss.Spacious,airy,spotless and well-appointed rooms are just steps away from the azure ocean.The Sandbar abuts the beach,and serves delicious local food and sturdy cocktails.Owners Katya and...More
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There are plenty of times that the cruise ships are not in port. If you go with Oasis Divers, they will specifically schedule your trip when there is not a ship at port, so you have a better experience. We were on GT for 6... More
There are plenty of times that the cruise ships are not in port. If you go with Oasis Divers, they will specifically schedule your trip when there is not a ship at port, so you have a better experience. We were on GT for 6 nights and there was a ship in port almost every day, but only for a few hours each time. It was easy to find a day & time to go out on the water when they were not there.