• Location: Scarborough, Tobago
  • Duration: 8 hours (approx.)
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Experience Tobago’s highlights and a Buccoo Reef glass bottom boat trip on this full-day tour. After a panoramic drive around the island's capital of Scarborough, visit Plymouth to see the ‘Mystery Tombstone’ and Fort James. Then, ride a glass bottom boat to Buccoo Reef to view its fish and corals through the underwater windows, and swim and snorkel at Nylon Bay. Entrance fees, plus pickup and drop-off at selected southwest Tobago hotels included.


  • Full-day Tobago highlights and Buccoo Reef glass bottom boat tour
  • Panoramic drive around Scarborough, with stops at 18th-century Fort King George and the Botanical Gardens
  • Visit Plymouth to see the ‘Mystery Tomb’ and ruins of Fort James
  • Ride a glass bottom boat to Buccoo Reef and see the coral and fish through the undersea windows
  • Stop to swim, snorkel, and walk through the waters of Nylon Bay
  • Includes break for lunch (own expense), entrance fees, and use of snorkel gear and life vests
  • Air-conditioned transport with pickup and drop-off at most southwest Tobago hotels included

What You Can Expect

Tobago Buccoo Reef Glass Bottom Boat Cruise and Island Sightseeing Tour

Heading out the Reef

Customer Reviews


3 star rating: Worth doing September 2016

The first half of the tour was better organized, the driver was on time. However the tour should have included more scenes. The second half of the tour had communication problems, we were kept waiting over 2 hours for the boat to pick us up from the dock, despite informing our contact person. In addition, we were not informed of the name of the boat, when asked for the boat name. At no point in time were any Viator signs displayed. More importantly, the Reef was dried up.

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