It's a short trip from the Blue Waters Inn out to Little Tobago, the rep at our hotel had talked about the crossing being quite rough, but it was absolutely fine the day we went. There is some rough walking but it's really not that bad, you just need walking sandals as a minimum, otherwise trainers or walking shoes.
We visited with the wonderful guide Newton George, he used to be warden of the island so really knows it well, and can find so many tropicbirds on the nest as well as a nesting burrow for Audubon's shearwater! We are keen on bird watching but even if you're not - seeing chicks just off the path and the big seabird colony is really worth the visit. Bring water though as Little Tobago is a lot more humid than the Tobago mainland- Newton warned us about this in advance.
We had a good time snorkelling off the glass bottom boat on the way back - thoroughly lovely afternoon!
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