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Tobago Cays, Grenadines Cruise Port

Surrounded by the beautiful resort islands of Union Island, Mayreau and Canouan, the archipelago of Tobago Cay is a stunningly beautiful collection of five uninhabited islands that have been stunningly preserved by the Grenadines government. Visiting these amazing islands is a breath-taking experience. Coral shelves form crescents in the turquoise expanse of the Tobago Cays lagoon, creating a picture perfect tableau of pure white sand, incredible wave formations, and scattered inlets.

Tobago Cay is not just a tourist attraction, but is a well-run national park that has been amazingly protected by the local government. The islands themselves offer some of the greatest anchor spots in the East Caribbean, featuring a wonderful spectrum of reef colours ranging from brown, blue, gold and turquoise. The diving and snorkelling here is a revelation, an untouched paradise with kilometres of ocean sights to explore. Cruisers visiting the grenadines who have grown tired of the cruise will find this island paradise truly ideal.

Sightseeing in the Tobago Cays

Catholic Rock Bird Sanctuary

This astonishing wildlife spot rests on an atoll at the centre of the archipelago, giving nature lovers an exquisite spot from which to observe the roosting colonies and nesting of countless seabirds as they careen amongst the inlets and islands. Red-footed boobies and frigate birds are just a sample of what this amazing nature spot has to offer. With guided tours upon boats with state of the art binoculars and telescopes available to cruisers, there's no reason not to get up close and personal with the Tobago Cays wildlife.

Purunia Wreck

Tobago Cays coral reefs are an absolute paradise for scuba lovers, featuring a vivid kaleidoscope of colourful patterns and innumerable fish swimming to and fro. But for a unique diving experience, lovers of underwater marvels will be delighted to explore the Purunia Wreck, a 140 foot WW1 British Gunship which was scuttled just off the coast of Mayreau. Travelling with experienced guides, divers can get an incredible look at the interior of this decades old monument to the island's history that is unlike any attraction in the grenadines.

Baradal Turtle Sanctuary

The extent of the wildlife on such a small archipelago as Tobago Cays is truly staggering. In testament to this, as well as being a superb breeding ground for birds, the Cays are also home to an impressive turtle sanctuary. This idyllic location is a protected cove where green and hawksbill turtles forage freely. With just a snorkel, cruisers can get up close and personal with these tranquil creatures for an experience they are unlikely to ever forget.

Shopping in Tobago Cays

Although Tobago Cays is uninhabited, the surrounding resort islands offer plenty of opportunities for divine shopping experiences. L'Atelier Turquoise, on Union Island, is the perfect place to find unique curios, with local artwork and handcrafted jewellery typical of their stock.

Eating Out in Tobago Cays

For authentic Caribbean food with a local twist, head to Righteous Bobs. Don't let the name fool you, this is an eatery with an impressive range of local delicacies, such as mouth-watering crab dishes. The festive atmosphere makes this a vibrant hub for the town's locals and tourist alike, not to mention foodies.

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