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Diving Tobago

Tobago, the little piece of land near Grenada, facing the Venezuelan eastern coast, is a small paradise for travelers in search of tranquility. Far less visited than its big sister, Trinidad, it maintains an authentic character. Tourism is widely promoted so the infrastructure is in place just ready to welcome visitors with comfort and kindness.

One of its best-kept secrets is the scuba diving in Tobago—totally exciting and diverse. Beginners will love the abundance of coral and colorful little fish. The more experienced will go crazy for the incredible drop-offs and the particularly sporty outings in the canal between Trinidad and Tobago. Drift diving also await you along with hammerhead and tiger sharks. The topography of the sites reflects the diversity of the surface : coral gardens, drop-offs, and rock formations. Either on the Caribbean Sea side or the Atlantic Ocean, life is everywhere and there is really something for everybody. Electric rays, eagle rays, giant barracudas, and sharks are just some of the ocean life you’ll meet. Also, there is the “fixed” fauna of huge sponges and multicolored gorgonians. And, we saved the best for last, the real specificity is the (occasional yet massive) presence of manta rays and leatherback sea turtles-- Tobago is reputed for being one of the three CaribbeanIslands where they come to nest and lay their eggs. An absolute must on the bucket list ! So, if you’re looking for sites off the beaten track and you dream of finding yourself face to face with a manta ray just as curious as you, book now your dives for the Kamikaze Cut, Mount Irvine drop-off, or The Sisters !

Diving Tobago

Tobago, the little piece of land near Grenada, facing the Venezuelan eastern coast, is a small paradise for travelers in search of tranquility. Far less visited than its big sister, Trinidad, it maintains an authentic character. Tourism is widely promoted so the infrastructure is in place just ready to welcome visitors with comfort and kindness.

One of its best-kept secrets is the scuba diving in Tobago—totally exciting and diverse. Beginners will love the abundance of coral and colorful little fish. The more experienced will go crazy for the incredible drop-offs and the particularly sporty outings in the canal between Trinidad and Tobago. Drift diving also await you along with hammerhead and tiger sharks. The topography of the sites reflects the diversity of the surface : coral gardens, drop-offs, and rock formations. Either on the Caribbean Sea side or the Atlantic Ocean, life is everywhere and there is really something for everybody. Electric rays, eagle rays, giant barracudas, and sharks are just some of the ocean life you’ll meet. Also, there is the “fixed” fauna of huge sponges and multicolored gorgonians. And, we saved the best for last, the real specificity is the (occasional yet massive) presence of manta rays and leatherback sea turtles-- Tobago is reputed for being one of the three CaribbeanIslands where they come to nest and lay their eggs. An absolute must on the bucket list ! So, if you’re looking for sites off the beaten track and you dream of finding yourself face to face with a manta ray just as curious as you, book now your dives for the Kamikaze Cut, Mount Irvine drop-off, or The Sisters !

Diving Tobago

Tobago, the little piece of land near Grenada, facing the Venezuelan eastern coast, ...

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