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Climb to the top and see the view of this Marine Park. Iguanas, turtles, great snorkeling. I was there on a day when the bay was a parking lot of sail and motor boats. I like that it's uninhabited but it could get ugly too...More
It is a thrill to see the turtles, but the realistic picture is this: You will see 2 or 3 turtles being watched by 200 or 300 tourists .. There are 100 times more tourists than turtles. In the pictures it looks idyllic, but it...More
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Tobago Cays is one of those places that looks like it has been lifted from the pages of a fancy travel magazine. It is picture-perfect, awe-inspiring and impossibly turquoise.
The biggest attraction here is swimming with the turtles in the wild. Plenty of sea turtles...More
We just made two separate overnight visits to the Tobago Cays. We were unable to snorkel on the first trip as the wind and waves were just too rough, although we did see many turtles popping their heads out of the sea to take a...More
The Tobago Cays is top on our list for sailing the Grendadines! Captain Neil took excellent care of us from anchoring, to snorkeling info, bringing us a wonderful mahi mahi freshly cooked dinner to our boat (yes, to our boat and it was delicious! Thank...More
Pictures don’t do Tobago Cays justice. We swam with sea turtles and starfish. The lobster shack prepared an excellent dinner and pre dinner entertainment was feeding the puffers and sharks the cleanings of the fish we had for dinner.
We stopped at Tobago Cays during a catamaran trip around the Grenadines and it was amasing: we swam with turtles, stringrays and plenty of starfish at the bottom of the sea. A wonderful experiend well worth it!
We had been to the Tobago Cays several years ago, and it is beautiful. One of the primary reasons we chartered in SVG was a chance to go back to this spot. We didn't count on the fact that during this particular week, the winds...More
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Hello Mrs. Shay,
My name is Chris.. I would recommend you as a best way to get there.. Airline trip (plane) as from Vincent International Distributing Inc that is near to Miami International Airport,>To Tobago Cays it is... More
Hello Mrs. Shay,
My name is Chris.. I would recommend you as a best way to get there.. Airline trip (plane) as from Vincent International Distributing Inc that is near to Miami International Airport,>To Tobago Cays it is only 3h 35min 12sec
We swam off the boat so too deep to stand up, we were moored a little way from the beach I have to say I didn't see any boats right up to the beach so maybe there not allowed. It's breath taking so even if you're not... More
We swam off the boat so too deep to stand up, we were moored a little way from the beach I have to say I didn't see any boats right up to the beach so maybe there not allowed. It's breath taking so even if you're not confident in the water it's well worth a trip just to see the place.