A very special wealth of reefs around Tobago ensures that the water does not take over half of Tabago. The reef acts as a barrier to high waves, an incubator for beautiful sea life and a point of interest for those who want to see sea life underwater without diving too deep. Snorekelling is quite an experience.
A worthwhile trip while on a cruise. It's about US$25 one way to get here by taxi. Don't pay more than US$20 per person on a glass bottom boat. We got ripped off by one of the locals due to lack of knowing this. Good selection of fish to see while snorkelling.
All of the glass bottom boat trips make a stop here for you to snorkel, however, be careful as the currents were quite strong. We used a full face, modern non fogging snorkelling mask that enabled you to breath through you nose and was truly worth the £40 investement as it really enhanced our enjoyment at this popular tourist spot,... 更多
I had read that the majority of the reef had died. Upon seeing the reef for myself I was totally heartbroken to see that this was indeed the case. What should have been colourful coral and many varieties of fish turned out to be white dead coral and only a few small fish. It was devastating to see that this... 更多
Didn't know such a tiny island was so rich in history. It was fascinating to learn how each Fort played such an important part in protecting Tobago.
I have already visited Buccoo Reef and it is such a lovely place. Before you can visit Buccoo Reef you can visit Cable Bay. Cable Bay is such a lovely and gorgeous bay. There you can lay down in the water because it is sooo shallow. When the tide comes in the water gets a lil deeper but you can... 更多
Words would not do justice to this place, however this is in the top 5 must place to see in Tobago. I totally recommend to all. Very beautiful.
Not very large or colourful, but great for those who have never seen a coral reef before. Should be included with Nylon Pool for best experience