Buccoo Reef one of Tobago's gem

Have you been to Buccoo Reef?


When one visits Tobago one of the activities one must do while on the island is to visit one of our reefs. Tobago has many reefs: Buccoo, Culloden, Speyside just to name a few.  However, the most known reef is the Buccoo Coral Reef.

Buccoo Coral Reef is located off the southwestern coast of Tobago. It consists of five reef flats surrounding Bon Accord Lagoon. Buccoo, noted for its submarine gardens, has long been a popular tourist attraction.

Glass bottom boat tours are available daily at 11am and 2pm, to take you there. Boat Operators and Captains are usually located at Store Bay, Swallows or Pigeon Point beaches ready and waiting to take you.

The tour usually entails visiting the Reef where you will see the different corals and fishes, and a bit of snorkelling is allowed.  Then you are taken to the Nylon pool, an in-sea shallow white ground coral pool. It was named by Princess Margaret in 1962. It is an ideal place for kids to splash and have fun in the middle of the ocean. The next stop is No man’s Land, an uninhabited and exquisite sandy beach lapped by the most kaleidoscopic waters you will ever see. It is located near the Bon Accord Lagoon. No Man’s Land isn’t an island, rather a spit of white coral-sand stretching out in front of the lagoon. The spit is surrounded by clear shallow water and speckled with leafy trees and small forest growth on either side of a long path. The lagoon side of the water, is usually warmer than the Caribbean side.

Hurry! Wait no longer book that ticket now, and come experience what the beautiful island of Tobago has to offer.







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