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Tobago Buccoo Reef Glass Bottom Boat Tour with Highlights
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Tobago Buccoo Reef Glass Bottom Boat Tour
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This 10-acre coral reef and the tropical fish that inhabit it have long been popular among tourists, but have suffered in recent years from the many visitors.
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Tobago - sister isle of Trinidad is home to a natural wonder of the world. A beautiful underwater garden filled with a variety of corals and beautiful fishes called Buccoo Reef. After viewing this beautiful underwater garden the next thing to do is to visit...More

Thank Suzanne W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Took a glass bottom boat ride to here and the nylon pools. More worth the trip for the nylon pools. As reefs go, this one is average. Not a huge amount of color or life. Also lots of fire coral, which burns your skin if...More

Thank Jenna M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You cannot visit the Nylon Pool without passing through the Buccoo Reef in Tobago Using a glass bottom boat you will be able to see all that the reef has to offer.

Thank Paul M
Reviewed 15 June 2017

There were some pretty nice views of the reef from the glass-bottomed boat, which I paid $100TT for at Store Bay. In Store Bay, look for the kiosk that says "Official Buccoo Reef Boat Tours", as they had far lower prices than the touts on...More

Thank kulthoum
Reviewed 2 April 2017

Visited the reef via Store Bay boat. Go to the actual boat and you will get a better deal. We paid $100TT each (about $15USD) however if booked through the hotel would have been $65USD each (massive difference). Speak to the boat owners on the...More

1  Thank BTCLondon
Reviewed 29 January 2017

A very special wealth of reefs around Tobago ensures that the water does not take over half of Tabago. The reef acts as a barrier to high waves, an incubator for beautiful sea life and a point of interest for those who want to see...More

1  Thank Rashmi D
Reviewed 23 January 2017 via mobile

A worthwhile trip while on a cruise. It's about US$25 one way to get here by taxi. Don't pay more than US$20 per person on a glass bottom boat. We got ripped off by one of the locals due to lack of knowing this. Good...More

1  Thank Swisheavy
Reviewed 2 January 2017

Saw more than I thought we would through the glass bottomed boat. Some people snorkelled but rough sea. Great trip overall

Thank elaine r
Reviewed 25 December 2016

All of the glass bottom boat trips make a stop here for you to snorkel, however, be careful as the currents were quite strong. We used a full face, modern non fogging snorkelling mask that enabled you to breath through you nose and was truly...More

Thank MaltaKid
Reviewed 8 December 2016

I had read that the majority of the reef had died. Upon seeing the reef for myself I was totally heartbroken to see that this was indeed the case. What should have been colourful coral and many varieties of fish turned out to be white...More

3  Thank Jacquie H
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8 June 2017|
Response from MaltaKid | Reviewed this property |
You won't need a car seat on the Cool Runnings boat that my wife and I went on in December. If you want to snorkel then obviously someone will need to stay with your son. The trip that we were on also visited the Nylon Pool... More
29 December 2015|
Response from mrandmrscressy | Reviewed this property |
Hey Frida_Cu! There are tour operators right outside of the park and there are tours that leave from Store Bay. All the tours that I saw seem to have two times. One usually around 9 or 10 am and a second tour around 2pm. The... More