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$50 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

Glass Bottom Boat Cruise at Buccoo Reef

The island of tranquil Tobago, whose famous "Buccoo Reef" was visited by Jacques Cousteau, has many breathtaking views for photographic opportunities. Cousteau rated Tobago's Buccoo Reef as the number three spectacular sight to behold in the world. Your tour begins from Scarborough with a drive along the Claude Noel Highway before entering "Buccoo Bay Beach Resort" where you will board a glass bottom boats, to the Coral Gardens and Buccoo Reef. You will be treated to many species of fish life and natural formation of the reef. Buccoo is one of the major reefs easily accessible to non-swimmers. All the known hard corals and most of the soft ones can be found around Tobago as well as hundreds of different reef fish including the giant manta rays. Turtles species such as the endangered leatherback, the green loggerhead and the hawksbill all nest on beaches along Tobago's west coast. After visiting the reef on the glass bottom boat, your tour continues to the "Nylon Pool", where you can disembark and swim on this sand bank, with water not exceeding 2.5 feet high.

$98 Tours & Sightseeing

Tobago Island Tour

Our first stop is at Fort James, located in Plymouth, the biggest village on the Caribbean side. Here you learn about the history of Tobago and the famous “Mystery Tombstone” and the 17th century ruins. Here the inscriptions on the tombstone baffles all who reads it, and the stories behind it has become a great conversation starter. Enjoy a beautiful view overlooking three bays.  We continue our drive along the Caribbean side, stop at a 200 year old Silk Cotton Tree, then we drive until we reach the Mount Dillon Lookout with its stunning view overlooking Castara, a little sleepy fishing village as well as the untouched coastline. From there we drive downhill into the village of Castara were you have the opportunity to experience a typical fishing village. Our next stop is at one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Englishman’s Bay, where the rainforest almost meets the green turquoise waters and the untouched bay. From there we head towards Parlatuvier, another magnificent bay. We can have a wonderful lunch at the famous “Jemma’s Seaview kitchen, a restaurant in Speyside built on the beach and around a tree.(not included in price). Enjoy great local food. Our last stop will be the “center of the North”, Charlottesville. There we will visit “Flagstaff Hill”, where you can enjoy one of the most stunning views Tobago has to offer. In the afternoon we drive along the Atlantic coast to Scarborough for our last stop at Fort King George. This is the best kept Fort of the island with a beautiful view of our capital Scarborough.