Marine Activities

Interested in Marine activites in Tobago? Well Tobago offers a VARIETY to suite your wants and needs on any day you desire.


Marine Activities in Tobago - scroll down to see all 



  • Glass Bottom Boat Tours

Take a trip to Buccoo Reef and Nylon Pool on one of the twice daily tours which leave Store Bay. Buccoo Reef boasts around forty different species of coral and is home to many types of colourful reef fish. The Nylon Pool is a metre-deep sandbar in the middle of the lagoon. Dive beneath the turquoise waters of Tobago to see the gigantic brain coral at the famous dive site of Kelleston Drain. Glass Bottom Boat Tours can be found at Blue Waters Inn and in the village of Speyside that will take you out on the reef. They normally do 2 trips a day, weather and client depending. One goes in the mid morning and one right after lunch time.

  • Jet Ski-ing

Enjoy the adrenaline fuelled experience of jet ski-ing. The main area is inbetween Store Bay and Pigeon Point. Most operators will give you a safety talk first before allowing you to go out on your own. Make sure your travel insurance covers you for the experience.

Pops Tours

Contact information: (868) 738 8226 or (868) 383 2348

Location: #19 Post Office Street, Buccoo Point, Tobago

Pops Tours Tobago is a family run business named after our grandfather ‘Pops' who was one of the original pioneers of Buccoo Reef/Nylon Pool tours by rowing boat and glass box in the 1960s. We continue his legacy and offer various tours such as snorkel tours, all inclusive coastal tours with dolphin spotting and local homemade lunch on a beach, private charters as well as fishing packages to catch mahi mahi, barracuda, tuna, wahoo for the more experienced, we have fun fishing for beginners (children very welcome!) and also island road trips.

Captain Blondie leads our reliable and likeable team with a focus on making sure that our guests have a great experience. Don't be shy to ask us about Tobago's unique goat races as we are active members of the goat racing association and train and race our happy, healthy, pampered goats to keep our village tradition going.


  • Powerboating

Enjoy the thrill and excitement of a powerboat ride along Tobago's coast. Most trips take place on the Caribbean Sea side of the island. You can snorkel, swim in secluded bays or enjoy a BBQ on No Man's Land.


Radical Sports Limited


Contact Information: (868) 631-5150; Mobile: (868) 728-5483

Location: #54 Samaan Grove . Golden Grove Road . Canaan . Tobago .

Our Team is headed up by Brett and Dwight, owner and Manager respectively. Two guys whose love for the ocean can only be matched by their never quenching thirst for Life. Assisting us is Nadia who is always in and around the center helping with customer needs but watch out, she will be the first to show you how to "wine"(local name given to our form of dancing in our twin Island) and its definitely something to be seen. Finally we have professional beach bums Puppy and Oily. These two dogs or Radical Mascots some may say were born right here on Pigeon Point. They will be the first to great you every morning but be careful how you spoil them as they are very willing to follow you home after surfing so they make sure their "Bacon Connection" is safe. But who would we be without you. Our clients are as diverse as they come, many come back year after year but one thing is common in all of them, they love to surf and they love to "lime".


  • Sailing

Daily sails, sunset cruises and private trips for special occasions, weddings, reunions and corporate events on a catamaran. Store Bay and Charlotteville are the two main anchorages for visiting yachts. 


  • Snorkelling

There are many excellent spots around Tobago's coastline to experience the island's marine life. Try Englishman's Bay. Pirate's Bay, Mount Irvine, Arnos Vale and Store Bay for some memory making encounters.


  • Sport Fishing

Many highly prized pelagic species, such as blue marlin, sailfish, tuna, wahoo and dorado can be found on Tobago's reefs and drop offs. Operators offer a range of fish - offshore, coastal, reef, flyfishing and light tackle fishing. Conservation measures are in place with many charters using the tag-and-release system.


Stand Up Paddle Tobago


Contact Information: (868) 681-4741

Location: 54 Samaan Grove . Golden Grove Road . Canaan . Tobago .

Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) is one of the fastest growing sports in the world for many reasons. From SUP surfing, to cruising around the coast, to fitness and yoga the options on Stand Up Paddle boards are endless. It's also very easy to learn the basics, we will have you up in just 1 lesson. Tobago as a location for Stand Up Paddling is fantastic. From beautiful lagoons, to small fun waves, to large open water surf, the options are endless. Visiting these places on a SUP board allows better views of turtles and fish in the sea, as your higher and have no motor to scare them away. Let us show you some of the hidden adventures that Tobago has to offer.


  • Surfing

Tobago is not known for its surfing but you can still catch waves at Mount Irvine and Minister Bay at Bacolet. Lessons are available at Mount Irvine and Bacolet. The season runs from November to April.


  • Waterski-ing and Wakeboarding

Bon Accord Lagoon offers the perfect conditions for waterskiing and wakeboarding. Lessons and equipment rentals are available from Pigeon Point.


  • Windsurfing

The main windsurfing season is usually mid to late December through to May/June. Again, Pigeon Point is one of the best locations in Tobago and during high season windsurfing clinics are held here. Lessons and equipment rental are also available.