It is always said that Tobago is one of the best kept secrets in the Caribbean & this is certainly so for diving. Most divers are amazed at how many fish & critters there is to see as well as beautiful reefs all of which have very different formations. The main areas for diving are on the south or north end of the island with the wonderful "Sisters " rocks in between. Our waters are very nutrient rich which attracts so many different varieties of fish & critters & with so much to feed on they do tend to be larger than in most other islands. There are dive sites for all levels of divers & for those that a not already divers a great place to get your first experience of diving. You can dive both the Atlantic & the Caribbean. Tobago has one of the largest brain corals in the world. As there are so many different dive sites it is unusual to meet another dive boat on the same dive site.
Check out these great videos showing off some of our favourite Tobago Dive Sites - Scroll down to see all
Tobago Scuba Diving: The Sisters
Looking to Dive in Tobago, check out this great video on the Sisters.
Group of 5 large rocks rising from the sea bed. Depth to 36m. When the waters are cool enough Scalloped Hammerheads are usually around.
Tobago Scuba Diving: Reef Currents
Looking to Dive in Tobago, check out this great video on Tobago Reef Currents.
Tobago reef currents are very diverse. There are reefs with no current at all so ideal for those who want to look for the tiny critters. For the more experienced & the thrill seekers there is also the chance of a very fast drift. This all makes Tobago ideal for all levels of divers.
Tobago Scuba Diving: Mt Irvine Wall
Looking to Dive in Tobago, check out this great video on Mt Irvine Wall.
The wall goes to a depth of 14m & is made up of tube sponges, fans, sea rods & feather dusters. Home for juvenile fish, octopus, sea horses & turtles.
Tobago Scuba Diving: M V Tobago Wreck
Looking to Dive in Tobago, check out this great video on the wreck M.V. Tobago.
Started life as the Scarlet Ibis she started service in 1959 as a passenger, car & cargo ferry between Trinidad & Tobago. She was sunk for diving on 7th April 1997. She sits in 30m of water.
Tobago Scuba Diving: Little Tobago & Japanese Gardens
Looking to Dive in Tobago, check out this great video on Little Tobago & Japanese Gardens. Japanese Gardens is just one of the dive sites around Little Tobago.
Beautiful underwater garden made up from vivid brightly coloured corals & sponges. During the dive you will enjoy the thrill of a fast drift through the "Kamakazee Cut". Depth 33m.
Tobago Scuba Diving: East Tobago
Looking to Dive in Tobago, check out this great video on diving on the East Side of Tobago.
How many places in the world can you dive two oceans in the same area? The Caribbean Sea & the Atlantic Ocean come together & the converging currents can sometimes be very fast & strong
Tobago Scuba Diving: Cove Reef
Looking to Dive in Tobago, check out this great video on Cove Reef.
Whilst enjoying the abundance of fish & turtles don't forget to look under the ledges for the nurse sharks. This is also home to one of the best Elk Horn Corals on the island. Depth to 26m.
Tobago Scuba Diving: Coral Gardens
Looking to Dive in Tobago, check out this great video on Coral Gardens.
The memory you will take with you from this dive is the large brain coral. It is 4.5m high & 6m long & is the largest brain coral in the Caribbean. Dive is to a depth of 27M.
Tobago Scuba Diving: Black Jack Hole
Looking to Dive in Tobago, check out this great video on Black Jack Hole.
So much to see with barracuda, groupers, tarpon, turtles, rays, spadefish & horse-eye jacks just to name a few. Depth to 40m.
Tobago Scuba Diving: Flying Reef
Looking to Dive in Tobago, check out this great video on Flying Reef.
Watch for the stingrays at the start of the reef - look carefully in the sand. Giant green moray eels are on a lot of our dives so just look for their heads in the holes in the coral - they are BIG. Not a deep dive with a depth of 14m but such a lot to see. Don't miss the anchor.