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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 31 May 2016

This is chock full of beautiful fish and a huge coral reef. There are tons of glass bottom boats that will take you out there.

Thank Peach4001
Reviewed 23 May 2016

I have never had as much fun and seen as much beauty as the beaches and clear water in those in Tobago.

Thank Erica8800
Reviewed 21 May 2016 via mobile

I was so excited about this excursion we booked with our cruise but I wasn't all that impressed. We went out and the sea was clear and beautiful and the views were stunning. The boat itself was fairly old but seemed to be okay. When...More

1  Thank lj9219
Reviewed 27 April 2016

Our glass bottomed boat captains were extremely patient with my minimal-swimming experience. They gave me a life jacket as well as a life ring to balance myself and feel connected to the boat.This eased my fears and feelings of drowning. I watched beautiful fish and...More

1  Thank Jessica T
Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

Everytime I visit Tobago I must go on a tour to Buccoo Reef on the glass bottom boat that allows u to see the corals and beautiful fish. This time we went with Cool Runnings. Snorkeling is available for those who want to do so....More

Thank Candice L
Reviewed 23 April 2016

We went to Pigeon Point on a quiet day (Mondays are the only quiet days) and managed to get a deal on hiring a whole glass bottomed boat to ourselves. A fantastic journey out to the reef seeing the wonderful coral and the myriad of...More

2  Thank Peter S
Reviewed 17 April 2016

Just like a swimming Pool!!! You can come across some turtles, sting rays, snorkelling is amazing. We loved it.

Thank ThiagoBilli
Reviewed 13 April 2016

The glass bottom tour of the Buccoo Reef still stands out and impresses after all these years. There has been some destruction of the coral reef as is expected with so much human traffic but it remains a site to see.

Thank johnchelle
Reviewed 29 March 2016

This is a nice beach, walk by the boat yard and onto the beach. There's soft sand backed by palms. Shallow water and gentle slope. No facilities but town of Buccoo is nearby with eating places and shops. You'll need your own towels as there's...More

Thank tezpil
Reviewed 29 March 2016

Great place to visit! Beautiful reef formation, clean water and nice explanation of guiders. The dive stop is a nice opportunity to feel the nature.

Thank Humberto M
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7 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