Tobago boasts world-class diving and snorkelling and all the best Tobago dive shops are based within access from Blue Marlin Suite.
Grafton Beach is one of the most popular weddings venues on Tobago. With several of the best restaurants nearby, Blue Marlin offers perfect accommodation for family celebrations.
Tobago is noted for its bird watching opportunities. Visitors are always thrilled by the 200+ bird species endemic to the island.
Tobago's original golf course is just a 5-minute drive from Blue Marlin Suite. The newer PGA championship course, is just a short drive further.
The endangered giant Leatherback Turtles breed on Grafton and adjacent beaches, between March and September. Don't miss the chance to see these spectacular creatures.
Sailing & Snorkelling
Sailing trips along Tobago's beautiful Caribbean coast are a wonderful way to view Tobago's spectacular coastline, and generally include a barbeque lunch on a deserted beach and snorkelling in the crystal clear waters.
Regularly described as the jewel of the Caribbean, Tobago is a beautiful island, just 26 miles long by 8 miles wide. Tobago is very much smaller and more laid back than its larger, busier sister island, Trinidad. The flora and fauna of Tobago very much reflect its close proximity to the coast of South America. Tobago is recognised as a bird-watchers paradise and has the oldest protected rainforest in the western hemisphere.
Located just 11° degrees north of the equator, Tobago has a surprisingly consistent climate throughout the year, with temperatures only varying by a degree or two. The island lies south of the hurricane belt and hasn't suffered major storm damage since 1963.
There are numerous popular visitor activities in Tobago include the following. Our property managers will gladly help you to organise activities:
- Bird Watching
- Turtle Watching
- Scuba Diving & Snorkelling
- Sailing Trips
- Wind Surfing, Kite Surfing, Water Skiing, etc.
- Deep-sea Game Fishing / Coastal Fishing
- Horse Riding
- Rainforest Tours