Tobago is a small
island and compared to many other Caribbean Island destinations,
it is visited by relatively few divers making it very pristine
and untouched. It is a great destination for the beginner and
very advanced diver alike. Sites range from gently sloping coral
reefs to stunning vertical rock faces covered with encrusting
sponges, gorgonians and stony corals. These sites support a
wide range of life, most notably the stingrays, eagle rays,
hawksbill turtles, and nurse sharks. On the smaller end of the
scale you will find cherubfish, flameback angelfish, and sea
The south end of this tiny island is the quieter, shallower
area while the north end experiences the Guyana Current creating
intense and exciting drift dives. These drift dives are fantastic.
Large shoals of grunt and snapper create a swirl of moving color.
Green morays, nurse sharks, turtles and the occasional whale
shark complete the dream dive.
Temp: Summer Average 80F 26C - Winter 70F 21C
Visibility Average: 80 ft 24 m