Measuring as much as 1.5 metres across, Southern stingrays gracefully glide in the shallows of many of Tobago’s bays. Not bothered by underwater observers, they will float silently past as you watch from a distance – an aweseome experience! Whilst living all over Tobago they are easily spotted from the sandy shore parallel with Pigeon Point road and in Little Bay, Castara.
Looking for your next dive vacation or perhaps somewhere to vacation and take your padi qualifications? We have awesome dive instructors here on the Caribbean island of Tobago and we can easily put you in touch with some of the best so you can decide who you are happy to dive with. We are lucky Tobago boasts an impressive number of dive sites for such a tiny island, with more than 50 well-established spots.
If diving is not for you then you can enjoy the stringrays and other brightly coloured fish from on top of the water – we have many fantastic snorkel locations too.