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Boat Charter

Duration: Half Day

boat charter

This full-day boat tour around the stunning coastline of Tobago is the perfect opportunity to snorkel in the clear Caribbean waters and explore exquisite, secluded bays.

Climb on board an open air 28ft Boeing boat, then sit back and relax as we cruise along the spectacular Caribbean coastline to the more rugged Atlantic coastline on the eastern part of the island. Here you will discover sleepy fishing villages and some of Tobago’s most beautiful beaches and hidden coves, which are accessible only by boat. 

If you get too hot, jump into the ocean and enjoy a spot of swimming or snorkelling. Tobago is renowned for having some of the best diving sites in the Caribbean. The windward coast offers crashing waves and many unspoiled reefs, where a diversity of marine life can be spotted, including giant manta rays, sea turtles, lobsters, midnight blue and green parrotfish, angel fish and snappers. The largest measured brain coral in the world can be found in the waters off the coast of Speyside, in the northeast of the island.

Tobago’s reefs are all teeming with beautiful tropical reef fish, of various colours, shapes and sizes, so swimming and snorkeling alongside them is a breathtaking and memorable experience. The rich abundance of marine life in the area is due to the island’s location close to the South American mainland, which supplies these life forms with copious amounts of nutrients and plankton from the Orinoco River outflow. Washed from the south by the Guyana Current, it then passes the east coast of the island.

Enjoy Tobago’s lush, dramatic scenery as we sail along the eastern coast. Tobago is a volcanic island so in addition to sloping coral reefs, there are many large rocks, cliffs and overhangs along the Atlantic coastline. The island’s eastern interior landscape rises steeply into the hills which make up the central Main Ridge. These rocky cliffs shelter Tobago’s lush tropical rainforest, which is the oldest protected rainforest reserve in the Western Hemisphere.

For lunch, you will stop at a remote sandy bay to enjoy some delicious local food. Then, quench your thirst with refreshing tropical drinks before jumping back into the ocean once again.

This boat tour is one of the most relaxing ways to enjoy the island during your holiday in Tobago. Feel the sun on your face and the cool sea breeze in your hair as you leisurely cruise from bay to bay. A holiday in the Caribbean doesn’t get much better than this.

You may wish to take sun block, swim- wear, sunglasses and hat. Drinks, lunch and snorkelling is included.

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