Blue Waters Inn

Hotel Overview

One of Tobago's best kept secrets, Blue Waters Inn is tucked away in its own secluded bay amongst 46 acres of lush tropical grounds. Perfectly located in Speyside on the North East coast, this area offers the very best diving in Tobago and is home to the world's largest brain coral.

The resort is nestled in one of the most beautiful bays in Tobago and provides guests with a breath-taking escape from reality, and a chance to experience the beauty of nature. Looking out on an expanse of turquoise water, it is the perfect retreat for divers, couples, and families, and is sure to meet all expectations. There are 38 stylish rooms and bungalows all of which face the ocean, each room has a veranda or balcony, and the bungalows benefit from having a kitchen. Whichever accommodation you choose you will be just steps away from the rolling surf and golden sand, ensuring that you wake each morning to the symphony of nature and fall asleep to the soothing lullaby of waves each night.

Guests can enjoy the iinfinity pool, sun deck and open air jacuzzi with views across Batteaux Bay towards Goat Island and Little Tobago, and there are hammocks fringing the beach for those lazy days. Swimming and snorkelling are a perfect pastime in the sheltered bay, and kayaks are free to hire when you are ready to go exploring.

Blue Waters Dive'n is the onsite PADI 5* IDC facility, with access to some of the best diving in the region, they can guide you beneath the blue horizon to these fascinating dive sites just minutes from their private dock. Escorted excursions into the rainforest can be arranged locally as well as other water sports being available from Blue Waters Inn, and there is a tennis court onsite

Tobago is famous for its varied bird population. You will be able to see many of the 210 species, one of which is the Banana Quit or Sugarbird, as they are called. These little guys are always around and can be seen feeding on the sugar and jam that is put out for them during the day.

Beachfront Room

Blue View Standard Rooms

Facilities

  • Air conditioning
  • En-suite Facilities
  • Beach Towels
  • Bath Towels

The beachfront rooms at Blue Waters Inn offer truly breathtaking views of an expanse of turquoise, azure and cobalt framed by lush greenery. Rooms feature one king or two double beds and are decorated with an elegant simplicity and unmistakable Caribbean charisma.

Beachfront Bungalows

Blue View Bungalows

Facilities

  • Air conditioning
  • Dining Area
  • kitchenette
  • En-suite Facilities
  • Beach Towels
  • Living Area
  • Bath Towels

Located at the most private end of the beach, the bungalows are the ultimate escape at the Blue Waters Inn. Literally steps away from the sand, they are your beach home away from home with everything you need included. Your private porch offers a spectacular view of the glittering waters that the hotel gets its name from and is surrounded by fragrant tropical flowers.

Beachfront Superior Room

Beachfront Superior Room

Facilities

  • Air conditioning
  • Dining Area
  • kitchenette
  • En-suite Facilities
  • Beach Towels
  • Bath Towels

This spacious superior room offers absolute comfort, convenience and understated charm, with a king bed, a bedroom, a kitchenette and a dining area. Your balcony or veranda is the perfect place to drink in the surrounding views and relax to the sounds of the surf just steps away.

Food and Drink

Stays at Blue Waters Inn can be on a bed and breakfast, half board or full board basis. Driftdeck, the resort’s restaurant, offers wonderful indoor and outdoor dining options with spectacular views across the beach out to the ocean. The menu is a mouth-watering mix of local and international cuisine along with a delicious selection of frozen drinks and cocktails. You will find that rum plays a big part on the drinks menu with classics such as Pina Colada, or you may prefer a Night Dive which perfectly combines dark rum, Crème de Cacao and cream. If rum isn’t your tipple then give the Speyside Mudslide a try, or for something special sample their very own tropical version of a Margarita! There is also a small bar and grill next to the pool.

The cuisine of Tobago is indicative of the blends of Amerindian, European, African, Creole, Indian, Chinese and Lebanese gastronomic influences. Tobago’s most famous traditional dish is curried crab and dumplings, which you can find in a few restaurants and at informal outlets. Also, don't forget to try the traditional fish broth.

Flights and Transfers

Direct flights are available from Heathrow and Gatwick and take around 11 hours. If you would like to travel from elsewhere in the UK then please contact us and we can look at alternative flight options for you.

You will be met at the airport by a representative from Blue Waters Inn, your transfer time to the resort usually takes around an hour and 15 minutes.

You do not need a VISA to enter Tobago.

Diving Information

Blue Waters Inn dive centre is a PADI Gold Palm facility conveniently located on the premises of the hotel, catering to all levels of certifications and divers. Dive sites are easily accessible being just two to five minutes by boat from the private dock. You will have two dives a day, returning in between for lunch. Pre-dawn dives and night dives can also be arranged locally.

Tobago is renowned for superb drift diving. Dives range from beginners navigating Angel Reef, to intermediate and advanced drift dives such as Japanese Gardens, London Bridge and Blackjack Hole. There really is something for all levels of diver.

Angel Reef is a great spot to see a variety of corals and marine life, with its quiet current it is also an excellent choice for night dives. There are cleaning stations along the reef where you can watch snappers, groupers and angelfish taking their turn, as the cleaning shrimps do their job. Japanese Gardens is perfect for an adrenaline rush as the current sweeps divers along the reef before they enjoy the ride through Kamikaze Cut before reaching the spectacular garden of colourful soft and hard corals where turtles, mantas, stingrays, snappers and goatfish can often be seen.

London Bridge is a large group of rocks which resemble a bridge that divers can swim through if the current allows. Once through you will see huge blocks of rock rise up around 45 feet from the sandy bottom. Another popular site is Blackjack Hole which is named after the large blackjack fish population that take residence between May and July, the sloping reef has some dramatic shelving coral and stunning sea fans and sponges.

A dive at Kelleston Drain is a must, as this sloping reef drops away it revels the world’s largest brain coral measuring around 10ft by 16ft and comprising of millions of individual coral animals! This site is often visited by manta ray and pelagics.

Pricing Information

Prices start from as little as £1795 per person and include:

Flights
Transfers
7 Nights B&B in a king size share standard room
10 Dives per person

Complimentary equipment hire (when available, must be booked in advance)

10 Night stays, room and board upgrades available, prices on request.