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Sunday School

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Sunday School

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Tobago Buccoo Reef Glass Bottom Boat Tour

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Observe marine life amid the coral gardens and sea grasses of Buccoo Reef by glass-bottom boat. Make the most of your excursion along the Tobago coast with a snorkel stop in the crystal-clear waters of Nylon Pool. Snorkel gear and life jackets are provided along with round-trip hotel transport for your convenience.
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Barbara M wrote a review Mar 2020
Springfield, Missouri2,695 contributions308 helpful votes
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And we stayed about a block away! Yes, it was late Yes, it was loud (after the pan band). My husband heard it all night, but didn't wear the ear plugs I brought (his own fault). I had no problem sleeping. Still, we are in our late 60's, but I was NOT going to miss this famous activity. We got there early, so had seats on the 2nd row. So much fun to watch everyone, some dancing, some drinking waaaay too much at the bar, but no problems. Street food is available, but the lines were long, FYI. Not to be missed, for sure. There is a bar across the street called Sunday School. This is not where the weekly event is. It is behind the little shopping area across the street.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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OntarioTraveller48 wrote a review Mar 2020
London, Canada105 contributions69 helpful votes
The party really starts after the steel drum performances. Plan to stay until at least 11 p.m. These people love to dance!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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P McG wrote a review Feb 2020
Cardiff, United Kingdom52 contributions19 helpful votes
Most of our friend in the hotel, as there is little or no entertainment in the Tropikist hotel, were there. Denise (a very helpful lady) the taxi driver took us there, waited for us and took us back to our hotel. The atmosphere was lively and the Steel Band was a real treat, 2 hours 30 minuets good lively Caribbean music the crowd loved it. Even though there was a large crowd of tourists and local’s it was not a struggle to get a drink from the bar and everyone got along great. Once the Steel Band stopped the hard-core Reggae music commenced and everyone seemed to be enjoying dancing to the rhythms. It was very loud and seemed to make my belly vibrate, but we had some good fun and left with Denise before mind night, although it does go on through to the morning.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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gabrieletobago wrote a review Feb 2020
Tobago27 contributions19 helpful votes
It is nice to have some great time dancing and then take a little romantic break from Sunday School seating on the garden patio of La Tartaruga, right across Sunday School, with a nice drink and tasty italian small plates.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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BrianK02 wrote a review Feb 2020
Province of Malaga, Spain85 contributions54 helpful votes
You will have read mixed reviews of this. Basically its one maybe two steel pan bands playing rather bland but pleasant music followed at about 11pm by an oudoor disco. Nice bar with beer etc and a food stall across the street. Those of you that have been to outdoor music events on other caribbean islands will be seriously underwhelmed!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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