Tobago Cays Marine Park
Mingle with marine life for the day when you dip below the waters of Saint Vincent & the Grenadines' Tobago Cays Marine Park, a group of five uninhabited islands that is home to one of the most pristine and untouched underwater ecosystems in the Caribbean. A visit to the park can literally be compared to being dropped into an enormous fish tank, where a staggering array of fish species gather in a continual whirl of colors that span the entire spectrum of the rainbow. But it's not all about the fish, Tobago Cays hosts the Purunia Wreck, a WWI British Gunship; Catholic Rock Bird and Baradal Turtle Sanctuaries are protected areas for nesting birds and hawksbill turtles; Petit Tabac is an isolated patch of beach perfect for picnics; and Petit Bateau boasts hiking trails with panoramic views of the Grenadines. The best way to get here is to take a diving/snorkeling tour from one of the nearby inhabited islands of Union Island, Mayreau and Canouan. It's also a very popular stop-over on the cruise ship circuit, and the perfect temptation to jump overboard into a tropical nirvana.
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- Location: Tobago Cays Marine Park, St. Vincent and the Grenadines