Together, the islands of Trinidad and Tobago make up a state and as such are an independent member of the British Commonwealth. Located just off the coast of Venezuela, both islands are excellent getaways offering different attractions. While Trinidad pulses with life, the smaller and unspoiled island of Tobago is the place for a restful and relaxing holiday. Most of its appeal lies in the beautiful scenery and the availability of outdoor activities. View more
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Embrace the idyllic tropical beauty of the southern Caribbean Sea during this relaxing, full-day excursion via catamaran.
Caribbean Sea, Buccoo Reef and Nylon Pool
Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately 30-minute drive to your awaiting catamaran. Upon arrival, embark your catamaran by dinghy boat and set sail along the crystal-clear waters of the southern Caribbean Sea en route to the Buccoo Reef, a protected area full of coral reefs, and Nylon Pool, one of Trinidad and Tobago's most visited attractions. The Nylon Pool is a natural, approximately 3.3-foot-deep (about one-metre-deep) crystal-clear swimming pool with a sandy bottom in the middle of the sea, and was created by an offshore sandbar and a still lagoon. This shallow, white-ground coral pool is located off Pigeon Point, Tobago, and near the Buccoo Reef.
Beach and Lagoon Swimming and Snorkeling Stop, and Lunch
Upon arrival at the Nylon Pool, relax and unwind in the soft white sand bordering the thigh-high turquoise waters or float in the still lagoon, with the deep blue ocean on one side and a palm-fringed beach on the other. Back on board the boat, relax and unwind with a refreshing drink, and enjoy a delightful lunch amidst your tropical surrounds. At the conclusion of your visit, disembark the catamaran and commence the approximately 30-minute drive back to the pier.
Please note: This tour involves a minimal amount of walking for approximately 82 yards (about 75 metres), with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the catamaran. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear a swimsuit under a cover-up with beach or water shoes, and bring sun protection, a towel and a change of clothing from the ship. Snorkeling gear is provided. Guests must be at least 21 years old to be served alcoholic beverages. Operation of this tour is subject to weather conditions. Space on this tour is extremely limited; we suggest you book well in advance to avoid disappointment.
Explore the underwater world without getting wet during this scenic glass-bottom boat tour over the living coral reefs of Tobago, then dive in to explore the reef up close and personal.
Begin the tour with a scenic drive to Pigeon Point Heritage Park. Upon arrival, take off your shoes and wade in approximately 2 feet of water to, board a glass-bottom boat and cruise out to Buccoo Reef, one of the most accessible coral reefs in the Caribbean, just a short distance off Pigeon Point and Store Bay beaches.
En route to Buccoo Reef, your captain will pass over the Coral Gardens, pointing out fascinating underwater sea life along the way. Upon arrival, guests wishing to snorkel or swim will have approximately one hour to enjoy the water before cruising to Nylon Pool, a shallow white-sand area within Buccoo Reef with waters said to rejuvenate anyone lucky enough to swim in it. Dubbed by Princess Margaret as 'Nylon Reef' during her honeymoon in 1962, she commented, "It's so crazy-blue, it looks like nylon."
This entire area, a Tobago national treasure, is designated as the country's only marine protected area under the Marine Areas Preservation and Enhancement Act of 1970 once explored by Jacques Cousteau himself.
Following your visit to the Nylon Pool, your captain will set a course back to the landing at Pigeon Point Beach, where you will board your transportation for your return trip back to the pier.
Please note: This tour involves minimal activity for guests that stay on the boat. Guests wishing to snorkel or swim, must be in good physical condition and able to swim in water too deep to stand. A mask and snorkel is provided or you may wish to bring your own. We recommend guests wear lightweight comfortable clothing over their swimsuit, sun protection and bring a towel from the ship. A ramp is used for boarding the boat; Be prepared to get wet boarding the boat.
Tobago Plantations Golf & Country Club, to give it its full title, is an exciting golf course, located on the 750-acre Lowlands Estate. Previously a sugar cane plantation, this estate is being developed into a major tourist resort, incorporating the Magdalena Grand Beach Resort (formerly the Hilton Tobago), luxury villas and condominiums, bungalows and water sports facilities.
The flat terrain of the old plantation has been sensitively planned around the mature trees and landscape features. Designed by a British golf course designer, the trade winds from the adjacent Atlantic Ocean help to give this 7,000 yard course a distinct links feel. Some holes follow the coastline. Others, in stark contrast, weave their way through mature palm trees and mangroves. The artificial lakes and wetlands are rapidly becoming an important and significant habitat and breeding ground for migratory ducks and birds.
Course Statistics: Par 72 course of 7,005 yards. Four Par 5 holes (535-586 yds), ten Par 4's and four Par 3's.
Please note: The cost of this programme includes green fees for 18 holes, Callaway club rentals and a shared cart. Upon completion of your round of play, a taxi will be called by the pro shop for your return to the pier. Roundtrip taxi transfers are included. Proper golf attire is required for this course. For Gentlemen: polo shirts with collars, trousers or tailored shorts (shirts must be tucked in), soft spikes are compulsory, football shirts with collars are not considered appropriate attire. For Ladies: dresses, skirts, slacks, golf shorts and blouses.
Experience Tobago's rainforest-clad interior and one of its prettiest waterfalls, Argyle Falls, during this half-day outing.
Begin your tour with the scenic ride in a coach along the island's dramatic windward road to Roxborough, where a guided tour takes you on a walk through the Roxborough Rain Forest, the oldest protected Rain Forest in the Western Hemisphere.
After a forest walk of approximately 20 minutes, arrive at the Argyle waterfalls- a series of three tiered cascades reaching up to 175 feet (53 metres) high and crashing into crystal clear pools. Some free time here will allow you to take a swim or just take in nature at its best. After about an hour return to your awaiting transport for the return to the ship.
Please note: This tour involves moderate activity and walking over uneven ground and rocks, which may become slippery when wet. Extra caution is advised. Guests wishing to swim should wear a swimsuit under a cover-up and bring a towel from the ship. Guests may wish to wear trekking shoes they do not mind getting wet or soiled. Guests are advised to wear light-weight clothing, sun protection and insect repellent. Extra caution must be exercised by guests wishing to enter the water as the rocks may be slippery. There are no lifeguards on duty and swimming will be at guest's own risk. Binoculars are also recommended for bird-watching. The flow of water at the falls is directly impacted by the seasonal rain received.
Enjoy a half-day tour of the southern highlights of this lovely island and a walk in the forest to observe the indigenous birdlife.
Depart the port and begin the tour along the Claude Noel Highway. After a short drive along this road, turn off onto Shirvon Road, passing several residential areas en route to the first stop at Fort James.
Mysterious Tombstone and Fort James
The fort was destroyed several times and the present one was erected in 1800. Another much quoted attraction is the enigmatic tombstone of Betty Stevens. Its puzzling inscription reads, "She was a mother without knowing it, and a wife, without letting her husband know, except by her kind indulgences to him." This epitaph has baffling people for over 230 years. After making your own guesses as to its' meaning continue on to the main event of your trip, The Tropical Garden and Nature Reserve.
Tropical Garden and Nature Reserve
This piece of paradise centers around a bird feeding house. Watch in wonder as mobs of neon humming-birds flit and flutter around the feeding stations. Woodpeckers, parakeets, jacamars and egrets make their regular appearances too; so keep a close lookout.
Following this walk in the forest, enjoy a refreshing rum or fruit punch before re-boarding your coach for the return to the pier.
Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of activity and walking over uneven ground. Birdwatchers, may wish to bring their binoculars. We suggest guests dress in lightweight tropical attire, flat walking shoes and wear ample sun protection.