If you are a snorkeler, you’ll love Tobago as its picturesque beach Englishman’s Bay is surrounded by tropical jungles and its waters feature colorful fish, moray eels, octopus between the corals and stingrays at the sea bottom.
Tobago – Meet the Exotic Birds At Argyle Waterfall and the Sea Turtle at Arnos Vale
If you want to see the creme de la creme of Tobago’s snorkeling beaches visit Arnos Vale. The waters are abundant with corals and are growing close to the shore. You’ll love seeing tropical fish, eels, squids, barracudas and most importantly – the gorgeously cute sea turtle.
Also consider Bucco Reef where you can see big staghorn coral colonies with seagrass, red mangrove, brain corals, and elkhorn corals. Sea turtles (Leatherback, Loggerhead, Hawksbill) love to swim around around Bucco Reef.
Fun Facts on Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
No visa is required for this destination for a stay of up to 90 days.
Trinidad and Tobago dollar
115.8 Square Miles
Argyle Waterfall – Beauty and Majesty
Tobago’s highest waterfall at 175 feet is a fantastic display of nature and watching the cascading waters is amazing. Located on the northeast side of Tobago, the falls are just outside Roxborough, on the Scarborough road. It takes about 20 minutes to walk to the waterfall along a nice nature trail. Along the way, you’ll see fanciful butterflies adorn the foliage and of course the bird watching is great.