Things to See and Do While Staying at Blue Waters Inn

Some visitors plan to spend all their time in the water or trekking the land, but this isn't something that's on everyone's agenda. So, though Blue Waters Inn doesn't have the widest range of recreational opportunities, it may still provide precisely what you're trying to find.

This hotel is so close to the water that their lack of a swimming pool is no big deal for visitors who can go swimming at the beach instead. In truth, even when staying at a property with a pool, most guests are so attracted to the beaches on Tobago that they make little use of the pool during their visit.


With a name like Blue Waters, you can bet that the ocean plays a large part in making the inn a popular one. Guests are allowed use to kayaks, may take advantage of glass bottom boat tours, and even participate in scuba diving courses and excursions.

During a visit to Tobago is the ideal time to enjoy a new recreational experience. There are a number of different options available on the property, so you will be sure to find a watersport to enjoy, regardless of your taste. The bullets below shows the watersports available at Blue Waters Inn:

  • Boating
  • Kayaking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling

Family Activities

You can certainly bring your younger travelers along to Blue Waters Inn, but there aren't very many amenities that are specifically targeted at families. To look instead at properties that offer more amenities specifically for kids, check out .

There is a game room on-site, an enjoyable diversion for guests of all ages.

Entertainment and Nightlife

If you want to add a little spice to your vacation, spend some time near the sparkling lights of a live performance; seeing a show is an easy option since Blue Waters Inn offers live entertainment. Entertainment is typically hosted 1 to 2 days per week. Please keep in mind, the details can vary seasonally. If you want to find out more about the entertainment schedule, call the front desk at (868) 660-4341.

Also, there's one bar on the property — a nice place to enjoy a cocktail before you head out for the night.


Active vacationers visiting Trinidad and Tobago can almost always find some good opportunities to explore the region. You and your party may prefer to set off by yourselves, but you can also book an outing by way of an area guide. Regardless, you will invariably encounter a few interesting surprises along the way. Check out these pages to learn more concerning riding a bike or moped, shopping, diving, sightseeing, snorkeling, fishing, and other activities you might enjoy.


Help us improve! We welcome your corrections and suggestions.