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Mako Watersports

Heaving Down Rock Marina (Walkin Marina), Providenciales
Paddle boarder in clear water in the Turks and Caicos
Paddle boarding is easy to learn and fun for all ages.

Discover the incredible turquoise waters of the Turks and Caicos on an exciting jet ski or paddleboard wetland adventure. Mako Watersport prides itself on safety, professionalism, and a love of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Safety is a priority, so all jet ski tours are led by guides. You’ll be able to get to the best hidden spots around the islands and see what makes the Beautiful by Nature Turks and Caicos special!

Paddleboard Eco-tours

Paddleboarding is one of the most popular activities in the islands, and is a water sport that is fun for beginning and advanced paddlers of all ages.

Mako Watersports offers custom guided tours of the amazing wetlands and nature reserve islands near Providenciales. Paddleboards are exceptional for exploring wetlands as they are silent and offer a better view into the water than kayaks do because of the additional height when standing.

Paddle boarding eco-tour in a red mangrove channel in the Turks and Caicos
Paddle boarding with Mako Watersports at Mangrove Cay in the Princess Alexandra National Park.

You’ll never know exactly what you’ll see when paddling, yet it’s common to spot turtles, stingrays, conch, fish, juvenile sharks, upside-down jellyfish, crabs, and more. In the red mangroves that line the estuaries are green herons, tricolored herons, reddish egrets, and brown pelicans, and our unique Turks and Caicos rock iguana inhabits many of our cays.

Your knowledgeable guides will give an overview of the fascinating creatures you see, and what makes the Turks and Caicos marine environment so important.

Paddleboard and equipment rentals are also offered, and drop off and pick up is available for guests staying at villas and vacation rentals.

Jet Ski Adventures

Jet ski in Turks and Caicos
Jet ski tour with Mako Watersports.

The clear turquoise waters around Providenciales are spectacular for jet skiing, and words simply don’t do our marine environment justice. The archipelago surrounding the island of Providenciales includes the shallow Caicos Banks where the water and white sandy bottom is truly unbelievable, the tranquil and secluded beaches on the northern sides of the Caicos Cays, and beautiful sandbars and shallows in the channels between our islands.

Jet ski tours will appeal to most ages, as there’s a wide range of sights. Tours are guide-led, and may visit beautiful uninhabited cays, breathtaking beaches, Sand Dollar Cove near Pine Cay, the famous La Famille Express freighter wreck, and so much more.

Mako Watersports operates new, safe, and responsive jet skis that are suitable for up to two passengers.

Jet ski at shipwreck in Turks and Caicos
Jet skiing at the La Famille Express shipwreck in the Turks and Caicos.

Map & Location

Located at Heaving Down Rock Marina (Walkin Marina)

This small marina (also known as Walkin Marina) is located on the east point of Providenciales in Leeward Going Through Channel. Several water sports businesses operate from this complex, including the ferry services to North Caicos and South Caicos. This marina utilizes a floating dock system. More about Heaving Down Rock Marina (Walkin Marina) →