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A day at the beach can be so much more than just an umbrella and a pair of sunglasses. Store Bay is, on most days, a hub of activity with plenty to do. Just like the great food and bathing, Store Bay is also a well-known starting point for glass-bottom boat tours to the famous Buccoo Reef, Nylon Pool and No Man's land.

We also host a number of one-off events during the year that are open to the public. They include The After Carnival Cool Down; Scotia Bank's Breast Cancer Awareness Walk and the HIV Annual awareness walk (September); Eastern Credit Union Diabetes Awareness Walk (October); as well as weddings and birthday parties.

Glass-Bottom Boat Tours

Located a few miles north of Store Bay, the Buccoo Reef is home to some of Tobago's most beautiful sea-life. It is one of the more accessible reef systems in the Caribbean which allows for relatively inexpensive tours. Glass-bottom boat excursions leave from Store Bay twice a day and are lead by well-seasoned and knowledgable tour guides who make the experience both fun & educational. Once there, you may choose to observe the reef from inside the boat or the more adventurous can get into the water with snorkel gear to experience the marine life up close and personal. Reef tours include a stop at the Nylon Pool which is one of Tobago's true wonders - a shallow, calm, turquoise expanse in the middle of the ocean just perfect for swimming. And depending on your package, you may get to enjoy a "lime," complete with music, food and drink on the isthmus called No Man's Land.  

The Marine Center

Tobago is one of the premier dive destinations in the Caribbean. Our new Marine Center provides all the training and equipment you will need to enjoy Tobago's marine life to its fullest. Check out the Marine Center and its offerings...

Snorkeling by the rocks

Reef Tours are great but perhaps you would like to stay close to base and still experience Tobago's rich and diverse marine life. The rocks that flank either side of the Bay offer a great snorkeling experience as well. You will however, have to bring your own snorkeling gear.