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Activities: Scuba diving
Description: These tiny islands off the northern coast of Tobago are an important...
These tiny islands off the northern coast of Tobago are an important breeding area for several bird species and are also known for their spectacular underwater scenery for divers.
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Boobies! Frigates! a rocky preserve

You need to get a boat charter to get out there (find a fisherman named "Dash" in C'ville). Bring sunscreen, expect to get wet on the way, and then expect to be awed by the... read more

5 of 5 starsReviewed October 4, 2014
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Norwalk, CT
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 4, 2014

You need to get a boat charter to get out there (find a fisherman named "Dash" in C'ville). Bring sunscreen, expect to get wet on the way, and then expect to be awed by the rocks, (London Bridge) and the sea birds of the islands (Brown and red footed boobies, magnificent frigates, brown noddys and others.) Gorgeous!

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3 of 5 stars Reviewed January 15, 2014

Off the northern edge of Tobago and the Northernmost point of the island nation, these islands are virtually inaccessible given the rough waters, terrain, and government imposed protection order. Without a special permit, you cannot land there. Still makes for good pictures from the distance though, especially from Flagstaff Hill near Charlotteville.

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