TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO DIVING HOLIDAYS

Diving Holidays In Trinidad & Tobago

Located in the southern Caribbean, just off the coast of Venezuela. Diving in Trinidad & Tobago is centered around the countries second island of Tobago. Speyside is amazing for Pelagic as well as Blacktip Sharks and large Tarpon. Tobago offers a variety of coral and fish life like Nurse Sharks and Morays. The multi coloured corals and sponges twisted and sculpted by the currents cover the reef. For every levels, Tobago is the place to dive. The currents vary in strengh from site to site so from  novice to the most experienced, there is an experience to live.

Diving Trinidad And Tobago

Diving in Trinidad & Tobago is centered around the countries second island of Tobago. Speyside is amazing for Pelagic as well as Blacktip Sharks and large Tarpon. Tobago offers a variety of coral and fish life like Nurse Sharks and Morays. The multi coloured corals and sponges twisted and sculpted by the currents cover the reef. For every levels, Tobago is the place to dive and for the less experience diver, or to learn to dive, head to the south west of the island and around Crown Point. The currents vary in strength from site to site so from  novice to the most experienced, there is an experience to live.

Diving Seasons In Trinidad And Tobago

Because of Trinidad’s southerly location, temperatures are equable year-round. Its average daily temperature is 27°C (80°F). Average humidity hovers around 75%. The only real seasons in Trinidad and Tobago are the rainy season (June to November) and the dry season (December to May). The high season is January to March, with a noticeable peak in February when Carnival draws hordes of visitors and the cost of hotel rooms skyrockets. Booking ahead is essential at this time. Accommodations are cheaper and crowds almost nonexistent in the shoulder seasons – October to December and April to June – though you should do a little dance to ¬ingratiate the rain lords. Sitting outside the hurricane belt, the islands generally don’t experience the severe storms like northerly islands.

Things To Do In Tobago

Bird-watching is one of the most popular visitor activities on Tobago. Despite the small size of the island, golfers will be delighted with the golf courses on Tobago. Two championship 18-hole courses are currently in play, and a third 9-hole course planned. Tobago has two excellent horse riding stables. Whether a total beginner or an advanced rider, you are guaranteed to enjoy the experience of trekking through the old plantations, down quiet country lanes or even cantering down a sandy beach.

  • Beginners
  • Advanced
  • Technical Diving
  • Singles
  • Eating Out
  • Nightlife
  • Families
  • Un-spoilt
  • Culture
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Spa
  • Multi-sport

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