Undersea Tobago

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Staying at the only five-star hotel on Tobago has a lot of perks, such as access to an amazing dive shop right on property. Undersea Tobago doesn't only cater to hotel guests though, they are open to anyone looking to expand their horizons and learn about scuba diving with a knowledgeable and friendly staff.

Undersea Tobago

Cost and Offerings

For diving, Undersea Tobago offers you the choice of three different beautiful diving destinations: Mt. Irvine Wall, Flying Reef, and Black Jack Hole. All these spots are filled with colorful and exciting sea-life. Two tank dive trips leave at 9:30 a.m. every day of the week except for Sunday and return at around 1:00 p.m., while single tank takes depart at 2:00 p.m., and snorkeling trips are at 3:00 p.m.

In addition to offering PADI dive courses and private dive charters, you can also turn to Undersea Tobago for snorkeling, sailing, and other charters.

At Undersea Tobago, all dive charters include the weight and tanks within the price. A single afternoon dive is $50, while two morning dives are $90(USD). You'll save by purchasing a six dive package for $250 or a 10 dive package for $380(USD). Snorkeling charters are also available for $20(USD).

PADI courses begin with the SASY course for five- to seven-year-olds is $35 while Bubblemake for eight- to nine-year-olds is $65(USD). Adults can begin their scuba journey with the Discover Scuba diving course for $95, while the Open Water course which includes four dives is $480. The Advanced Open Water course is $385, and the Enriched Nitrox is $250(USD).

What to Expect

Undersea Tobago's dive boats feature a sun shake, tank racks, and fresh drinking water for between six and eight divers at a time.

For more information concerning diving in the Caribbean, including useful suggestions and tips for both experienced divers and newcomers to the sport, read our extensive Caribbean diving article.

Location and Contact Information

Undersea Tobago, within Coco Reef Resort and Spa, can be found in Crown Point, a village on Tobago.

Location: Crown Point, Tobago

Phone: (868) 631-2626

Secondary Phone: (868) 680-4209

Website: http://www.underseatobago.com/

Email: dive@underseatobago.com


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